Join Janice and Mitchell Peck on The Freelance Life broadcast, Wednesday
May 28, 2014 at 3:30 EST. Mitchell will shed some light on the often mysterious/opaque process of breaking in to Hollywood as a screenwriter outside the system by using real-life case studies of nine screenwriters who Mitchell has personally helped get represented by agents, sell their scripts to movie studios, and/or get their scripts produced by major movie studios.
Mitchell Peck, founder of Hollywood Embassy, is a Producer of three studio movies (and numerous studio script development deals) — all based on screenplays he developed with first-time, unrepresented writers. For 20 years in Hollywood as a producer, he’s specialized in working with aspiring writers outside the Hollywood system – developing their scripts, and successfully guiding them into top literary agency representation, studio deals, and produced movies (click here to view Mitchell’s IMDB page)
Mitchell recently decided to open a boutique screenplay consultancy, Hollywood Embassy – to help serious, aspiring screenwriters improve their scripts professionally.
Please CLICK HERE for a link to the “About” page on Mitchell’s Hollywood Embassy website; if you scroll a quarter of the way down the page, you’ll see a piece written by Mitchell titled, “How Hollywood Embassy Began.”
For more information about Producer Mitchell Peck and his boutique screenplay consultancy, please visit HollywoodEmbassy.com.
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Are you thinking of making the leap into full-time freelancing?
Do you struggle with the connection between your creative work and the necessity for being a competent entrepreneur?
Join us for The Freelance Life on Wednesday, December 8, at 3:30 p.m. EST as we interview Tom Copeland ofBullworthy on how he’s gone from zero to “more than enough to survive” while doing something he loves. Tom will share the Top Five Things You Need To Do in Order to Make It as a Freelance Writer or Editor, and he’d love to answer any questions you’d like to ask. Don’t miss this opportunity!
Tom is a freelance writer, Web developer, and founder of Bullworthy, an online content management firm for small business. Tom’s work has been published on Equities.com, The Business Insider, The Working Writer’s Coach, and more. You can read more about him and his work at his member website, TomCopeland.naiwe.com.
Copywriter and NAIWE member Michelle Hill was downsized early this year, which gave her the perfect opportunity to take her copywriting business full time. But how do you take a freelance career from spare-time moonlighting to a full-time income quickly enough to keep your house, car, and sanity? When I noticed that Michelle’s Facebook post about celebrating her best client week ever, I knew we had to have her on The Freelance Life to tell us how she did it.
Mark your calendar for Wednesday, December 2, 2009 at 3:30 EST; 12:30 Pacific and join us for an inspiring interview at The Freelance Life on TalkShoe Online Radio.
While you’re there, you may want to listen to 7 Things Every Writer and Editor Needs in the New Economy. It will help you as you plan for 2010.
Finally, don’t forget that today (Monday, Novemeber 30) is the last day for the Thanksgiving Dues Discount for new members. Use Coupon Code 9A4DEC0 to get $27 off dues. We look forward to having you join us so that we can work together toward your growing success.