Many new writers fall prey to some common mistakes when typing up their query letter. Here are some tips to writing the perfect query letter and how to avoid the common mistakes that will no doubt cause a literary agent to reject your script.
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Selling a screenplay may seem like a daunting task to you if you’re like most screenwriters. In fact, applying yourself in this part is harder for most screenwriters than even writing the 110 pages of the screenplay itself. The process of selling a screenplay …
Do people tell you to wait, wait, wait till the right time to get an agent? Find out why you’re missing out when you wait before trying to get a legitimate agent for your acting career.
When actors look for talent agents, one of the big mistakes they make is not being prepared on many counts when they get the meeting. Go in with a few questions in mind, but don’t put the talent agent on the spot or they won’t like you. Here are five good questions you can ask […]
It is easier to get producers to read your script with a query letter than writers’ agents. Although some producers and production companies will not read your script unless it is from a script agent that they know, the fact is, your chances are better at getting your screenplay submissions read with a query letter to producers.