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Ken Rotcop

Ken Rotcop, the acknowledged Grand Master of Pitching, is the creator and owner of PitchMart— Hollywood’s biggest screenplay pitch event for writers and development executives. His screenwriting workshop was the subject of a feature-length documentary, Talk Fast, which has won various film festival awards. STARZ network produced a two-part series on Ken Rotcop, Pitching Guru

As a screenwriter, Rotcop’s most prestigious production (which he both wrote and produced) was For Us, the Living: The Story of Medger Evers which starred Laurence Fishburne. Among the honors the film received were the Writers Guild Award, the Neil Simon Award, and the NAACP Image Award.

Products by Ken Rotcop

Pitch Me To An Agent! by Devorah Cutler-Rubenstein , Ken Rotcop
Secrets of Animated Movies and TV Shows by Ken Rotcop
I've Written a Great Script... Now What? by Ken Rotcop

Articles by Ken Rotcop

How to Get Your Script Read

Learn how to get your script read and experience success in your writing!

The phone rang.

It was a big shot producer from a major studio. "Hey, Ken, I love what you've done! What a great idea! I'm gonna steal it from you."

Was he talking about on... (read more)

The Toughest Part: Getting Started

"I'm gonna write a screenplay"

"Good!"

"I've got this great idea for a story. I'm really excited"

"Go for it."

"Except, I've got this problem."

"Oh?"

"I stare at my computer and all it does is stare back at me!"

"Have you tried using the keys on the keyboard?"

"I'm being serious. What's the secret for starting a screenplay? ... (read more)