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Writer/Script Doctor Jonathan Harris reviews the process by which he works screenwriters and producers to draft or revise a series pilot and a bible they can use to pitch their projects.
- Topics covered in this event include;
- Why Producers Work with Ghostwriters
- Why Writers Work with Ghostwriters
- Turning Feature Film Screenplays, Novels, Stories, and Memoirs into Series
- Series Types including Half Hour, Hour, Stand-alone, Serial, Web, etc.
- Understanding Series Characters and their In-Episode & Series Arcs
- Creating a Pilot & Bible
- Ghostwriting Contracts & Approximate Costs
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