by Douglas Eboch (@dougeboch) & Ken Aguado (@kaguado) As established members of the entertainment community, we are frequently asked to speak to aspiring filmmakers. And with the success of our book, The Hollywood Pitching Bible, the number of speaking invitations has greatly increased. We are now regularly invited to speak at
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by Angela Bourassa Contrary to popular belief, screenwriting is one of the most complex forms of writing. The task of the screenwriter is to write a script so good that a handful of people will invest real money in it, hundreds of people will dedicate months of their lives to
The one question that budding screenwriters ask more than any other question is, “How do I get an agent?” I’m as guilty as the rest. It’s so easy to get consumed by the goal of landing an agent or a manager, of believing that if you just had someone to represent
The team over at Scriptshadow has written a helpful article about the old Catch-22 of the screenwriting business: you can’t get an agent without having sold something, and you can’t sell anything without an agent. Scriptshadow offers some thoughtful advice on how to get an agent, but I wanted to
Ken Aguado and Doug Eboch, the co-authors of The Hollywood Pitching Bible, have written a great article on the ever-popular topic of how to get an agent. As Ken and Doug shrewdly point out, when fledgling writers ask how to get an agent, what they’re really asking is, “How do