5 Tips to Remember When Pitching

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) When your story is finally written and the final FADE TO BLACK has been executed, you need to be ready to pitch your story to someone that is not legally obligated to tell you they like it. It can be a shock to the system when the script that your mother claimed... Continue Reading →

4 Different Approaches to Pitching

by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) Most writers don’t enjoy the luxury of having top talent attached to their project when pitching. We have to rely on other strengths. While there is certain content that every pitch should have, discussed in other articles on this site, writers still must choose where to lean in when pitching. Where you... Continue Reading →

The 5 Most Common Pitching Mistakes

by Douglas Eboch (@dougeboch) & Ken Aguado (@kaguado) For people who work in the Hollywood creative community, pitching projects is an unavoidable part of the job. Whether you’re a writer, director, producer, studio executive, agent or manager, you will be called upon to describe and sell various projects on a regular basis. We've spent a... Continue Reading →

10 Tips for Taking a Hollywood Meeting

  by Ken Aguado (@kaguado) & Douglas Eboch (@dougeboch) Taking a meeting in Hollywood can be intimidating, especially if you are new to the business. Like any business, Hollywood has it’s own customs and rituals when it comes to meetings. Here are ten tips to find success in the all-important art of the meeting. 1.... Continue Reading →

7 Steps to a Perfect Pitch

by Ken Aguado (@kaguado) & Douglas Eboch (@dougeboch) “Art is making something out of nothing and selling it.” – Frank Zappa If you want to live and work in the Hollywood creative community, pitching is a fact of life. At the very least you need to come up with a good answer when someone asks... Continue Reading →

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