Screenwriting: Pitching Your Screenplay or Novel in 60 Secs

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From Michael Hauge, author of the Best Selling Udemy Screenwriting & Storytelling Course: Screenwriting and Story Blueprint: The Hero's Two Journeys.

You walk on an elevator and just before the door closes Steven Spielberg gets on. You have 60 secs to pitch him your latest screenplay. What do you do?

Your goal is to have your audience say “yes, I understand, and I care” after reading or watching your brand story.

If your audience just says “now I know” then you have successfully informed them but not enough to make them care, to make them stay to whatever you have to say next. They DON'T teach you this in Film School!

Your career can be made in 60 seconds - if you make the right pitch!

Master the Elevator Pitch, even when you've got less than 60 seconds. Get your screenplay or Novel read by the major power of Hollywood - guaranteed!

Instructor Michael Hauge walks your through his process of breaking down the key elements of your story and how to pitch them in 60 secs.

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“This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see two of Hollywood’s finest and smartest teachers combine their masterful approach to plot, character and commercial success.” - Rich KrevolinScreenwriting Professor at USC; Author of Screenwriting From the Soul and How to Adapt Anything into a Screenplay

“Wow! Michael Hauge and Christopher Vogler ignite the room. I’ve been a pro for nearly 20 years, and in one day this double-barreled seminar made me a better screenwriter.” - Eric Edson, Director of Graduate Screenwriting at Cal State University Northridge; Author of The Story Solution: 23 Steps All Great Heroes Must Take

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Michael Hauge is a story and script consultant, author and lecturer who works with writers and filmmakers on their screenplays, novels, movies and television projects. He has coached writers, producers, stars and directors on projects for Will Smith, Julia Roberts, Jennifer Lopez, Kirsten Dunst, Charlize Theron and Morgan Freeman, as well as for every major studio and network.

Michael also works extensively with Hollywood executives, producers, agents and managers, helping them sharpen their story and development skills, and improving their companies' abilities to recognize powerful material, employ advanced principles of structure, character arc and theme, skillfully communicate a story's strengths and weaknesses, and work effectively with writers to achieve a commercially successful screenplay.

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Who is Alex Ferrari? As the founder of Indie Film Hustle it's Alex goal to bring the best information and education he can to indie filmmakers, screenwriter, storytellers and entrepreneurs.

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Important information before you enroll:

  • In case you find the course useless, don't forget you are covered by a 30 day money back guarantee, full refund, no questions asked!

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  • I will give you my full support regarding any issues or suggestions related to the course.

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Enroll NOW and learn how to pitch your story in 60 secs! Let's get started!

Expected Outcomes

  1. The 8 Steps to a Powerful Pitch
  2. The Cardinal Rule of Pitching
  3. The 10 Essential Elements of Story
  4. Designing a Marketing Plan
  5. Pitching Other People’s Work