Learning how to pitch a script can be very nerve-wracking for many writers. It takes confidence and charm, but thereвЂ™s also a strategy that can be learned.
In our latest video, weвЂ™ve created a step-by-step guide on how to pitch a movie idea and sell your script with style.
HereвЂ™s whatвЂ™s coming up:
вЂў Types of film pitches (elevator vs. extended).
вЂў What happens in a pitch meeting (general vs. specific).
вЂў How to write a pitch for a movie (doвЂ™s and donвЂ™ts).
вЂў How to sell a movie idea (hint: prepare and practice!).
вЂў Following up on film pitch / meeting.
вЂў Real-life screenplay pitch examples.
Over to You:
вЂў Ask yourself: is my screenplay вЂњreadyвЂќ to be pitched?
вЂў Remember: itвЂ™s a two-way conversation, not a speech!
вЂў How many film pitches have you given? How did they go?
вЂў Rejection is a part of the process. Stay inspired and keep writing.
вЂў 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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