Learning how to pitch a script can be very nerve-wracking for many writers. It takes confidence and charm, but there’s also a strategy that can be learned.

In our latest video, we’ve created a step-by-step guide on how to pitch a movie idea and sell your script with style.

Here’s what’s coming up:
• Types of film pitches (elevator vs. extended).
• What happens in a pitch meeting (general vs. specific).
• How to write a pitch for a movie (do’s and don’ts).
• How to sell a movie idea (hint: prepare and practice!).
• Following up on film pitch / meeting.
• Real-life screenplay pitch examples.

Over to You:
• Ask yourself: is my screenplay “ready” to be pitched?
• Remember: it’s a two-way conversation, not a speech!
• How many film pitches have you given? How did they go?
• Rejection is a part of the process. Stay inspired and keep writing.
• What do you think of our methods outlined in this video?

Let us know in the comments section below the video.
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