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
by Angela Bourassa Screenwriters in search of representation invariably have the same questions on their minds: What are agents and managers looking for? Is my script strong enough to garner attention? How do I get my script in front of high-level agents in the first place? Fortunately, we had the
Avoid agents if you wish to succeed… the literary parasite is fully recognised as the grossest abuse of modern innovations.
InkTip.com has a new article about writing loglines that get attention. It’s a fascinating read, and I recommend taking a look at the full article here. But if you’re in a rush, here is what a few successful agents told Inktip they’re looking for in a logline.
Michael Ferris, a writer for ScriptMag.com and an industry vet, recently posted this article on writing a query letter that will get your script into the right hands. The article also has a few things to say about who to send your query to and tips on writing a great logline.