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Screenwriting Bible

Screenwriting Bible

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Target Market

What is the best market for your script?

What is the best venue for your project? (Where similar products can be
found)

List producers and production companies that produce for this market.

If appropriate for your market, list the actors or actresses you feel
would best fill as cast to your movie.

List potential direction for your project.

List individual agents if you plan to sell to agents.

Making Contacts

Who in the film business has read your work and responded favorably?

Who do you know in business you can refer you to someone else otherwise
helpful?

List friends, family, associates, etc. who might have business contacts.

List places you can go to network: writer’s groups, clubs, seminars,
etc.

List other marketing research sources (trades, directories).

List other ideas that might be right for your script, such as contests.

This material is © and ™ 2005 by Sir William K. Coe™. All rights reserved. Reader agrees to
have read and abide to the license, warnings, and additional documents listed within the
beginning chapters of this book. Includes third-party content not owned by Sir William K. Coe™.

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The Screenwriting Bible™
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