The Pitch: How to Sell Your Film to a Producer
So you have a great story concept or you may already have a script ready but how do you get this in the hands of a film producer? If you think someone will just magically come and fund you because you have a good script, you’re wrong. So how do you convince potential investors to make your film dreams come true?
Pitching has become an essential part in the filmmaking process but it is not an easy task and is an artform in itself. This one-day seminar will teach participants what and how to prepare the materials to be used when selling one’s film ideas to a producer. The instructor will also share practical tips and techniques as well as the right and wrong ways of pitching based on his years of study and work experience in the film industry.
Topics to be discussed:
- You and the Producer
- Pitching vs. Brainstorming
- Story vs. Concept
- The Deck
7) Main Characters
- Sample Decks
This one-day seminar consists of instructor-led lectures, visual presentations, and discussions.
- May 30 (Wed)
9 AM to 5 PM
PhP 2,850 (USD 70)
Includes materials, lunch and snacks.
Be sure to read the Registration Info before registering.