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Very thorough, great for someone new to the game, but also veteran writers will find fresh inspiration as well.
Most writers are not that great at presentations, and this book teaches you how to lay out the idea simply and clearly in a way that will sell it.
I highly recommend this for anyone looking to enter the film business; however, reading the book once won't be enough to master the material.
Well, I had really hope this would be a great resource for information, but found it to offer more generalities than specifics. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Belinda B.
I wish I'd had this book 35 years ago when I started out as a screenwriter in L.A. My pitching was terrible at first, but I ended up writing 50 scripts, of which 25 got made. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bill Phillips
Ken Aguado and Doug Eboch are guys who walk the walk and here they talk the talk. They know as well as anyone how to navigate the trickiest waters on the continent: Hollywood's... Read morePublished 9 months ago by John Badham
Great this was very helpful, entertaining and enjoyable to read. If you are looking for knowledgeable help this is the book to read.Published 10 months ago by sf
This book has some great tips for any new filmmakers. I resources I would recommend to anyone learning the craft.Published 12 months ago by Michael Wotherspoon