The Insider View: Live with Paradigm Literary Agent David Boxerbaum
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 7:15 PM (PDT)
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| Live Interview with Paradigm Literary Agent
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David Boxerbaum is one of the most prolific agents working in the industry today and is now an agent at the venerable Paradigm Literary Agency. He has worked with countless writers and scripts, packaging projects and seeing them all the way through the production process. He knows what studios look for in a script, and how to help screenwriters make their script marketable. Now is your chance to find out his advice for writers trying to break in and stay in the business.
During this informative webinar, we will ask David questions that will cover topics screenwriters need to know like:
As an aspiring screenwriter, you've asked these questions on message boards, at conferences, and to consultants. But now is your chance to ask an experienced Hollywood executive what you need to know about succeeding in today's industry.
Don't miss this opportunity to find out how Paradigm agent David Boxerbaum helps writers break in and stay in the industry, 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 $29. You will receive an email with instructions on attending this event.
There will also be a live question-and-answer session during the last 15 to 20 minutes of the webinar where all attendees can chat questions to David live. These questions will be chosen at random. You may also submit questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org attention David Boxerbaum Questions. These submissions will be considered for the Q&A as well.
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About David Boxerbaum:
David Boxerbaum currently works in the Motion Picture Literary Department at Paradigm Agency after a long prolific stint at APA. He joined APA in 2006 from Metropolitan Agency where he headed the literary department for four years. Prior to that he worked with Jerry Bruckheimer and Rob Fried before moving to the William Morris Agency, Endeavor and later, RKO Pictures, where he set up the 2003 Sylvester Stallone poker picture SHADE as a creative executive. Some of most recent works include David Guggenheim’s SAFE HOUSE, Ken Marino’s WANDERLUST, and Maria Maggenti’s DIRTY DANCING REBOOT.
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