Producers Don’t Want To Read Your Screenplay, Here’s What They Really Want — Shane Stanley

Film Courage: We’ve imagined that you’ve received your share of screenplay pitches or you’ve heard about others pitching. What are some of the wrong ways to pitch? What are some of the wrong ways to reach out to someone?

Shane Stanley, Filmmaker/Author/Instructor: I think there is a right way and a wrong way to present people your work (your screenplays) and to approach them. If you break it down I think writers need to be just as good if not better at writing a synopsis or a treatment. I like getting those two-page treatments where if it’s five acts it’s a paragraph per act…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

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