Most questions I receive from screenwriters are about how and where to pitch. In fairness, their scripts are rarely ready for pitching. But for those few who have honed the story and perfected the screenplay, here are some great tips.
Michael Wiese goes through a number of practical tips and tricks for the pitching situation.
This one is not about structuring your logline or finding antecedents to your project; it’s more about creating the right atmosphere and establishing a connection with the person you pitch to.
(with thanks to Louise Tan)
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Karel Segers wrote his first produced screenplay at age 17. Today he is a story analyst with experience in acquisition, development and production. He has trained students worldwide, and worked with half a dozen Academy Award nominees. Karel speaks more European languages than you have fingers on your left hand, which he is still trying to find a use for in his hometown of Sydney, Australia. The languages, not the fingers.