Many people have asked me how to get a manager or a producer for a screenplay. It’s very tricky.
Before that step, you write a good script. Below are resources to help you sort through some of the steps for screenwriting and marketing. I hope you find a resource that’s calling your name. One that when you read it, you say to yourself, “Ah, yes. This will help me.”
Copyright Your Script
One thing I learned from a Professional Producer is that before you share your screenplay with a manager or an agent, you should get it copyrighted.
Join a Critique Group for Screenwriters or a Writing group with diverse interests across many genres. I don’t have a list. It would probably be better if you could get in a group where you meet in person a few times. Then you could work online. Do what you feel comfortable doing. Protect yourself and your writing.
I hope this page helps you. If you know of resources that have helped you as a screenwriter, please let me know.
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