Posted by Joleene DesRosiers

The dream of a writer is to get his or her script in front of the right people. To pitch it with perfection to the very network that we know would swoon over our story.

But how do we writer's get into those rooms? How do we find our way to the table to share our brilliant story? Richard "RB" Botto, our fearless leader and CEO at Stage 32, dives into three ways we can get in front of managers and agents.

Here's a hint:
1) Only enter contests that get you into rooms.
2) Go to events as often as possible and meet other writers.
3) Understand the market and the business, and do the research.

To understand more, take a peek at the video below.

Richard Botto Answers How Do I Get in Front of Screenwriting Managers and Agents to Pitch
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