How to Manage Your Agent: A Writer's Guide to Hollywood Representation
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Have you written the script for the next box office-blockbuster or hit TV show and just need the right agent to sell it? Not sure whether to accept an if-come deal or a script commitment? Debating which manager is the right choice to steer your career? Well, worry no more...
How to Manage Your Agent "is" "a fun, friendly guide to the world of literary representation. Enter the inner sanctums of Hollywood s power-brokers and learn how they influence what pitches get bought, what projects get sold, and which writers get hired.
Find tips from top-level executives, agents, managers, producers, and writers to help you maximize your own representation and kick your career into overdrive! You ll learn:
- How agents prioritize their client list... and ways to guarantee you re at the top
- When to approach new representation... and what you need to capture their interest
- Hollywood s secret buying schedule... and how to ensure you re on it
- The truth about packaging... where it helps and when it hurts
- Which agents are best for you... and where to find them
- Advice on acing your first agent meeting... and why so many writers blow it
- Managers tricks for creating buzz... and when to use them yourself
- How to fire your agent... without killing your career
- When you "don t" need representation... and how to succeed without it
The value of good representation is undeniable especially in a world where agents and managers control which projects (and careers) live or die. "How to Manage Your Agent" puts you on the inside track to get your work the attention it deserves!
- Date available: 12/13/2013
- Publication date: 11/25/2013
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Meet the Author: Chad Gervich
Chad Gervich has worked as a TV writer, producer, and executive. He’s written, developed, and produced shows for the Littlefield Company, Fox Television Studios, Paramount Television, NBC, Warner Bros., ABC, Fox Reality Channel, E! Entertainment Television, and 20th Century Fox.