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The Pitch Sheet

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Contributed By Glen Berry

  1. Pitch Sheet: Genre
  2. Money Talks

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  • Make sure your genre matches your budget and cast. This determines demographics and tells the distributor what to do with the movie in terms of marketing and sales.
  • If you have hard cash (equity investors), you can make the whole thing fly. If you don't, you're stuck in limbo with everyone else.
A real world pitch sheet, names redacted.
Another real world pitch sheet, this is in a more formal letter form.
The Pitching Process
The process of pitching and how that leads to closing the deal.
The Pitch Sheet
The one page pitch sheet that you will send to interested parties.
The Elevator Pitch
How to get your verbal pitched honed to perfection and succinct enough to get your foot in the door.