With the average screenplay selling for $100, 000 or more, every writer knows that movies are where the money is. In The Writer's Guide to Selling Your Screenplay, veteran screenwriter Cynthia Whitcomb reveals everything today's aspiring screenwriter needs to know about selling a movie script to Hollywood, cable TV, or network television. Readers will find proven, award-winning strategies for getting the right people to look at your work, marketing a spec script, making a splash at pitch meetings, and much more. Plus, they'll discover what today's top agents and producers look for in a script, the types of deals you can expect to make, as well as an appendix of agents who specialize in handling scriptwriters.It was a tight, tight schedule. With The Rookie it was a little more relaxed and we had plenty time. It was great to watch ... A Lexus SC430 convertible. So far Ia#39;ve never been replaced on a screenplay. Ia#39;ve A True Screenwriting Cinderella Story anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Writer's Guide to Selling Your Screenplay|
|Publisher||:||Writer - 2002|