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Finally, a book that tells the truth about the art of pitching in Hollywood. In clear language, suitable for the beginner or the seasoned Hollywood professional this book breaks it down, step by step. From choosing the right idea, to selling it in the room, this book tells you how it's done.

With decades of combined experience working in Hollywood as buyers, sellers and teachers, the authors have created the definitive book that will demystify the pitching process. It shows a reasoned, logical point of view and is supported by numerous specific examples. If you want to work in the Hollywood creative community, you must know how to pitch. This book will show you how.

This audiobook is the complete and unabridged 2nd edition.

©2015 Douglas Eboch, Ken Aguado (P)2015 Douglas Eboch, Ken Aguado

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What made the experience of listening to The Hollywood Pitching Bible: A Practical Guide to Pitching Movies and Television the most enjoyable?

It was relevant, detailed, yet not filled with a bunch of useless content. Very practical and to the point.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Hollywood Pitching Bible: A Practical Guide to Pitching Movies and Television?

It explained the differences between pitches for television and film, and what is expected of a screenwriter

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