Opening The Doors To Hollywood: How To Sell Your Idea, Story, Screenplay, Manuscript by Carlos De AbreuOpening The Doors To Hollywood: How To Sell Your Idea, Story, Screenplay, Manuscript by Carlos De Abreu

Opening The Doors To Hollywood: How To Sell Your Idea, Story, Screenplay, Manuscript

byCarlos De Abreu, Howard J. Smith

Paperback | October 15, 1997

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Finally! A step-by-step guide to the keys that unlock the doors to Hollywood.

Opening the Doors to Hollywood has all the information you'll ever need in order to tap into the $500 million spent yearly in Hollywood on acquiring and developing projects.

Discover how to:
Find a story
Rewrite it
Option it
Package it
Pitch it
Write it
Sell it
to film and television companies

Complete with a reference section that includes guilds/unions, libraries, sample contracts, seminars and workshops, trade publications, and writers' organizations, Opening the Doors to Hollywood is invaluable to any writer.
Carlos de Abreu, a best-selling author, screenwriter, producer, development professional, and marketing expert, established the Christopher Columbus Screenplay Discovery Awards as well as the Hollywood Film Festival.Howard Jay Smith is an author, produced screenwriter, lecturer, and development executive.  His development expertise inc...
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Title:Opening The Doors To Hollywood: How To Sell Your Idea, Story, Screenplay, ManuscriptFormat:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.75 inPublished:October 15, 1997Publisher:Crown/Archetype

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ISBN - 10:0609801104

ISBN - 13:9780609801109

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For anyone who ever thought they had a good idea for a movie or TV show, this invaluable reference provides all the information needed to get it into the right Hollywood hands. The book offers tips on finding story ideas, acquiring rights, and creating treatments and outlines, and reveals how big Hollywood TV and movie studios are organized and run