The Insider View, Live Q&A with Manager Jewerl Ross: A Webinar brought to you by Final Draft, Inc.
Tuesday, December 6, 2011 from 6:00 PM to 7:15 PM (PST)
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Jewerl Ross recently brokered one of the largest spec sales of the year: Father Daughter Time: A Tale of Armed Robbery and Eskimo Kisses which Warner Bros. purchased in a bidding war that concluded with sale price of $500,000 against $800,000.
Now, for this exciting webinar, Final Draft, Inc. has a chance to ask one of the top writers' managers for his advice on launching a career in today's industry.
During this informative webinar, we will ask the questions you need to know, like:
• Do writers need an agent and a manager?
• How do you find new clients and what do you look for?
• How can writers land assignments?
• What kind of spec sales are selling in today's market?
• What does a manager expect from a client?
• Should a writer focus on just one genre?
• How can a new writer gain representation?
As an aspiring screenwriter, you've asked these questions on message boards, at conferences, and to consultants. But now is your chance to ask a working Hollywood manager what you need to know about pitching and selling your script in today's industry.
Don't miss this opportunity to find out what manager Jewerl Ross advises for writers who want to break into the business, and how you can use his knowledge to get the most out of your career.
Register now to ensure your spot at the live webinar event for only $25 (plus Eventbrite fees). You will receive an email with instructions on attending this event.
If you chose to be a VIP Question attendee ($50), you may email us your question(s) in advance for our moderator and we will present them to Mr. Ross on your behalf. Ten of these slots are available.
There will also be a live question-and-answer session during the last 20 minutes of the webinar where all attendees can chat questions to Mr. Ross live. These questions will be chosen at random.
If you miss the scheduled time, you will receive an email the morning after the event has closed with a link to watch the video at your convenience.
Register now and spend some quality time with a results-oriented manager who is open to new clients, courtesy of the leading software for scriptwriters in the business, Final Draft.
About Jewerl Ross:
With over 12 years in the business, Ross can boast a hot slate of writer and director clients. Ross just sold one of the biggest specs of the year: Father Daughter Time: A Tale of Armed Robbery and Eskimo Kisses by longtime client Matthew Aldrich. Matt Damon is attached to star and Warner Bros. purchased it in a bidding war that concluded with sale price of $500,000 against $800,000. Other clients include comedy writer David H. Steinberg. Best known for American Pie 2, Slackers, and DreamWorks’ Puss In Boots, Steinberg is currently rewriting Furry Friday for New Line and Mandalay Pictures. Hannah Shakespeare wrote the John Cusack starrer The Raven which will be released in March 2012; Hannah has also written TV pilots for CBS, Fox, John Wells, and others. English thriller writers Dominic Morgan & Mathew Harvey just landed director John Moore (Die Hard 5) to direct their spec The Bridge which is currently out to cast. Thriller writer David Logan is rewriting Sebastian Knight at Paramount and adapting Once Were Cops for Articulus Entertainment. In television, Ross represents Brad Buecker, a co-executive producer and director on both Fox’s hit series Glee and American Horror Story on FX. For more information on Ross and his company, please click here
About Online Webinars:
This webinar will take place on WebEx. WebEx is a simple, online, user-friendly interface that allows you to participate in this event by listening to the speaker and moderator through your computer speaker or headphones, submitting questions during the Q&A period at the end of the event, and watching the video of the event at any time after the webinar is complete. Don't worry, the process is easy!
Refund Policy: If techinical difficulties are experienced or speakers are unable to attend or must be rescheduled, refunds will be issued only in the form of admission to a future event of your choice.
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