The Writer's Guide to Selling: Your Screenplay

The Writer s Guide to Selling Your Screenplay With the average screenplay selling for or every writer knows that movies are where the money is In The Writer s Guide to Selling Your Screenplay veteran screenwriter Cynthia Whitcomb revea

  • Title: The Writer's Guide to Selling: Your Screenplay
  • Author: Cynthia Whitcomb
  • ISBN: 9780871161925
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • With the average screenplay selling for 100,000 or , 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 winWith the average screenplay selling for 100,000 or , 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 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.

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    One thought on “The Writer's Guide to Selling: Your Screenplay

    1. Ann

      After thoroughly enjoying Whitcomb's The Writer's Guide to Writing Your Screenplay: How to Write Great Screenplays for Movies and Television I was very anxious to open up her book on *selling* screenplays! I wasn't quite as impressed with this volume as I was the other, but it was still interesting and useful.Two major things of note:1) This book does discuss breaking into TV more than "Writing" discussed writing for TV. 2) While Whitcomb does discuss getting your work sold, a good portion of th [...]

    2. Brandon Porter

      A bit outdated (the version I read was circa 1988), but clear advice is given on the business of screenwriting.

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