2002-2003 Writer's Guide to Hollywood Producers, Directors and Screenwriter's Agents
Prima, June, 2001.
Trade Paperback, 432 pages.
Skip Press returns with an updated edition of his must-have guide for screenwriters. Each year, Skip puts together a complete resource for screenwriting, with articles, advice, analysis and contact information for agents, directors and producers. The first section of the book, the articles, provides advice about finding agents, breaking into the business, gurus, digital filmmaking and screenwriting software. The book is peppered with great web links and resources. Skip also provides articles about online resources, including "The Hollywood Library: How to Research Tinseltown" and "Working the Hollywood Web." Budding screenwriters who purchase this book will collect a virtual treasure trove of resources from which to expand their knowledge and research. Skip's listings of agents, directors and producers are more than just simple contact listings; for each listing Skip writes a personal anecdote, which includes some of his coveted Hollywood knowledge. Skip Press, who is an author, writer, professional screenwriter and instructor, is also the author of The Complete Idiot's Guide to Screenwriting. Skip's advice in the 2002-2003 Writer's Guide is practical and sincere. It will soon become obvious to the reader that Skip is familiar with every screenwriting market, tool and resource on the planet. Skip's annual Writer's Guide is required reading for all screenwriters.
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This review was published in the August, 2001 of The Internet Writing Journal.
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