You Got in the Door, Now Don't Blow It
At a Glance
You’ve pitched. You’ve networked. Now what? This panel will share industry tips to make sure you keep and cultivate your relationships in Hollywood. Instead of blowing your shot at the movie business, learn from the painful mistakes of established screenwriters who’ve already made it in the industry. They’ll discuss how to make and cultivate contacts that will move your career forward, what the barriers of entry are and how to avoid them, and how to make sure you’re memorable (in a good way).
Screenwriters, directors and producers will share the advice they received that made the difference in their careers including the best way to prepare to make the most of your pitch and how to keep the momentum going once you’ve broken into the industry.
- Screenwriter Bill Lundy
- Screenwriter Chris Sparling
- Instructor Margaret Oberman
- Instructor Matthew Harrison
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Meet the Instructor: Margaret Oberman
Emmy nominated television writer-producer; WGA member whose credits include Saturday Night Live, Army Wives, and the Eddie Murphy Special. Mrs. Oberman is the co-creator of the BBC series Too Much Sun and has sold numerous pilots to ABC, CBS, HBO, and Nick at Nite. Her screenplays include Troop Beverly Hills and The Man, featuring Samuel L. Jackson
Meet the Instructor: Matthew Harrison
Matt Harrison’s feature film KICKED IN THE HEAD was Executive Produced by Martin Scorsese, released theatrically by Universal and premiered as an official selection at Cannes. His network and cable television directing credits include SEX AND THE CITY for HBO. Matt’s feature film RHYTHM THIEF won a JURY PRIZE at the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL.
Matt recently completed his new comedy MY LITTLE HOLLYWOOD and is now preparing his sixth feature film MENTIROSA. He has served on film festival juries around the world including Gijon International Film Festival, AFI Fest and Slamdance Film Festival.
The production division of Harrison’s company Film Cr...