Marketing Your Film and TV Projects: Creating Loglines, One-Sheets & Query Letters for Executives
At a Glance
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
Getting an executive interested in your script is not as simple as having a great script. You must get in the door before you can even dream that an executive will be reading that wonderful script you have written. Loglines, one-sheets, and query letters are essential to piquing and keeping an executive’s interest. Producer and top-rated script consultant, Wendy Kram, will break down each step in the process of creating compelling loglines, one-sheets, and query letters that will leave execs asking for more. She will give you examples of projects that sold based on these essential elements and break down these examples to show you exactly why they where so successful.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
Crafting an intriguing logline How to appropriately use a one-sheet The key to writing a query letter that impresses executives How to showcase your personal skills while marketing your project The answer to the sticky question, is it OK to use movie comparisons?
- Date available: 01/03/2014
- Publication date: 01/03/2014
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Meet the Author: Wendy Kram
Wendy Kram is a producer and the owner of L.A. FOR HIRE, a consulting company for screenwriters, filmmakers and production companies, assisting them in developing, packaging and selling their projects. Creative Screenwriting Magazine ranks Wendy as one of the top 3 consultants in the industry with expertise in marketing. Under her guidance, she has been responsible for selling and producing projects and securing high six-figure deals for her clients. For more information about Wendy’s services, success stories and how she may be able to help you advance your projects and careers, please visit www.la4hire.com or contact email@example.com