September 13, 2020

Want to get your screenplay in front of managers and agents? Do this!

If there’s one answer that every new screenwriter wants to know it’s how they can get their work in front of reps who can help them move the needle on their career. I can’t think of another question (outside of how one can legally protect a screenplay) I get asked more often.

During my latest video AMA on Stage 32, I decided to take the question head on. Here’s my take on common mistakes writers make when attempting to engage reps, how to correct them, how to give yourself a competitive advantage over other screenwriters with the same goal, how writers must embrace (and enjoy) the long game, and much more.

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