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.
Marketing Yourself to Hollywood for Actors
Check out the latest issue of Plugged In Hollywood For Actors at: http://www.smartg.com/ezine/pi-ac-2-11 The feature article is on Getting Great Theatrical Headshots. You can also subscribe to get it delivered directly to your inbox.
If you want to be an actor in Hollywood, you will need to be located in Hollywood or be able to get here for agent meetings and auditions. I will give you the basics on how to get an agent for both situations, whether you are an actor in Hollywood already, or if you are […]
Screenwriters know they need to get their scripts out to Hollywood but frequently are not sure about the best way to do it. My company Smart Girls Productions has helped over 2500 screenwriters get their scripts ready and out to Hollywood, and so I want to go over some of the ways you can market […]
I have a question for you: How much would someone pay for your acting or screenwriting talents? Or anything else you do for that matter?