“The art of pitching is one part idea, one part delivery and about ten parts chutzpah. Ken Rotcop coaches his students on how to make prospective producers fall in love.”
Patricia Ward Biederman, Los Angeles Times
“Before you can get someone to read your screenplay you have to know how to pitch them on the idea. Ken Rotcop, an award-winning writer, is the master at teaching writers how to pitch. Remember, it’s all in the pitch, it’s all in the pitch!”
Oprah Winfrey, the Oprah Winfrey Show
“Forget about snappy dialogue, characterization and plot. It’s the pitch that gets a script read and a movie deal done. If were not for Ken Rotcop, most new writers would out of the loop.”
John Lippman, Wall Street Journal
The pitch is an executive’s first impression of you. The executive must decide whether they like your story, whether they like you, and whether they see the possibility of making a profit. All within two minutes!
Rotcop’s sure-fire tips on pitching will show you how to gently grab the executive by the throat and not let go until they agree to read your script.
About Ken Rotcop
Ken Rotcop is the former Creative Head of Hanna-Barbera Studios, where he wrote for Richie Rich and Superfriends and supervised Charlotte’s Web.