" Her DVD, "The Insider's Guide To Film Financing" is distributed by The Writer's Store and Amazon. June 2 and 3rd - TWO DAY INTENSIVE WITH CATERED DINNER for writers, actors and novelists!ON "WHY YOU ARE NOT READY TO SUBMIT YOUR SCRIPT" Get inside the mind of a studio exec/producer/financier and find out what you need to do to be ready for the "Big Show." I love this organization that supports writers around the world and offers so many empowering (and free) events! at THE OPEN SPACE ON MELROSE in West Hollywood DATING YOUR CHARACTER, TECHNIQUES FOR CREATING, CRAFTING, PITCHING AND SELLING CHARACTERS THAT SELL This two-day intensive will be a hands-on course writer and actors will gain career-changing advice and feedback on their scripts, careers, rewriting and honing creative choices, practice pitching on the spot and getting feedback from a producer/manager, producer/writer/script broker and a VP of Development.A confidence boosting partnership will help you work on your pitch, your script and "you".
and learning what will grab a potential buyers interest, specifically, about your story.
Veteran Studio Exec from Columbia Pictures, Twentieth-Century Fox and Marble Arch Productions, Exec Producer and Award-winning writer/director, WGAw member Devorah Cutler-Rubenstein is dubbed by HOLLYWOOD & VINE Magazine to be the premier pitching coach, dedicated to helping writers discover, understand and promote what they have to sell.
As CEO of The Script Broker (r), she'll even put her contacts on the line if she believes you are ready and loves your project.
well, it's Los Angeles and the city, like its people, cannot make up its mind. This Friday I will be co-hosting a pitching seminar on the way to Ink Tip's popular event. One attendee told us "I've been to a lot of seminars, but this one truly changed my life.
Despite days of heat alternating with days of rain, new buds are forming on trees. Consider the photo of this smart black bird taking a ride on the back of an eagle. Slowing down and looking around you - six, maybe two, degrees of separation - for those people you know or who are in your community that can offer you opportunities. And, check out our annual free seminar sponsored by USC: "DATING YOUR CHARACTER." THE FOUR-HOUR SEMINAR IS FREE; WE CAN SEAT 200. There is nothing out there like it." MARCH 30-31ST INKTIP'S PITCHING SUMMIT IN LOS ANGELES The Summit is this Saturday.
A lovely metaphor for those of us reaching for the writing heights. Do we access those more experienced, more connected with wind in their wings, to help us get to where we want to go? Get involved somewhere where good work is being done. perhaps, sign up for a poetry slam or spoken word, like the one being co-hosted by Casa0101.org, April 6th, [email protected] There are many contests, pitching summits out there, and a flurry of season's end of the TV pilot and MOW pitching going on. It'd be great to see you there, but time is running short. Devorah will be doing a ninety-minute seminar entitled: PITCH YOUR HEART OUT AND MAKE A SALE!In this interactive pitching seminar, writers of all ages, genres and skill levels will get a chance to work on, practice and perfect their stories for their pitching moment in the sun!Bottom line, participants in INKTIP SUMMIT'S SEMINAR will experience a high velocity, fully packed 90 minute seminar, will come away more confident, with less stage fright and poised to make a sale. Cutler-Rubenstein is committed to coaching writers, actors and directors on how to be on alert for opportunities that show up in the pitching context.Many writers don't really know what it is about them or their work that is so fascinating; therefore we shall explore concepts of branding and competitive edge to snag the opportunity.Techniques include, practice pitching, improvisation, writing and public speaking exercises.Devorah Cutler-Rubenstein was a exec at three studios, now is an adjunct Professor at USC Summer Program for Cinema Studies, and is author of WHAT'S THE BIG IDEA? She is currently co-authoring a book entitled "DATING YOUR CHARACTER: Eight Secrets To Screenplays that Sell!