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BPS 052: Story$elling Your Screenplay with Heather Hale

Story$elling Your Screenplay with Heather Hale

Today on the show we have returning champion Heather Hale.  Heather Hale’s new book Story Selling: How to Develop, Market, and Pitch Your Film & TV Projects helps you get your stories out of your head and onto the worldwide stage. From the inspiration and conception of all kinds of creative writing, through the development and refinement of all the elements, to navigating the legal, financial, physical production, distribution and marketing labyrinths of the overlapping businesses of mass media, she explores how (and why) we write, co-create, share and monetize stories around the world today.

Heather Hale, How to Work the Film and TV Markets: A Guide for Content Creators, Story Selling: How to Develop, Market, and Pitch Your Film & TV Projects

Pitching is an art form that brings together content and communication channels. Regardless of What you’re pitching . . . Where, When and to Whom . . . the principles are universal. It’s How you pitch that matters ― and there are countless strategies that combine elements in different combinations.

Heather’s book details all of them, their construction and applications, in a fun and interactive way that inspires readers to create memorable and saleable pitches in order to get their projects made.

Enjoy my conversation with Heather Hale.

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  1. Brad Houston on August 30, 2019 at 5:11 pm

    This was awesome. Thanks again man! I wrote a different comment and then it ended up getting deleted because I had to generate a code on Facebook etc what a pain!

    Anyway short story I didn’t know what a treatment document was until not long ago so listening to things like this is awesome!

    I’ll have a documentary web series that I’m thinking about trying to get funding for. Was gonna go down the crowdfunding path but yeah I’ll probably get a look for investors!

    Hey love your work man please keep it up and if you know of any great places to find examples of treatment documents I’d love to hear about them! you can feel free to email me direct here in Australia cheers mate