Almost every survey known to mankind will show that public speaking is the #1 greatest fear most people have.

Public speaking doesn’t only mean standing on a stage in front of 20,000 people. It also means sitting in front of one other person who mean a heck of a lot to you.

Think of the scenario.

You’re in the room with a potential investor.

They're looking at you with an intensity that scares the color out of your clothing.

You’re the one that needs to do all the speaking.

You’re not safely by yourself in a closet or in front of your bathroom mirror.

You’re out in a public place having a conversation.

That’s PUBLIC

And that’s SPEAKING.

Together they equal one of the world’s greatest fears.

Some people are naturals.

I know a few of them… and they irritate me to death. Only because I’m so jealous.

So you sit in that meeting and all your brain can focus on is how you suck at doing this.

How you’re saying the wrong thing.

How they don’t seem to be reacting.

Which only causes you to stutter and stumble on your words even more.

It finally gets to the point that all you want to do is get out of there. Back to the safety of Final Draft software with your headphones on, listening to Anderson East “King for a Day” to escape the real world.

What You Need:

An understanding of some tips and tricks that take the pressure off what you’re saying… that help you understand how to have confidence and a backup plan that keeps things going in the right direction.

Almost every survey known to mankind will show that public speaking is the #1 greatest fear most people have.

Public speaking doesn’t only mean standing on a stage in front of 20,000 people. It also means sitting in front of one other person who mean a heck of a lot to you.

Think of the scenario.

You’re in the room with a potential investor.

They're looking at you with an intensity that scares the color out of your clothing.

You’re the one that needs to do all the speaking.

You’re not safely by yourself in a closet or in front of your bathroom mirror.

You’re out in a public place having a conversation.

That’s PUBLIC

And that’s SPEAKING.

Together they equal one of the world’s greatest fears.

Some people are naturals.

I know a few of them… and they irritate me to death. Only because I’m so jealous.

So you sit in that meeting and all your brain can focus on is how you suck at doing this.

How you’re saying the wrong thing.

How they don’t seem to be reacting.

Which only causes you to stutter and stumble on your words even more.

It finally gets to the point that all you want to do is get out of there. Back to the safety of Final Draft software with your headphones on, listening to Anderson East “King for a Day” to escape the real world.

What You Need:

An understanding of some tips and tricks that take the pressure off what you’re saying… that help you understand how to have confidence and a backup plan that keeps things going in the right direction.

Copyright 2017 Global Media Fusion, Inc.

Copyright 2017 Global Media Fusion, Inc.

 LEARN TO CONQUER THE PROCESS AND 

BE ACKNOWLEDGED

 LEARN TO CONQUER THE PROCESS AND 

BE ACKNOWLEDGED

That’s the promise I’m offering with this training.

I’m sure you’ll agree that having more control over the process of getting out there and pitching your project is a surefire way to prevent being stuck in a rut. 

Of not knowing which way to turn or how to proceed with certain people or what to do next.

I give you enough information and direction that you’ll know precisely what you need to do next. 

Precisely how you can respond to questions or hesitations or objections. 

Precisely how you can hold your head high and walk away if you realize a path isn’t the best one for you.

That’s the promise I’m offering with this training.

I’m sure you’ll agree that having more control over the process of getting out there and pitching your project is a surefire way to prevent being stuck in a rut. 

Of not knowing which way to turn or how to proceed with certain people or what to do next.

I give you enough information and direction that you’ll know precisely what you need to do next. 

Precisely how you can respond to questions or hesitations or objections. 

Precisely how you can hold your head high and walk away if you realize a path isn’t the best one for you.

What’s the biggest difference between writers who get produced/distributed and those who sit at home collecting dust on their work?

What’s the biggest difference between writers who get produced/distributed and those who sit at home collecting dust on their work?

Important question for writers who, despite completing their screenplay, still haven’t been able to get it funded or produced.

Important question for writers who, despite completing their screenplay, still haven’t been able to get it funded or produced.

We are not financiers or line producers or people that will just ‘yes’ you to death with false promises.

I’m known for being direct… brutally so sometimes… although I do my best to be somewhat kind when the news is not good.

Sometimes, that comes from my time at PepsiCo where I ran Worldwide Advertising and Consumer Communications focused on the Frito-Lay brands.

My passion for entertainment allowed me to take charge of the company’s product placement decisions for many years. I had Hollywood pitching to me on a regular basis and I learned hard and fast how things work. 

Yes, PepsiCo is full of very cool brands with music, fun events and – of course – amazing advertising (if I must say so myself!). But the company behind all that social fun is VERY structured and disciplined. It’s where I learned how to ride a bike with no training wheels, so to speak.

More importantly, it’s where I learned to make shit happen. You aren’t ‘allowed’ to stay there for a decade if you don’t.

Right now, I’m working on shows that are on Discovery, A&E, OWN and a slew of other networks. We’re able to pick up the phone at any time and speak to the top programming decision makers at most of the top TV networks in the world. Why? They know we won’t waste their time. We bring quality programs and I present the details in the way they want to see it… and that, my new friends, is with one-sheets and decks.

So, if you’ll allow me to do it, this is where I’ll use my background with all the firsthand entertainment industry experience of the past 3 decades to show you how to work the system to your advantage…

We are not financiers or line producers or people that will just ‘yes’ you to death with false promises.

I’m known for being direct… brutally so sometimes… although I do my best to be somewhat kind when the news is not good.

Sometimes, that comes from my time at PepsiCo where I ran Worldwide Advertising and Consumer Communications focused on the Frito-Lay brands.

My passion for entertainment allowed me to take charge of the company’s product placement decisions for many years. I had Hollywood pitching to me on a regular basis and I learned hard and fast how things work. 

Yes, PepsiCo is full of very cool brands with music, fun events and – of course – amazing advertising (if I must say so myself!). But the company behind all that social fun is VERY structured and disciplined. It’s where I learned how to ride a bike with no training wheels, so to speak.

More importantly, it’s where I learned to make shit happen. You aren’t ‘allowed’ to stay there for a decade if you don’t.

Right now, I’m working on shows that are on Discovery, A&E, OWN and a slew of other networks. We’re able to pick up the phone at any time and speak to the top programming decision makers at most of the top TV networks in the world. Why? They know we won’t waste their time. We bring quality programs and I present the details in the way they want to see it… and that, my new friends, is with one-sheets and decks.

So, if you’ll allow me to do it, this is where I’ll use my background with all the firsthand entertainment industry experience of the past 3 decades to show you how to work the system to your advantage…

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions your fellow writers, actors and producers generally ask about this training might help you…

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions your fellow writers, actors and producers generally ask about this training might help you…

Q:   I find this interesting but isn’t a one-sheet a waste of time and not necessary?

A: We get it.

Shouldn’t your work speak for itself? Why would you need a one-sheet or any leave behind. You’ve heard people say no one looks at them. Shouldn’t your script be given or sent instead?

Here’s the thing.

While writing the script takes dedication, blood, sweat and tears, it’s only the first part of a very long process. This project will ultimately have hundreds of people involved in it and many times, millions of dollars.

In a very saturated market (there are approximately 500,000 scripts floating around Hollywood any any one time), certain tools become mandatory. The “one-sheet” or pitch deck is the SINGLE UNIVERSAL TOOL used to help kick off the process and the approvals. I cannot think of a single instance when we – personally – have not used a one-sheet for a project. It’s a little bit like the padding on the heel of a woman’s shoe (sorry guys, just roll with me on this analogy). You may not be looking for it but if it isn’t there, it’s all you see or hear (that annoying lopsided clicking noise that occurs).

On our end, we help you understand why and how it helps you get ahead of those thousands of other people battling for attention.

Q: I’ve been holding off on getting too enmeshed in the pitching process because I’m worried it will be another rabbit hole I get sucked into… costing me tons of money and wasted time. Is this worth my effort?

A: Maybe. Maybe not.

What’s the cost of having your project sit lifelessly on your computer with no one else ever seeing it? Isn’t that more of a waste of your efforts?

I have to admit that there are only a few people in this world that actually love the process of pitching. I think it must be a genetic thing… I know a few of those people… they just LOVE having someone say ‘no’ to them because it ignites a drive and motivation to make them turn around and say ‘yes’. 

Not me.

I’ve had to learn pitching skills the hard way… by falling on my face a lot, wiping egg off my face and learning to like the bumps and bruises I got when I collapsed from the sheer and utter humiliation of saying something really stupid.

Thankfully I got past those days many decades ago… but I’d be lying if I didn’t tell you that sometimes I still get a little anxious when I’m about to go into a really important pitch meeting. It’s just the nature of life. But when I know I’m more prepared and have done the right research and planning, I’m confident I have a solid fall back plan in case my mouth gets a serious case of ‘eating shoes’ on that day!

It’s NEVER a waste of time to learn about the pitching process. NEVER. Because it comes into play in EVERY.SINGLE.ASPECT. of your life. Not just about the film or tv show project in the forefront of your brain right now. The reality is that we ‘pitch’ every day in our lives. 

Learning how to do it correctly and efficiently will never be a waste of your time.

Q: I’ve read tons of books and taken several courses and a one-sheet is only mentioned in passing. Why are you focusing so much on it?

A: We’ve probably read many of the same books or have taken some of those courses and have nothing against what they teach.

But we focus on training what happens in real life scenarios, the ones we deal with daily… for decades.

This is one of the things that we lead with on all of our own pitches. It’s something we ask of producers and writers whenever they want us to look at their project or work.

We work with top network executives every day. The first thing they ask for when we mention a project is “can you send me the one-sheet?”. Remember… they have to pitch it internally also… as does a producer or studio executive… and you don’t want to rely on them creating the materials if you can help it. 

It says a lot about you to have done the work for them. You’re professional. You’re helpful and you’re serious about making sure everyone gets the right message about your work.

It’s something that’s taken for granted because everyone inside the business just knows they need to create them.

Most people writing books or offering courses on the writing process won’t go into the one-sheet creation because they are in the business of the ‘writing’ end of things and there is an ENORMOUS amount of work entailed in that… as you may well know already. 

Our focus is on what you do AFTER the project is ready to hit the streets. We focus on the pitch… and that’s it. Why? Because that’s what makes or breaks you in the end. The one-sheet is such a foundational piece of the pitch process that we wanted to start with that as the output. However, you learn a heck of a lot more than just the one-sheet in this training.

You can’t create an effective one-sheet without knowing about the pitch process itself and the people involved in it.

Q:   I’m not a graphic artist. Are you sure I can learn this?

A: Yes.

Emphatically yes.

The skills you need to create a one-sheet or pitch deck are LEARNABLE. We’re not trying to teach you to be the next Rembrandt … or even Banksy! You’ve learned a lot of skills already about writing or producing a project to get you to where you are now.

No one expects you to be born knowing how to format a screenplay or script. 

The same goes with creating a one-sheet.

No matter how much self-doubt or slight discomfort you may feel during a ‘design’ process, I’m completely convinced you can absolutely do this.

I created the process in a manner that makes it easy for you. In fact, by the end of the training, you’ll look back and won’t believe you didn’t do this earlier.

Q:  The price seems high. Why is that?

A: Actually, it’s not.

I chose to keep it as low as possible in this first run so it’s accessible to as many people as possible. Someone hiring me and/or us to consult and help them with the pitching process costs thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars. And that’s just for a single day or portion of a day. 

The process I’m sharing with you is the same process I use myself. In fact, it’s the process used to create pitch documents for 6 tv shows that just got cleared for airing later this year.

You’re getting the inside tips and insights that has taken decades to learn and hone. The training isn’t just about the process of pulling elements together for a single document. 

It’s about the entire pitch process.

The mindset of different people you’ll be pursuing and the strategic AND tactical way you’ll want to approach pitching.

The reality is that I’ll be raising the price of this training over time so it’s at the lowest it will ever be right now. 

Today is the time to grab it before it goes up.

Q: Does this training guarantee that I'll get a deal?

A: No, unfortunately not. 

That would take a crystal ball. 

What it CAN do though, is help you understand how to approach people, how to create a one-sheet that addresses just what they want and how to make yourself a LOT more confident and comfortable in the pitching process.

Q:  Can I get my money back if I don't like it?

A: You're given a 30-day refund policy but IT IS CONDITIONAL. 

You're able to receive a refund if you ONLY unlock and view the first THREE 3 Modules.  

You must also show that you've completed all the worksheets for each of those modules in order to qualify. 

Once you UNLOCK Module 4, the refund is no longer available under any circumstances. So don't make a mistake and unlock that module and then say it was a mistake!! Please read more details above in the guarantee section.

Remember, this is a course you'll go back to over and over again, even when you get to advanced stages of pitching. 

Yes, there's THAT much info inside!

Q: Can you remind me what I’m getting today?

A:  Sure. Here’s the full list:

·      The full six module Pitch On A Page training sessions 

·      All the worksheets, cheatsheets, resource guides and tips for each module

·      Downloadable audio versions of the lessons

·      Permission to join our private community with lifetime access

·      Access to me and to Robert on Fridays (if not other days also) inside that community

·      The 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting training and PDF download

Q:   I find this interesting but isn’t a one-sheet a waste of time and not necessary?

A: We get it.

Shouldn’t your work speak for itself? Why would you need a one-sheet or any leave behind. You’ve heard people say no one looks at them. Shouldn’t your script be given or sent instead?

Here’s the thing.

While writing the script takes dedication, blood, sweat and tears, it’s only the first part of a very long process. This project will ultimately have hundreds of people involved in it and many times, millions of dollars.

In a very saturated market (there are approximately 500,000 scripts floating around Hollywood any any one time), certain tools become mandatory. The “one-sheet” or pitch deck is the SINGLE UNIVERSAL TOOL used to help kick off the process and the approvals. I cannot think of a single instance when we – personally – have not used a one-sheet for a project. It’s a little bit like the padding on the heel of a woman’s shoe (sorry guys, just roll with me on this analogy). You may not be looking for it but if it isn’t there, it’s all you see or hear (that annoying lopsided clicking noise that occurs).

On our end, we help you understand why and how it helps you get ahead of those thousands of other people battling for attention.

Q: I’ve been holding off on getting too enmeshed in the pitching process because I’m worried it will be another rabbit hole I get sucked into… costing me tons of money and wasted time. Is this worth my effort?

A: Maybe. Maybe not.

What’s the cost of having your project sit lifelessly on your computer with no one else ever seeing it? Isn’t that more of a waste of your efforts?

I have to admit that there are only a few people in this world that actually love the process of pitching. I think it must be a genetic thing… I know a few of those people… they just LOVE having someone say ‘no’ to them because it ignites a drive and motivation to make them turn around and say ‘yes’. 

Not me.

I’ve had to learn pitching skills the hard way… by falling on my face a lot, wiping egg off my face and learning to like the bumps and bruises I got when I collapsed from the sheer and utter humiliation of saying something really stupid.

Thankfully I got past those days many decades ago… but I’d be lying if I didn’t tell you that sometimes I still get a little anxious when I’m about to go into a really important pitch meeting. It’s just the nature of life. But when I know I’m more prepared and have done the right research and planning, I’m confident I have a solid fall back plan in case my mouth gets a serious case of ‘eating shoes’ on that day!

It’s NEVER a waste of time to learn about the pitching process. NEVER. Because it comes into play in EVERY.SINGLE.ASPECT. of your life. Not just about the film or tv show project in the forefront of your brain right now. The reality is that we ‘pitch’ every day in our lives. 

Learning how to do it correctly and efficiently will never be a waste of your time.

Q: I’ve read tons of books and taken several courses and a one-sheet is only mentioned in passing. Why are you focusing so much on it?

A: We’ve probably read many of the same books or have taken some of those courses and have nothing against what they teach.

But we focus on training what happens in real life scenarios, the ones we deal with daily… for decades.

This is one of the things that we lead with on all of our own pitches. It’s something we ask of producers and writers whenever they want us to look at their project or work.

We work with top network executives every day. The first thing they ask for when we mention a project is “can you send me the one-sheet?”. Remember… they have to pitch it internally also… as does a producer or studio executive… and you don’t want to rely on them creating the materials if you can help it. 

It says a lot about you to have done the work for them. You’re professional. You’re helpful and you’re serious about making sure everyone gets the right message about your work.

It’s something that’s taken for granted because everyone inside the business just knows they need to create them.

Most people writing books or offering courses on the writing process won’t go into the one-sheet creation because they are in the business of the ‘writing’ end of things and there is an ENORMOUS amount of work entailed in that… as you may well know already. 

Our focus is on what you do AFTER the project is ready to hit the streets. We focus on the pitch… and that’s it. Why? Because that’s what makes or breaks you in the end. The one-sheet is such a foundational piece of the pitch process that we wanted to start with that as the output. However, you learn a heck of a lot more than just the one-sheet in this training.

You can’t create an effective one-sheet without knowing about the pitch process itself and the people involved in it.

Q:   I’m not a graphic artist. Are you sure I can learn this?

A: Yes.

Emphatically yes.

The skills you need to create a one-sheet or pitch deck are LEARNABLE. We’re not trying to teach you to be the next Rembrandt … or even Banksy! You’ve learned a lot of skills already about writing or producing a project to get you to where you are now.

No one expects you to be born knowing how to format a screenplay or script. 

The same goes with creating a one-sheet.

No matter how much self-doubt or slight discomfort you may feel during a ‘design’ process, I’m completely convinced you can absolutely do this.

I created the process in a manner that makes it easy for you. In fact, by the end of the training, you’ll look back and won’t believe you didn’t do this earlier.

Q:  The price seems high. Why is that?

A: Actually, it’s not.

I chose to keep it as low as possible in this first run so it’s accessible to as many people as possible. Someone hiring me and/or us to consult and help them with the pitching process costs thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars. And that’s just for a single day or portion of a day. 

The process I’m sharing with you is the same process I use myself. In fact, it’s the process used to create pitch documents for 6 tv shows that just got cleared for airing later this year.

You’re getting the inside tips and insights that has taken decades to learn and hone. The training isn’t just about the process of pulling elements together for a single document. 

It’s about the entire pitch process.

The mindset of different people you’ll be pursuing and the strategic AND tactical way you’ll want to approach pitching.

The reality is that I’ll be raising the price of this training over time so it’s at the lowest it will ever be right now. 

Today is the time to grab it before it goes up.

Q: Does this training guarantee that I'll get a deal?

A: No, unfortunately not. 

That would take a crystal ball. 

What it CAN do though, is help you understand how to approach people, how to create a one-sheet that addresses just what they want and how to make yourself a LOT more confident and comfortable in the pitching process.

Q:  Can I get my money back if I don't like it?

A: You're given a 30-day refund policy but IT IS CONDITIONAL. 

You're able to receive a refund if you ONLY unlock and view the first THREE 3 Modules.  

You must also show that you've completed all the worksheets for each of those modules in order to qualify. 

Once you UNLOCK Module 4, the refund is no longer available under any circumstances. So don't make a mistake and unlock that module and then say it was a mistake!! Please read more details above in the guarantee section.

Remember, this is a course you'll go back to over and over again, even when you get to advanced stages of pitching. 

Yes, there's THAT much info inside!

Q: Can you remind me what I’m getting today?

A:  Sure. Here’s the full list:

·      The full six module Pitch On A Page training sessions 

·      All the worksheets, cheatsheets, resource guides and tips for each module

·      Downloadable audio versions of the lessons

·      Permission to join our private community with lifetime access

·      Access to me and to Robert on Fridays (if not other days also) inside that community

·      The 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting training and PDF download

WHAT WILL PITCH ON A PAGE DO FOR YOU?

WHAT WILL PITCH ON A PAGE DO FOR YOU?

Gives you INSIGHT on how different people in the business think! 

No more guessing when you're preparing the right information before you contact someone or go in to a meeting or a pitch. 

Now you'll have a checklist that you can refer to each time.

Insights. Tips. 

Information you can count on to put you in the best frame of mind.

Gives you INSIGHT on how different people in the business think! 

No more guessing when you're preparing the right information before you contact someone or go in to a meeting or a pitch. 

Now you'll have a checklist that you can refer to each time.

Insights. Tips. 

Information you can count on to put you in the best frame of mind.

Provides INSTRUCTIONS for setting up your OWN roadmap for success!

Forget throwing darts at a board, hoping something hits a bullseye. 

Now you'll have a thoughtful plan based on YOUR OWN situation and goals. Specifically for what you've created and where YOU want to go.

Not someone else's plan that only has a random chance of working for you. Or a cookie-cutter plan that has nothing to do with your work!

Provides INSTRUCTIONS for setting up your OWN roadmap for success!

Forget throwing darts at a board, hoping something hits a bullseye. 

Now you'll have a thoughtful plan based on YOUR OWN situation and goals. Specifically for what you've created and where YOU want to go.

Not someone else's plan that only has a random chance of working for you. Or a cookie-cutter plan that has nothing to do with your work!

Turns your marketing materials into attention-getting MEMORABLE pieces of communication.

Experience what it's like to have people take notice of your projects and your professionalism. 

Have confidence that your materials position you with authority & reliance and your projects as something worth remembering. 

Turns your marketing materials into attention-getting MEMORABLE pieces of communication.

Experience what it's like to have people take notice of your projects and your professionalism. 

Have confidence that your materials position you with authority & reliance and your projects as something worth remembering. 

Helps you STAND OUT in a very crowded marketplace!

Are you worried you're not being noticed enough in this very competitive industry?

Now you and your project will stand out and create more active engagement so your calls are returned and your emails become more important.

Helps you STAND OUT in a very crowded marketplace!

Are you worried you're not being noticed enough in this very competitive industry?

Now you and your project will stand out and create more active engagement so your calls are returned and your emails become more important.

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Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

Value : $2,497

Feedback Fridays in the PRIVATE Facebook group 

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Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

Value : $997

FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

Value : $97

100% 30-Day Money Back Guarantee

Total Value: $7,588

Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

Value : $2,497

Feedback Fridays in the PRIVATE Facebook group 

Value : $3,997

Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

Value : $997

FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

Value : $97

100% 30-Day Money Back Guarantee

Total Value: $7,588

Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

Value : $2,497

Feedback Fridays in the PRIVATE Facebook group 

Value : $3,997

Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

Value : $997

FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

Value : $97

100% 30-Day Money Back Guarantee

Total Value: $7,588

Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

Value : $2,497

Feedback Fridays in the PRIVATE Facebook group 

Value : $3,997

Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

Value : $997

FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

Value : $97

100% 30-Day Money Back Guarantee

Total Value: $7,588

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DISCLAIMER

There is no way to guarantee that anyone will return your calls or reply to your emails when you're pitching a project. Too many factors come in to play to do that - including the uniqueness and quality of your work, your writing, your production, your storytelling ability and your ability to present your work. We simply cannot know all the factors that come in to play in your specific situation or with the people you're trying to connect with. We hate when people 'guarantee' something in this industry because we've learned over many decades that everything can change on a dime. 

We do, however, believe in time-tested and proven methods that work over and over and over again. It takes a lot of hard work, persistence and a thick skin to handle the rejections. The people who learn from their rejections rather than being defeated by them are the most successful in this very cut-throat entertainment industry. The examples we use in the training are for illustration purposes only. Any similarity to other work is purely coincidence. As stated by law, we cannot and do not make any claims or guarantees about your ability to successfully pitch and sell or produce and distribute your project(s). Nothing on this page, our websites or any of our trainings or courses of content documents is a promise or guarantee of specific results or future earnings or success. 

What we CAN promise is that we are very committed to helping you in whatever manner we can and to bring to you the highest quality programs and trainings we are able to create. We stand behind the quality and content of our trainings with a 21-day guarantee with proof of work done as indicated by each training.

As for your success... that's up to you. 

We stand behind you and encourage you and look forward to learning more about your and your projects.

DISCLAIMER

There is no way to guarantee that anyone will return your calls or reply to your emails when you're pitching a project. Too many factors come in to play to do that - including the uniqueness and quality of your work, your writing, your production, your storytelling ability and your ability to present your work. We simply cannot know all the factors that come in to play in your specific situation or with the people you're trying to connect with. We hate when people 'guarantee' something in this industry because we've learned over many decades that everything can change on a dime. 

We do, however, believe in time-tested and proven methods that work over and over and over again. It takes a lot of hard work, persistence and a thick skin to handle the rejections. The people who learn from their rejections rather than being defeated by them are the most successful in this very cut-throat entertainment industry. The examples we use in the training are for illustration purposes only. Any similarity to other work is purely coincidence. As stated by law, we cannot and do not make any claims or guarantees about your ability to successfully pitch and sell or produce and distribute your project(s). Nothing on this page, our websites or any of our trainings or courses of content documents is a promise or guarantee of specific results or future earnings or success. 

What we CAN promise is that we are very committed to helping you in whatever manner we can and to bring to you the highest quality programs and trainings we are able to create. We stand behind the quality and content of our trainings with a 21-day guarantee with proof of work done as indicated by each training.

As for your success... that's up to you. 

We stand behind you and encourage you and look forward to learning more about your and your projects.

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Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

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FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

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Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

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Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

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FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

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100% 30-Day Money Back Guarantee

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Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

Value : $2,497

Feedback Fridays in the PRIVATE Facebook group 

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FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

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FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

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Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

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Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

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FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

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Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

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Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

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FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

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Access to Pitch On A Page Masterclass training with 6 core modules

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Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

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FREE Video Course with PDF download of 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

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You'll get personal guidance and direction throughout the training process. 

You can request input and feedback on the modules and instructions or on the work you've been doing on your one-sheet. Robert and I will be online to lend a hand and clarify things for you. Or just to give you an opinion that can help guide your next steps. 

There will be back and forth with you right there on the spot. You'll be able to send us questions in advance or - time permitting - can ask us right then and there!

Feedback Fridays in the PRIVATE Facebook group

You'll get personal guidance and direction throughout the training process. 

You can request input and feedback on the modules and instructions or on the work you've been doing on your one-sheet. Robert and I will be online to lend a hand and clarify things for you. Or just to give you an opinion that can help guide your next steps. 

There will be back and forth with you right there on the spot. You'll be able to send us questions in advance or - time permitting - can ask us right then and there!

VALUE $3,997

VALUE $3,997

Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

You'll be given access to the Pitch On A Page (POAP) community in a privately set up group in Facebook. In here, you'll meet and develop friendships and collaborations with other people in the industry.

You'll be able to share stories and resources as well as insights on new ideas. Tell us what's working for you. What doesn't work. What feels good and what sucks. We'll do the same!

Lifetime Access to POAP Private Community

You'll be given access to the Pitch On A Page (POAP) community in a privately set up group in Facebook. In here, you'll meet and develop friendships and collaborations with other people in the industry.

You'll be able to share stories and resources as well as insights on new ideas. Tell us what's working for you. What doesn't work. What feels good and what sucks. We'll do the same!

VALUE $997

VALUE $997

FREE Video Course : 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

Our third bonus is free access to another one of our courses... 

You've finally been able to secure the pitch meeting and you're ready to get in there and do your thang. But what if you say the wrong thing? Or behave in the wrong manner?

Nothing is worse than blowing a pitch over something that could easily be avoided. 

So we created a 60 minute course - with downloadable PDF cheatsheet - on the 17 things you reallly MUST avoid saying in a pitch meeting. 

We also cover some irritating or distracting habits people have that can derail a meeting. 

Yours free when you sign up for POAP!

FREE Video Course : 17 Things To Avoid Saying In A Pitch Meeting

Our third bonus is free access to another one of our courses... 

You've finally been able to secure the pitch meeting and you're ready to get in there and do your thang. But what if you say the wrong thing? Or behave in the wrong manner?

Nothing is worse than blowing a pitch over something that could easily be avoided. 

So we created a 60 minute course - with downloadable PDF cheatsheet - on the 17 things you reallly MUST avoid saying in a pitch meeting. 

We also cover some irritating or distracting habits people have that can derail a meeting. 

Yours free when you sign up for POAP!

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You started this whole screenwriting thing with a full tank of ‘this is gonna be amazing’ and a beautifully blank screen in Final Draft.

You organized your notes in a way that would make Robert McKee proud.

You wrote vivid, powerful scenes with subtext that would make Meryl Streep drool.

Then there was the re-write … and the next re-write… and the next one… 

The story was told. The characters created.

The tension almost untenable.

You aren’t doing this for the fame (although that wouldn’t suck, would it?!).

You have an incredible story that MUST be told.

You have a message the world needs to learn about… 

 

But things haven’t quite worked out the way you had planned.

Your #producemyscript has turned into #whythehelldontyougetit which has led to your #meltdownafternoons.

Your script remains on your computer just waiting to be sent out to all those accomplished producers and financiers and distributors.

#wheretheheckiseveryone?

You’re starting to doubt it will ever actually happen.

That you could actually quit your day job to make a full time living in this industry.

Before you can take steps in that direction with CONFIDENCE, you must first…             

You started this whole screenwriting thing with a full tank of ‘this is gonna be amazing’ and a beautifully blank screen in Final Draft.

You organized your notes in a way that would make Robert McKee proud.

You wrote vivid, powerful scenes with subtext that would make Meryl Streep drool.

Then there was the re-write … and the next re-write… and the next one… 

The story was told. The characters created.

The tension almost untenable.

You aren’t doing this for the fame (although that wouldn’t suck, would it?!).

You have an incredible story that MUST be told.

You have a message the world needs to learn about… 

 

But things haven’t quite worked out the way you had planned.

Your #producemyscript has turned into #whythehelldontyougetit which has led to your #meltdownafternoons.

Your script remains on your computer just waiting to be sent out to all those accomplished producers and financiers and distributors.

#wheretheheckiseveryone?

You’re starting to doubt it will ever actually happen.

That you could actually quit your day job to make a full time living in this industry.

Before you can take steps in that direction with CONFIDENCE, you must first…             

With all the intense effort, time and commitment it took to write your script, 

isn’t it time you actually started to get recognition for it?

I mean, you DESERVE THE PAYOFF now.

You deserve to know EXACTLY HOW TO START LEVERAGING your hard work – to start seeing your inbox full of query responses and have a crystal clear picture of what you need to do next.

You deserve to have people ENGAGE IN PITCH CONVERSATIONS that go deep into the heart of your project… the characters, the themes, the messages.

You deserve to feel like you truly BELONG IN THAT ROOM with the producers and investors and studios and networks instead of having them reject you… or worse… ignore you.

You deserve to have the confidence to speak about your project in a POWERFUL AND EFFECTIVE way.

In a moment, I’m going to show you how to FINALLY TIP THE SCALES in your favor.

But first, a few important things you need to wrap your mind around…

With all the intense effort, time and commitment it took to write your script, 

isn’t it time you actually started to get recognition for it?

I mean, you DESERVE THE PAYOFF now.

You deserve to know EXACTLY HOW TO START LEVERAGING your hard work – to start seeing your inbox full of query responses and have a crystal clear picture of what you need to do next.

You deserve to have people ENGAGE IN PITCH CONVERSATIONS that go deep into the heart of your project… the characters, the themes, the messages.

You deserve to feel like you truly BELONG IN THAT ROOM with the producers and investors and studios and networks instead of having them reject you… or worse… ignore you.

You deserve to have the confidence to speak about your project in a POWERFUL AND EFFECTIVE way.

In a moment, I’m going to show you how to FINALLY TIP THE SCALES in your favor.

But first, a few important things you need to wrap your mind around…

The 5 reasons you’re still stuck with a case of ‘why them and not me?’ and how to get out of it now...

The 5 reasons you’re still stuck with a case of ‘why them and not me?’ and how to get out of it now...

Let me know if this sounds familiar…

Let me know if this sounds familiar…

The good news is moving closer to your dreams and goals is easier than ever

The good news is moving closer to your dreams and goals is easier than ever

If you’re still in this arena, you ALREADY know that pitching is an integral part of finding funding, production and distribution.

You learned it the hard way, but you learned it.

Yet maybe you were not aware that by pitching using the PITCH ON A PAGE method that I’m about to share with you, you’ll also have the power to:

    Have the critical foundation of knowing precisely what your pitch audience wants to see

    Feel confident and secure that you have the most effective representative of your work

    Attract the people who are truly in a position to move your project towards a greenlight stage

    Experience a better, more realistic expectation on how to move the dime forward

    Feel prepared at any point in time when someone wants to hear your elevator pitch

    Have more control over the pitch process and the advancement of your project

If you’re still in this arena, you ALREADY know that pitching is an integral part of finding funding, production and distribution.

You learned it the hard way, but you learned it.

Yet maybe you were not aware that by pitching using the PITCH ON A PAGE method that I’m about to share with you, you’ll also have the power to:

    Have the critical foundation of knowing precisely what your pitch audience wants to see

    Feel confident and secure that you have the most effective representative of your work

    Attract the people who are truly in a position to move your project towards a greenlight stage

    Experience a better, more realistic expectation on how to move the dime forward

    Feel prepared at any point in time when someone wants to hear your elevator pitch

    Have more control over the pitch process and the advancement of your project

Who the heck am I to tell you how to pitch?

Who the heck am I to tell you how to pitch?

“I liked Lauren's process so much I decided to merge companies"

"I’ve been in sales my entire career. My father was in sales. His father was in sales. And so it seems that’s just part of my genetic makeup. I’m one of the rare breed that actually LOVES to sell. Pitching is my oxygen.

I’ve had tremendous success for decades in selling packages and deals to networks around the world and to advertisers around the world.

Quite honestly, I thought I knew it all and was just damn good at what I did.

And then I met Lauren.

We would sit in meetings or engage in very long conference calls together. Afterwards, I would walk away thinking one result and she would come up with something completely different. I couldn’t understand it. It simply didn’t make sense. What was she talking about? I felt like we were in different meetings.

At first, I questioned it. I thought maybe she was just not paying attention. 

Or that me – with my natural charm and good looks! – simply knew more than she did.

But then something strange happened... 

Things she said would happen, did. I would have sworn a different action would occur; but I was wrong. I realized Lauren was listening to conversations and body language with a different kind of hearing. 

After some soul searching and facing the reality that I may need to let go of some of my deeply ingrained beliefs, I decided to give her way a shot. I was blown away by not only the results but by the freedom it gave me and the space I suddenly found to exhale. So much so that I decided to merge companies with her to build something bigger and better.

After hearing what Lauren was creating with PITCH ON A PAGE, I knew it would be powerful, honest and mostly… effective. Not only can she uncannily make things simple, fun and quick, but her instructions and insights allow people to be 10x more effective and in control of their pitching process with easy simple steps that are mandatory in the entertainment industry.

Lauren taught me that it’s not just who you know but WHAT you know and HOW you use that.

I now get responses from people that wouldn’t necessarily have given me the courtesy of one before. Because I know how to speak to them in a much more powerful way. It’s hard for me to admit it, but I am... because I think this training is something that can help anyone trying to approach people in the entertainment industry. Anyone. 

Even an old know-it-all like me."

“I liked Lauren's process so much I decided to merge companies"

"I’ve been in sales my entire career. My father was in sales. His father was in sales. And so it seems that’s just part of my genetic makeup. I’m one of the rare breed that actually LOVES to sell. Pitching is my oxygen.

I’ve had tremendous success for decades in selling packages and deals to networks around the world and to advertisers around the world.

Quite honestly, I thought I knew it all and was just damn good at what I did.

And then I met Lauren.

We would sit in meetings or engage in very long conference calls together. Afterwards, I would walk away thinking one result and she would come up with something completely different. I couldn’t understand it. It simply didn’t make sense. What was she talking about? I felt like we were in different meetings.

At first, I questioned it. I thought maybe she was just not paying attention. 

Or that me – with my natural charm and good looks! – simply knew more than she did.

But then something strange happened... 

Things she said would happen, did. I would have sworn a different action would occur; but I was wrong. I realized Lauren was listening to conversations and body language with a different kind of hearing. 

After some soul searching and facing the reality that I may need to let go of some of my deeply ingrained beliefs, I decided to give her way a shot. I was blown away by not only the results but by the freedom it gave me and the space I suddenly found to exhale. So much so that I decided to merge companies with her to build something bigger and better.

After hearing what Lauren was creating with PITCH ON A PAGE, I knew it would be powerful, honest and mostly… effective. Not only can she uncannily make things simple, fun and quick, but her instructions and insights allow people to be 10x more effective and in control of their pitching process with easy simple steps that are mandatory in the entertainment industry.

Lauren taught me that it’s not just who you know but WHAT you know and HOW you use that.

I now get responses from people that wouldn’t necessarily have given me the courtesy of one before. Because I know how to speak to them in a much more powerful way. It’s hard for me to admit it, but I am... because I think this training is something that can help anyone trying to approach people in the entertainment industry. Anyone. 

Even an old know-it-all like me."

ROBERT BLAGMAN

Creator of 3 Eastern European TV Networks, 

Former Disney Executive, 

Founder of Blagman Media 

Global TV/Film Distributor of hit series such as Poker After Dark, Atari, Addiction Unplugged, GIVE

ROBERT BLAGMAN

Creator of 3 Eastern European TV Networks, 

Former Disney Executive, 

Founder of Blagman Media 

Global TV/Film Distributor of hit series such as Poker After Dark, Atari, Addiction Unplugged, GIVE

INTRODUCING PITCH ON A PAGE

INTRODUCING PITCH ON A PAGE

Pitch On A Page is a pitching system that shows you how simple planning, pulling together information and presenting it in the most efficient and powerful manner can allow you to have more impact and catch people’s eye.

I’ve spent the last 10 years working with writers, actors and producers.

              Writers who’ve struggled with knowing how to navigate the industry and understand how decisions are made.

                Writers who, despite reading book after book, recognize there’s still no getting around having to pitch their project to move them forward

                 Actors tired of feeling hopeless about what to do next or where to turn with their projects

                 Producers who, despite the difficulty of raising funds and getting traction, know there IS a way to make this process less painful 

The result is the easy to follow PITCH ON A PAGE training. It provides a very clear roadmap that gives you more control of the process, insight on how to be more effective at pitching, and instruction on how to create the SINGLE MOST CRITICAL document you need when pitching.

Nothing gets attention and influences people like a well-prepared pitch.

Pitch On A Page is a pitching system that shows you how simple planning, pulling together information and presenting it in the most efficient and powerful manner can allow you to have more impact and catch people’s eye.

I’ve spent the last 10 years working with writers, actors and producers.

              Writers who’ve struggled with knowing how to navigate the industry and understand how decisions are made.

                Writers who, despite reading book after book, recognize there’s still no getting around having to pitch their project to move them forward

                 Actors tired of feeling hopeless about what to do next or where to turn with their projects

                 Producers who, despite the difficulty of raising funds and getting traction, know there IS a way to make this process less painful 

The result is the easy to follow PITCH ON A PAGE training. It provides a very clear roadmap that gives you more control of the process, insight on how to be more effective at pitching, and instruction on how to create the SINGLE MOST CRITICAL document you need when pitching.

Nothing gets attention and influences people like a well-prepared pitch.

MODULE #1 : THE ROADMAP

 

This is where you’ll learn to set up the practical tools that will give you clear focus and vision.

Remember part of why you get frustrated with the pitching process is because there are so many different paths to take… each person has their own unique way to achieve success and that makes it confusing.

At the end of this module, you’ll have a guide that helps you get through the Hollywood system, clearing up some of the unknowns that have kept you in the dark and that have been holding you back.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  The purpose of the one-sheet
  •   Examining the marketplace
  •  Reviewing the competitive environment
  •  Taking a look at the end audience
  •  Uncovering various pitch audiences

MODULE #1 : THE ROADMAP

 

This is where you’ll learn to set up the practical tools that will give you clear focus and vision.

Remember part of why you get frustrated with the pitching process is because there are so many different paths to take… each person has their own unique way to achieve success and that makes it confusing.

At the end of this module, you’ll have a guide that helps you get through the Hollywood system, clearing up some of the unknowns that have kept you in the dark and that have been holding you back.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  The purpose of the one-sheet
  •   Examining the marketplace
  •  Reviewing the competitive environment
  •  Taking a look at the end audience
  •  Uncovering various pitch audiences

MODULE #2  : CONTENT : TEXT

 

So far you’ve created a foundation for moving forward.

Your project has so much work already accomplished. You’ve either written the script yourself or worked with other people to get it done. You’ve thrown around idea after idea and finally settled on the story you want to tell. Now if only people would listen. If only people would pay attention and truly get it when describing that story.

This module helps you organize and create the building blocks that prepare you for every pitch situation. You’ll gain the confidence to respond swiftly, succinctly and powerfully.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  Looking at your overall message
  •  Collating all the required elements
  •  Setting priorities
  •  Psychology tips when pitching your content

MODULE #2  : CONTENT : TEXT

 

So far you’ve created a foundation for moving forward.

Your project has so much work already accomplished. You’ve either written the script yourself or worked with other people to get it done. You’ve thrown around idea after idea and finally settled on the story you want to tell. Now if only people would listen. If only people would pay attention and truly get it when describing that story.

This module helps you organize and create the building blocks that prepare you for every pitch situation. You’ll gain the confidence to respond swiftly, succinctly and powerfully.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  Looking at your overall message
  •  Collating all the required elements
  •  Setting priorities
  •  Psychology tips when pitching your content

MODULE #3 : CONTENT : VISUALS

Now we get into some of the fun stuff. 

Every project has a visual side to it… otherwise it would just be a book and not a film or tv show! You may not think you have the creative chops to know how about visual elements – you’re a word person, right? Not so… There has to be a visual side to your brain, or you never would have imagined those luscious, action-packed scenes you carefully painted into the script.

Module 3 helps you learn how to select he visual representations that will bring your project to life. And to do so for anyone seeing them in a split second. This makes life easier for you to pitch your work and for the person receiving it to understand.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  Setting up a system
  •  Image & tone of your materials
  •  Selecting colors and fonts
  •  Unearthing images and photos
  •  Creating a vision board

MODULE #3 : CONTENT : VISUALS

Now we get into some of the fun stuff. 

Every project has a visual side to it… otherwise it would just be a book and not a film or tv show! You may not think you have the creative chops to know how about visual elements – you’re a word person, right? Not so… There has to be a visual side to your brain, or you never would have imagined those luscious, action-packed scenes you carefully painted into the script.

Module 3 helps you learn how to select he visual representations that will bring your project to life. And to do so for anyone seeing them in a split second. This makes life easier for you to pitch your work and for the person receiving it to understand.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  Setting up a system
  •  Image & tone of your materials
  •  Selecting colors and fonts
  •  Unearthing images and photos
  •  Creating a vision board

MODULE #4 : DESIGN & LAYOUT

This module begins the process of putting the pieces of your pitch document together.

Uh oh. It sounds like the terrain of graphic designers. These sound like big scary words but actually they are only 6 letter words (“design” and “layout”) that boil down to simple concepts. Are you remembering the last time you did anything that involved the word ‘design’? Was it when you carefully placed blankets over the sofa in your parent’s living room and created a tent… that sank in the middle and looked like a monstrosity!? It’s OK. We take you through only the stuff you really need to know… and then give you the option of picking and choosing the pieces you’re most comfortable with…

You walk away knowing how to balance the content of text and visuals together to create a pitch tool that helps you stand out, get noticed and be remembered.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  Deciding on your project’s style
  •  Understanding design basics
  •  Following as we create samples and options for 3 variations of one-sheet
  • Checking out technical options

MODULE #4 : DESIGN & LAYOUT

This module begins the process of putting the pieces of your pitch document together.

Uh oh. It sounds like the terrain of graphic designers. These sound like big scary words but actually they are only 6 letter words (“design” and “layout”) that boil down to simple concepts. Are you remembering the last time you did anything that involved the word ‘design’? Was it when you carefully placed blankets over the sofa in your parent’s living room and created a tent… that sank in the middle and looked like a monstrosity!? It’s OK. We take you through only the stuff you really need to know… and then give you the option of picking and choosing the pieces you’re most comfortable with…

You walk away knowing how to balance the content of text and visuals together to create a pitch tool that helps you stand out, get noticed and be remembered.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  Deciding on your project’s style
  •  Understanding design basics
  •  Following as we create samples and options for 3 variations of one-sheet
  • Checking out technical options

MODULE #5 : EXECUTION VARIATIONS

This module takes you through the process you’ll need to understand about creating different variations based on who you’re meeting with or pitching to.

You wouldn’t want to look unprofessional by focusing on return-on-investment with an actor when all they care about is the character development, would you? Some things are obvious (like that example) but many are not. We go through it all.

 Once you go through the lessons in this module, you’ll be able to understand the differences in the various pitch audiences. This allows you to look professional when you present them with customized materials. 

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  How to plan for variations
  •  Examining the producer, the studios, the investors, the sponsors, the media, the networks and so many more
  • Examples of a variation for each of the audiences

MODULE #5 : EXECUTION VARIATIONS

This module takes you through the process you’ll need to understand about creating different variations based on who you’re meeting with or pitching to.

You wouldn’t want to look unprofessional by focusing on return-on-investment with an actor when all they care about is the character development, would you? Some things are obvious (like that example) but many are not. We go through it all.

 Once you go through the lessons in this module, you’ll be able to understand the differences in the various pitch audiences. This allows you to look professional when you present them with customized materials. 

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  How to plan for variations
  •  Examining the producer, the studios, the investors, the sponsors, the media, the networks and so many more
  • Examples of a variation for each of the audiences

MODULE #6 : DELIVERY

Here you’ll learn the must-have details of how to share your one-sheet in person OR digitally.

Have you ever been invited to a party… say in the middle of the summer… and you wear your jeans and a t-shirt to stay cool and comfortable. When you arrive, you realize you didn’t read the invitation correctly and everyone else is in a tux or gown?! Not the greatest feeling, is it?

You want to have a really polished appearance at all times so you’re taken seriously. We make sure you know some fundamentals about delivery so you’re covered in this important phase also.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  File formats
  •  Print stock

MODULE #6 : DELIVERY

Here you’ll learn the must-have details of how to share your one-sheet in person OR digitally.

Have you ever been invited to a party… say in the middle of the summer… and you wear your jeans and a t-shirt to stay cool and comfortable. When you arrive, you realize you didn’t read the invitation correctly and everyone else is in a tux or gown?! Not the greatest feeling, is it?

You want to have a really polished appearance at all times so you’re taken seriously. We make sure you know some fundamentals about delivery so you’re covered in this important phase also.

Here’s what’s inside:

  •  File formats
  •  Print stock

THE "FULL PITCH" GUARANTEE

We’re so determined and enthusiastic about helping you achieve your goals and want to make sure you feel comfortable enough to give us a ‘yes’ to this training. Part of that is offering you the FULL PITCH GUARANTEE. Take 30 days to go through the FIRST THREE (3) MODULES. Follow the instructions in each lesson and follow through on the worksheets that are downloadable with each module and lesson. Join us in the special private Facebook group for any extra clarification you might need. If, after completing all the worksheets and exercises with serious intent (for each of the first three modules that’s been opened up for you), you still don’t feel that you have an incredible amount of new insight, focus and guidance needed to take more control and build a more effective pitch…

The process is simple.

Just send an email to Emily@MovieHatch.com with all your completed worksheets and we’ll turn back time for you and get you an immediate refund.

HOWEVER, once you’ve UNLOCKED Module #4 (by answering the questions at the end of Module 3), the refund is no longer available for any reason at all. This means you can go through three modules BUT do NOT take the Module 3 final lesson questionnaire… because it unlocks Module 4.

Why are we so confident in offering this? Because we’ve gone through this process with people that are masters of pitching in the entertainment industry and ALL of them learn something, grow somehow and find tips and tactics that improve their process. We know it works.

THE "FULL PITCH" GUARANTEE

We’re so determined and enthusiastic about helping you achieve your goals and want to make sure you feel comfortable enough to give us a ‘yes’ to this training. Part of that is offering you the FULL PITCH GUARANTEE. Take 30 days to go through the FIRST THREE (3) MODULES. Follow the instructions in each lesson and follow through on the worksheets that are downloadable with each module and lesson. Join us in the special private Facebook group for any extra clarification you might need. If, after completing all the worksheets and exercises with serious intent (for each of the first three modules that’s been opened up for you), you still don’t feel that you have an incredible amount of new insight, focus and guidance needed to take more control and build a more effective pitch…

The process is simple.

Just send an email to Emily@MovieHatch.com with all your completed worksheets and we’ll turn back time for you and get you an immediate refund.

HOWEVER, once you’ve UNLOCKED Module #4 (by answering the questions at the end of Module 3), the refund is no longer available for any reason at all. This means you can go through three modules BUT do NOT take the Module 3 final lesson questionnaire… because it unlocks Module 4.

Why are we so confident in offering this? Because we’ve gone through this process with people that are masters of pitching in the entertainment industry and ALL of them learn something, grow somehow and find tips and tactics that improve their process. We know it works.

STILL UNDECIDED?

You’re ready to turn your pitching effectiveness around if…

 

+ You’re just getting started with pitching and want to make sure you totally NAIL it right away by using incredibly effective, easy to follow strategies and tactics.

+ You’ve been pitching for months (or even years) but can’t seem to get the response rate you want… and the people that DO respond disappear as quickly as they appeared … or everything just seems to taper off before it really gets going.

+ You already HAVE a great screenplay/film/show.. OK there may be a few rewritesleft… or fine tuning on the edit when you get more notes… but you’ve worked and worked and worked on getting it right and now need to make sure you nail the pitching process.

+ You have no issue putting in a few more hours as long as you know that the time investment will really be meaningful and make a difference in getting your project funded, produced and distributed.

+ Actually, you ALREADY invest lots of time… and energy… in the pitching process – researching, networking, attending events and sending out cold queries… you know, the things you constantly “hear” you need to be doing. You’re now asking yourself “why the hell am I doing all this?” Because it just seems to be overwhelming and disappointing when no one responds the way you want them to.

+ You deeply care about getting your project made. You get discouraged because you’re so passionate about your work and just don’t know what to be doing next. That’s why you appreciate how Pitch On A Page walks you through the process of how things ACTUALLY work in real life… without getting too confusing for people doing it for the first time.

+ You’re able to visualize all the new doors that will open up once you have the right pitching strategy and the most effective documents. And you’re SUPER excited that you’ll be more in control of the process.

+ You’re excited to try the Pitch On A Page method. Even if you’ve tried other options or you’ve been sidetracked and let down. You have a new wave of enthusiasm just knowing that in a few short hours you could be walking down a different path… one that has people responding positively and proactively.

+ You feel better simply knowing you have 30 days to test it out. Very straightforward. Either you do the work and feel more confident in having the pitching process turn into something more effective – in moving the project forward – or you send us a quick email asking us to undo it all.

 

Were you nodding ‘yes’ as you read this?

STILL UNDECIDED?

You’re ready to turn your pitching effectiveness around if…

 

+ You’re just getting started with pitching and want to make sure you totally NAIL it right away by using incredibly effective, easy to follow strategies and tactics.

+ You’ve been pitching for months (or even years) but can’t seem to get the response rate you want… and the people that DO respond disappear as quickly as they appeared … or everything just seems to taper off before it really gets going.

+ You already HAVE a great screenplay/film/show.. OK there may be a few rewritesleft… or fine tuning on the edit when you get more notes… but you’ve worked and worked and worked on getting it right and now need to make sure you nail the pitching process.

+ You have no issue putting in a few more hours as long as you know that the time investment will really be meaningful and make a difference in getting your project funded, produced and distributed.

+ Actually, you ALREADY invest lots of time… and energy… in the pitching process – researching, networking, attending events and sending out cold queries… you know, the things you constantly “hear” you need to be doing. You’re now asking yourself “why the hell am I doing all this?” Because it just seems to be overwhelming and disappointing when no one responds the way you want them to.

+ You deeply care about getting your project made. You get discouraged because you’re so passionate about your work and just don’t know what to be doing next. That’s why you appreciate how Pitch On A Page walks you through the process of how things ACTUALLY work in real life… without getting too confusing for people doing it for the first time.

+ You’re able to visualize all the new doors that will open up once you have the right pitching strategy and the most effective documents. And you’re SUPER excited that you’ll be more in control of the process.

+ You’re excited to try the Pitch On A Page method. Even if you’ve tried other options or you’ve been sidetracked and let down. You have a new wave of enthusiasm just knowing that in a few short hours you could be walking down a different path… one that has people responding positively and proactively.

+ You feel better simply knowing you have 30 days to test it out. Very straightforward. Either you do the work and feel more confident in having the pitching process turn into something more effective – in moving the project forward – or you send us a quick email asking us to undo it all.

 

Were you nodding ‘yes’ as you read this?

By now, you already know the difference between writers who get produced and those who sit at home collecting dust on their work.

It all comes down to…

PITCH ON A PAGE

Here’s the skinny to wrap it all up.

 

IF you’re a writer who’s ready to share a project with the industry … 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

IF you plan to pitch even once in the next few months … 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

IF you’re thinking of approaching ANYONE to get involved in your project … 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

IF you’re tired of hearing crickets every time you reach out to people … 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

IF you’ve woken up at least once this week wondering what you’re doing wrong… 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

And...

If you have your sights set on seeing your project(s) up on a big, medium or small screen    ...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

If you’re ready, the team on this side looks forward to helping you become more in control, more effective and to gaining the confidence you need to get out there and pitch in the most rewarding and impactful way yet.

By now, you already know the difference between writers who get produced and those who sit at home collecting dust on their work.

It all comes down to…

PITCH ON A PAGE

Here’s the skinny to wrap it all up.

 

IF you’re a writer who’s ready to share a project with the industry … 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

IF you plan to pitch even once in the next few months … 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

IF you’re thinking of approaching ANYONE to get involved in your project … 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

IF you’re tired of hearing crickets every time you reach out to people … 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

IF you’ve woken up at least once this week wondering what you’re doing wrong… 

...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

And...

If you have your sights set on seeing your project(s) up on a big, medium or small screen    ...you need PITCH ON A PAGE

If you’re ready, the team on this side looks forward to helping you become more in control, more effective and to gaining the confidence you need to get out there and pitch in the most rewarding and impactful way yet.

What sets you apart...

75% of writers reading this will consider it, bookmark the page perhaps and forget all about it as the special enrollment period closes.

Here are 3 ways they’ll continue to hear crickets when they pitch, feel frustration at having no control, and increase their self-doubt by not knowing what they’re doing wrong.

1)    They’ll miss understanding the fundamantals of getting inside the mindset of their pitch audience 

TRUE COST: Being as effective as possible no matter who they talk with

2)    They’ll still know they need to pitch their project, but will be overwhelmed and confused by what to do next 

TRUE COST : Missing out their one-shot chance with industry insiders

3)    If they luck out and get a nibble… they’ll experience hurdles and obstacles in the process that they won’t be able to most effectively handle. 

TRUE COST: Losing out on getting their project funded, produced and distributed

But with 30 risk-free days to gain insight, wouldn’t you rather see what you can do to tip the odds in your favor?

Isn’t it time you proactively controlled as much as you can in the pitching process?

You’ve already achieved something most people only dream of by getting to this point now.

You’re also smart enough to know that the skills that helped you create your script or project won’t get you through a pitch.

 

This is your invitation to step into a uniquely created world where you…

  •  Learn about each of the industry players
  •  Design the materials that will help you pitch
  •  Grow your confidence and control by having insider knowledge
  •  Finally achieve your dreams

What sets you apart...

75% of writers reading this will consider it, bookmark the page perhaps and forget all about it as the special enrollment period closes.

Here are 3 ways they’ll continue to hear crickets when they pitch, feel frustration at having no control, and increase their self-doubt by not knowing what they’re doing wrong.

1)    They’ll miss understanding the fundamantals of getting inside the mindset of their pitch audience 

TRUE COST: Being as effective as possible no matter who they talk with

2)    They’ll still know they need to pitch their project, but will be overwhelmed and confused by what to do next 

TRUE COST : Missing out their one-shot chance with industry insiders

3)    If they luck out and get a nibble… they’ll experience hurdles and obstacles in the process that they won’t be able to most effectively handle. 

TRUE COST: Losing out on getting their project funded, produced and distributed

But with 30 risk-free days to gain insight, wouldn’t you rather see what you can do to tip the odds in your favor?

Isn’t it time you proactively controlled as much as you can in the pitching process?

You’ve already achieved something most people only dream of by getting to this point now.

You’re also smart enough to know that the skills that helped you create your script or project won’t get you through a pitch.

 

This is your invitation to step into a uniquely created world where you…

  •  Learn about each of the industry players
  •  Design the materials that will help you pitch
  •  Grow your confidence and control by having insider knowledge
  •  Finally achieve your dreams

REASON

REASON

Let me guess..

You started this whole process because you came up with a really great idea for a film or tv show. 

But 2 years and 3,256 cups of coffee later, you’re still wondering where that greenlight signal is.

You’ve joined groups.

Attended network events.

Lined up at pitch events for a 5 minutes frantic race to beat the ringing of the cowbell that says your time is up.

You’ve lugged around 20 lbs of copies of the script you slaved over.

You’ve sent dozens upon dozens of emails.

Yet still no serious bites.

Aargh.

You’ve done e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g.

But you’re still at their mercy.

Yes you can't control what THEY do but it’s all about HOW you approach them and HOW you present your project that matters.

What You Need:

Knowledge on the best path to catch their attention, gain momentum and how to motivate them to do what YOU want.

Let me guess..

You started this whole process because you came up with a really great idea for a film or tv show. 

But 2 years and 3,256 cups of coffee later, you’re still wondering where that greenlight signal is.

You’ve joined groups.

Attended network events.

Lined up at pitch events for a 5 minutes frantic race to beat the ringing of the cowbell that says your time is up.

You’ve lugged around 20 lbs of copies of the script you slaved over.

You’ve sent dozens upon dozens of emails.

Yet still no serious bites.

Aargh.

You’ve done e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g.

But you’re still at their mercy.

Yes you can't control what THEY do but it’s all about HOW you approach them and HOW you present your project that matters.

What You Need:

Knowledge on the best path to catch their attention, gain momentum and how to motivate them to do what YOU want.

You’ve read it everywhere.

This industry is incestuous. 

Everyone says that unless your daddy or mommy ran a studio or plays golf with an A-list celebrity or eats lunch at the Ivy every week… or unless you marry a big wig producer or agent, you’re out of luck.

You read the credits on film after film or tv show after tv show and it seems that the only people that get ahead in this crazy industry are the people that already have power and pull. 

You see it everywhere… even the youngest Kardashians are born into fame and fortune and projects … even if they totally suck or have no talent. (I’m not passing judgement on the Kardashians.. ok maybe I am!).

So how do YOU – the unknown, unconnected person from Boise, Idaho – break through the doors of this industry?

It seems impossible if having connections is the only way in.

And, well, you don’t have any… and you don’t see how you can get them.

No one will tell you that connections are a bad thing but what they don’t tell you is that sometimes connections hurt your chances… in several ways.

What You Need:

An understanding of how these great teams came together and were cultivated over time and what it takes to get them started yourself.

You’ve read it everywhere.

This industry is incestuous. 

Everyone says that unless your daddy or mommy ran a studio or plays golf with an A-list celebrity or eats lunch at the Ivy every week… or unless you marry a big wig producer or agent, you’re out of luck.

You read the credits on film after film or tv show after tv show and it seems that the only people that get ahead in this crazy industry are the people that already have power and pull. 

You see it everywhere… even the youngest Kardashians are born into fame and fortune and projects … even if they totally suck or have no talent. (I’m not passing judgement on the Kardashians.. ok maybe I am!).

So how do YOU – the unknown, unconnected person from Boise, Idaho – break through the doors of this industry?

It seems impossible if having connections is the only way in.

And, well, you don’t have any… and you don’t see how you can get them.

No one will tell you that connections are a bad thing but what they don’t tell you is that sometimes connections hurt your chances… in several ways.

What You Need:

An understanding of how these great teams came together and were cultivated over time and what it takes to get them started yourself.

You’re different.

Always have been.

The popular kids in 3rd grade playing dodge ball during recess never picked you for their team. You sat a safe enough distance away from them that you thought it exhibited an ‘I don’t care about dodge ball’ attitude.

The truth was you didn’t care about that stupid game.

You only cared about what they thought about you.

We all did.

I think those popular kids had it the worst (stay with me here) and so they became bullies or pompous or domineering just to overcome their intense fear of NOT being special and unique and authentic.

Those days are long gone and those kids… well, they would probably be in awe of YOU right now because you’ve actually finished a script… and they look around to see if they’re still popular. Just think about how you’ll be able to look back to this day 5 years from now…

So here you are approaching the entertainment industry. 

The assumption is that a creative driven industry will be open minded and non-judgemental. But almost everyone you meet so far is white, male and … short. (What’s with that?!).

Your being a total unknown newbie from a small town in Iowa, a female over the age of 40 or a tattoo-covered biker with multiple body piercings or GASP …a prosecution lawyer … just doesn’t seem to fit the mold.

For some ridiculous reason, you get the impression that no one is truly listening to your pitch because they’ve made a split decision about you the second you shook hands.

A minute ago, they were laughing with that young good-looking 20-year old guy who stood in front of you at the pitchfest. But with you, it’s back to a glassy-eyed look and a gaze over your shoulder.

Shit.

Here we go again.

What You Need:

A PLAN to use your differences to be memorable and a PLAN to have leave-behind materials that have nothing to do with how your look or what your age is…

You’re different.

Always have been.

The popular kids in 3rd grade playing dodge ball during recess never picked you for their team. You sat a safe enough distance away from them that you thought it exhibited an ‘I don’t care about dodge ball’ attitude.

The truth was you didn’t care about that stupid game.

You only cared about what they thought about you.

We all did.

I think those popular kids had it the worst (stay with me here) and so they became bullies or pompous or domineering just to overcome their intense fear of NOT being special and unique and authentic.

Those days are long gone and those kids… well, they would probably be in awe of YOU right now because you’ve actually finished a script… and they look around to see if they’re still popular. Just think about how you’ll be able to look back to this day 5 years from now…

So here you are approaching the entertainment industry. 

The assumption is that a creative driven industry will be open minded and non-judgemental. But almost everyone you meet so far is white, male and … short. (What’s with that?!).

Your being a total unknown newbie from a small town in Iowa, a female over the age of 40 or a tattoo-covered biker with multiple body piercings or GASP …a prosecution lawyer … just doesn’t seem to fit the mold.

For some ridiculous reason, you get the impression that no one is truly listening to your pitch because they’ve made a split decision about you the second you shook hands.

A minute ago, they were laughing with that young good-looking 20-year old guy who stood in front of you at the pitchfest. But with you, it’s back to a glassy-eyed look and a gaze over your shoulder.

Shit.

Here we go again.

What You Need:

A PLAN to use your differences to be memorable and a PLAN to have leave-behind materials that have nothing to do with how your look or what your age is…

Isn’t this what an agent does? Pitch my scripts for you?

Has your focus been on finding an agent or a manager so they do all that ‘selling’ stuff for you?

They get 10-15% of any deal so your first thought has been to leave that shake-like-a-leaf stuff to them. If you can find someone to represent your work, you can just focus on the fun stuff…

You know… the writing and producing and well, creating!

Agents are great to have for many reasons… one is simply the prestige.

Wouldn’t it be cool to just say “you’ll need to talk to my agent”. Or “my manager is handling that”.

Sounds great.

If only…

If only it were that simple.

If only there were that many agents and managers to go around.

If only they could do ALL the stuff you don’t like doing… Can they do the dishes too?

That’s just it you see.

An agent is INCREDIBLY difficult to come by and they have the luxury of being as picky as they want. They’re looking for sure things.

OK. So maybe nothing in life is ‘sure’.

But if you’ve already been produced… many times…

Or you’ve won a ton of prestigious awards…

Or you had a massively successful career related to the entertainment industry already…

They MIGHT take a meeting with you.

But even then it’s a long shot.

And who knows if you’re going to get a GOOD agent... 

What defines good?

One that is effective and actually has enough connections to get doors opened immediately and whose word means something. One who knows a great writer even if a script is only so-so. One who can negotiate the hell out of anything. 

AND one who has great chemistry with you.

Let’s assume you find all this.

You know what they do?

They open doors and set up meetings for you to attend.

And then what?

YOU are the one who does the pitching.

And you know what? YOU WANT IT THAT WAY.

You know your project better than anyone. You’ve lived it, dreamt it, slept it and had nightmares about it! 

When a question is asked, you know the answer better than your agent or manager ever will.

So here we are back to you.

What You Need:

To know what really needs to be done in a pitch and how to do it… in the most effective, powerful way that suits your personality best. ESPECIALLY when the thought of selling - or pitching – makes you nauseous.

Isn’t this what an agent does? Pitch my scripts for you?

Has your focus been on finding an agent or a manager so they do all that ‘selling’ stuff for you?

They get 10-15% of any deal so your first thought has been to leave that shake-like-a-leaf stuff to them. If you can find someone to represent your work, you can just focus on the fun stuff…

You know… the writing and producing and well, creating!

Agents are great to have for many reasons… one is simply the prestige.

Wouldn’t it be cool to just say “you’ll need to talk to my agent”. Or “my manager is handling that”.

Sounds great.

If only…

If only it were that simple.

If only there were that many agents and managers to go around.

If only they could do ALL the stuff you don’t like doing… Can they do the dishes too?

That’s just it you see.

An agent is INCREDIBLY difficult to come by and they have the luxury of being as picky as they want. They’re looking for sure things.

OK. So maybe nothing in life is ‘sure’.

But if you’ve already been produced… many times…

Or you’ve won a ton of prestigious awards…

Or you had a massively successful career related to the entertainment industry already…

They MIGHT take a meeting with you.

But even then it’s a long shot.

And who knows if you’re going to get a GOOD agent... 

What defines good?

One that is effective and actually has enough connections to get doors opened immediately and whose word means something. One who knows a great writer even if a script is only so-so. One who can negotiate the hell out of anything. 

AND one who has great chemistry with you.

Let’s assume you find all this.

You know what they do?

They open doors and set up meetings for you to attend.

And then what?

YOU are the one who does the pitching.

And you know what? YOU WANT IT THAT WAY.

You know your project better than anyone. You’ve lived it, dreamt it, slept it and had nightmares about it! 

When a question is asked, you know the answer better than your agent or manager ever will.

So here we are back to you.

What You Need:

To know what really needs to be done in a pitch and how to do it… in the most effective, powerful way that suits your personality best. ESPECIALLY when the thought of selling - or pitching – makes you nauseous.

These outcomes are just waiting around the corner for you. 

They are easily within your reach… but they DO depend on taking a methodical, step-by-step approach.

One that lets you see behind the closed doors and give an insider’s advantage while dodging those endless hours on the hamster treadmill trying to figure it all out yourself.

One that’s been our secret weapon for clearing shows with dozens of networks, obtaining funding and sponsors of tens of millions of dollars and for opening doors that are even cold for us.

And…

One that will have your inbox filling with substantive emails from producers and investors rather than just newsletters and junk.

You still with me?

Then I’m very excited to introduce you to the PITCH ON A PAGE system…

These outcomes are just waiting around the corner for you. 

They are easily within your reach… but they DO depend on taking a methodical, step-by-step approach.

One that lets you see behind the closed doors and give an insider’s advantage while dodging those endless hours on the hamster treadmill trying to figure it all out yourself.

One that’s been our secret weapon for clearing shows with dozens of networks, obtaining funding and sponsors of tens of millions of dollars and for opening doors that are even cold for us.

And…

One that will have your inbox filling with substantive emails from producers and investors rather than just newsletters and junk.

You still with me?

Then I’m very excited to introduce you to the PITCH ON A PAGE system…

I'm Lauren Williams. Also known as Lauren Hirsch-Williams. 

When I’m not obsessively watching Bravo shows (yes, pretty much all of them!), or puttering around bead stores looking for ideas for new jewelry designs, I run MovieHatch and Global Media Fusion, a production, distribution and marketing company. 

These two businesses have allowed me to work with some of the top brand and media companies. I've had extensive exprience with companies like Pepsi, Discovery, A&E, OWN and UK’s Channel 4, as well as some of the top names in the entertainment industry out of Hollywood (see the names on the MovieHatch website).

I'm Lauren Williams. Also known as Lauren Hirsch-Williams. 

When I’m not obsessively watching Bravo shows (yes, pretty much all of them!), or puttering around bead stores looking for ideas for new jewelry designs, I run MovieHatch and Global Media Fusion, a production, distribution and marketing company. 

These two businesses have allowed me to work with some of the top brand and media companies. I've had extensive exprience with companies like Pepsi, Discovery, A&E, OWN and UK’s Channel 4, as well as some of the top names in the entertainment industry out of Hollywood (see the names on the MovieHatch website).

Never get stuck again

Never get stuck again

INSIGHT on how different people in the business think! 

INSIGHT on how different people in the business think and what their need are

No more guessing when you’re preparing the right information before you contact someone or go in to a meeting or pitch

INSTRUCTIONS for setting up your OWN roadmap for success

Marketing materials that are attention-getting, MEMORABLE pieces of communication

CONFIDENCE to position yourself and your projects as something worth remembering

A way to STAND OUT in a very crowded marketplace

Plans that will create more ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT, so your calls are returned, and your emails become more important

INSIGHT on how different people in the business think! 

INSIGHT on how different people in the business think and what their need are

No more guessing when you’re preparing the right information before you contact someone or go in to a meeting or pitch

INSTRUCTIONS for setting up your OWN roadmap for success

Marketing materials that are attention-getting, MEMORABLE pieces of communication

CONFIDENCE to position yourself and your projects as something worth remembering

A way to STAND OUT in a very crowded marketplace

Plans that will create more ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT, so your calls are returned, and your emails become more important

The Result…

The Result…

In order to make sure you’re comfortable and confident going through the system/training, I’m going to far out measures and offering myself and my partner Robert up to you on Fridays to answer your questions in a private, invitation-only Facebook group. 

If you ask us questions, we’ll be there to give you answers… either on a Facebook Live session or with written responses … or if really necessary, in private messaging.

In order to make sure you’re comfortable and confident going through the system/training, I’m going to far out measures and offering myself and my partner Robert up to you on Fridays to answer your questions in a private, invitation-only Facebook group. 

If you ask us questions, we’ll be there to give you answers… either on a Facebook Live session or with written responses … or if really necessary, in private messaging.

Learn the secret to DRIVING the direction of your pitch instead of sitting in the backseat...

Learn the secret to DRIVING the direction of your pitch instead of sitting in the backseat...

Let’s get real.

You don’t need to win an Oscar or Golden Globe..

OK yes, you may want one but you don’t NEED it…

You mostly want to indulge your creativity and vision for master storytelling, see your ideas grow from a kernel to a fully produced project and make sure people see your work for what it really is… a fantastic story well told.

And you want to do this without sacrificing the best years of your life just trying to convince people to take a look.

You want to be part of the team as it gets produced.

And at this stage of the process, you feel like you’ve earned the right to simply get an email response or returned phone call. After all, you’ve done soooo much hard work to actually COMPLETE a screenplay.

The elusive greenlight shouldn’t be this mythical thing that only other people get to experience.

The sound of crickets or polite “it sounds interesting” with no follow up shouldn’t be the most frequent thing you hear.

And late night venting to your friends on social media should be replaced with constant celebratory announcements that you’ve had multiple people request to read you work.

Let’s get real.

You don’t need to win an Oscar or Golden Globe..

OK yes, you may want one but you don’t NEED it…

You mostly want to indulge your creativity and vision for master storytelling, see your ideas grow from a kernel to a fully produced project and make sure people see your work for what it really is… a fantastic story well told.

And you want to do this without sacrificing the best years of your life just trying to convince people to take a look.

You want to be part of the team as it gets produced.

And at this stage of the process, you feel like you’ve earned the right to simply get an email response or returned phone call. After all, you’ve done soooo much hard work to actually COMPLETE a screenplay.

The elusive greenlight shouldn’t be this mythical thing that only other people get to experience.

The sound of crickets or polite “it sounds interesting” with no follow up shouldn’t be the most frequent thing you hear.

And late night venting to your friends on social media should be replaced with constant celebratory announcements that you’ve had multiple people request to read you work.

#2

#2

REASON

REASON

IT'S ALL WHO YOU KNOW

IT'S ALL WHO YOU KNOW

SPOTLIGHTS MAKE YOU SHAKE LIKE A LEAF

SPOTLIGHTS MAKE YOU SHAKE LIKE A LEAF

#3

#3

REASON

REASON

MY HANDS ARE TIED BEHIND MY BACK

MY HANDS ARE TIED BEHIND MY BACK

#1

#1

REASON

REASON

ONE OF THESE THINGS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHERS

ONE OF THESE THINGS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHERS

#4

#4

REASON

REASON

IF ONLY I HAD A MANAGER OR AGENT…

IF ONLY I HAD A MANAGER OR AGENT…

#5

#5