Attitude vs. Gratitude: Strategies for Securing an Agent
Among the many myths about Hollywood, most common is the notion that it’s hard to get an agent to read your script. In fact, it’s easy. It requires no connections. All it takes is a smart query letter. Richard Walter will present the rules for writing the perfect query and will discuss other strategies regarding the acquisition of representation.
- Manufacturer Creative Screenwriting
- Date available: 01/01/2010
- Publication date: 12/31/2004
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Meet the Author: Richard Walter
Richard Walter is a celebrated storytelling guru, movie industry expert, and longtime chairman of UCLA’s legendary graduate program in screenwriting. A screenwriter and published novelist, his latest book, Essentials of Screenwriting, is available July 2010. His previous published works include the novels Escape from Film School and Barry and the Persuasions and screenwriting books The Whole Picture: Strategies for Screenwriting Success in the New Hollywood and Screenwriting: The Art, Craft and Business of Film and Television Writing.