How To Sell Your Script

Let’s say you write a killer screenplay or create a brilliant pilot for a TV show. What’s next? Where do you go—agents, managers, producers, wealthy friends? Do you work the phone or send a well-crafted email? How the heck do you sell a script? And, perhaps more importantly: how do you forge a career in this business?

Here you will learn how to navigate the ins-and-outs of the movie and TV industry and you’ll write (and refine) the all-important pitch for your script. All under the guidance of a film and TV producer.

You won’t be told it’s impossible, or that it’s easy. You will, however, gain a realistic understanding of how the process works and how you can maximize your chances for success.

The instructor had real-world experience in the actual buying and developing of a screenplay.
Joseph Dixon

How To Sell Your Script | Level I

One-day Intensive

NYC info, tuition: $125
Registration fee $25, paid once per term

One-on-One tuition: $635 Request consultation

The NYC One-day Intensives are seven-hour crash courses, giving you brief lectures that hit the high-points and writing exercises that let you immediately try your hand at what you’ve learned. Arrive in the morning with a desire to learn; leave in the evening as a more knowledgeable writer.

Intensives are open for writers of any level. Students must be 18 years or older.

Students may reschedule a One-day Intensive one time.

How to Sell Your Script topics include: pitching your project, understanding the industry food chain, researching whom to target, learning how and when to approach prospects.

 Nov 19
Sat, 11 am–6 pm
555 8th Ave.