A treatment and a pitch deck (aka look book) are two critical tools you need to get potential buyers and talent interested in your project. In this hands-on, interactive workshop, you’ll learn what goes into a successful pitch deck and what elements should be included in your treatment. You’ll review and discuss examples of treatments provided by Marilyn, and you’ll learn the optimal way to present yourself as the best person for your project. This workshop includes the rare opportunity to sharpen your tools and presentation skills by actually pitching to a Hollywood pro.
Advance preparation: Come to class with a logline (a two-sentence summary of your project) that you’ll use to pitch to Marilyn in the workshop.
Class size is limited to 20 participants to ensure participants get a quality learning experience, including plenty of time for interaction and Q&A with Marilyn.
Cost: $65; student price $45 (limited)
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Marilyn R Atlas is a Hollywood Talent/Literary Manager and Producer. Atlas has long been committed to diversity and portrayal of strong female protagonists. She’s the producer of the HBO Sundance winning film “Real Women Have Curves” (in development as a Broadway show) and “The Choking Game” on Lifetime among other films. Marilyn also produced several plays including the award winning “To Gillian on her 37th Birthday” and (Ashman Menken) “God Bless You Mr. Rosewater” as well as “Detained in the Desert” at the Guadalupe Theater in San Antonio among other plays. She has spoken at numerous writers’ conferences throughout the US and Europe. She’s currently developing projects based on diverse characters such as the Gary Phillips crime books and the award-winning middle school book series, “The Code Busters Club” for television, as well as developing a limited series in conjunction with Maten a Chinese-based production company. She’s also developing a TV project based on the manuscript, “Trouble With Dreamers”. She is the co-author of a relationship-based, screenwriting guide called “Dating Your Character,” – Stairway Press, Fall 2016.
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