In our last article, we talked about the number one thing people are looking for in a premise-- the promise of conflict! (If you missed that article, you can check it out here.)
Digging in further and more deeply exploring pitches, the Development Executives at Think Hollywood wrote an article about another top question that often get asked to aspiring writers.
Yes, premises can have the promise of a ton of conflict-- let’s talk about one of the best ways to contextualize that conflict, so Producers can really follow you along during your pitch and not lose interest because you are confusing them!
A really interesting case study of how important it is for Producers, Execs, Marketers and the rest of the whole team to get a sense of the look, feel, and sounds from a pitch, check out this article written about a fictional take on a huge movie, and how various players react to the pitch.
The article this month was published by the New York Times and is titled, “Save My Blockbuster!”