Scott Schulman is a literary manager specializing in representing writers and producers.
Scott founded Schulman Management after working at More/Medavoy Management for four years, representing both talent and literary clients.
Prior to More/Medavoy, Schulman worked at A3 Artist Agency as a junior packaging agent. He started his career at Fremantle in business affairs in both scripted and non-scripted television.
Scott recently staffed one of his clients on Season 2 of "FBI: MOST WANTED" for CBS. He also manages two upper-level producers on "THE UMBRELLA ACADEMY" series for Netflix. He is actively developing with Netflix, Point Grey, Octopie, Good Karma, Snapchat, Great Big Story, Madica and others.
Scott serves on the Board of Directors for the entertainment organization, HRTS Associates.
He is currently building a roster of emerging voices and has a passion for representing and inspiring writers.
“Dream big and dare to fail”, says Schulman.
"Just had a script consult with Scott Schulman. His review was quick, calling me within 48 hours of my submission. His comments were insightful and incredibly well informed and his recommendations were inspiring. He was practical yet passionate. I would have happily paid a good deal more for Scott’s time, knowledge and expertise." - Frank P.
"My meeting(s) with Scott Schulman were very inspiring, and provided the positive kick in the butt I needed in order to continue believing in my work and refining the craft. Scott has great energy, much to say about the business of film and TV, and I thoroughly enjoyed our conversations. I plan to consult with him again in the future. Thanks!" - Anthony S.
"Scott Schulman is incredibly passionate about what he does. He offers practical advice and truly cares about your success. He helped me completely change my strategy of being a writer. He is the one who taught me that it is more than just writing a good script. He taught me that being a great writer is only a quarter of the battle. It is about selling yourself and having something significant to say. Once I was able to change my way of thinking, I know that played a significant part in my success." - Cameron J
"Tell Scott thank you from me please. (His) advice is great ...I'm encouraged from the feedback." - Kelvin C
Scott specializes in all genres of Features and Television.
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Tips on pitching to Scott Schulman
Within 15 minutes of your scheduled pitch, the exec will reach out by Skype or Phone. Your pitch session will last approximately 8 minutes.
Written Pitches will be no more than 2 pages submitted as a PDF or WORD document. Any written pitch uploaded past the deadline will not be shown to the executive and will result in a non-refundable forfeiture of your pitch.
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If you are requested, you will be notified via email with further instructions. The execs will have 2-3 months to review your material and note if they are PASSing, or would like a MEETING. If a meeting is requested, we will introduce you via email.
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