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SCREENWRITER REPRESENTATION WORKSHOP

Classroom - Los Angeles Brought to you by Writing Pad
Registration ended: 07/25/2014
Class Begins: 07/26/2014   Ends: 07/26/2014
Class Time: 11:00 am - (PDT)
FEE: $180/$175 Registration Expired

Do you have that killer screenplay that’s dying to be sold but you have no idea how to get it to the right person? The best way to get an agent is to know one.

 

Enter Chad Snopek, manager, producer, and former agent, to take you through the process of finding literary representation. In this one day workshop, Chad will give you an overview of the business, the submission process, as well as tips for getting your foot in the door. You’ll submit samples of your work, and in the second half, Chad will meet with you one-on-one. Oscar not included.

 

Saturday, July 26, 2014

11 a.m. – 6 p.m. in Westwood

Location: Writing Pad West (10445 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90024)

Note: Class will be limited to 10 students. 

 

About the Instructor:

Chad Snopek is a manager, producer and former agent who represents screenwriters in both TV and Film. His clients include Pablo Fenjves (“Man on a Ledge”), and Mark Friedman (Executive Producer, NBC’s “Believe”). His clients have written ?lms for Pixar, Dreamworks, Warner Brothers, New Line, Disney, MGM, Miramax, Universal, Paramount, Fox, Fox Searchlight, Sony, New Line, Working Title, Lions Gate, Participant and HBO and original pilots for ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC.

 

He’s working with producers such as Bad Robot, Bruckheimer, Lorenzo Di Bonaventura, Davis Ent., Red Hour Films, Mandeville, Mike De Luca, Original Film and Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps. In the past, Chad produced THE THIRD WHEEL (Miramax), a romantic comedy starring Luke Wilson, Ben Af?eck and Denise Richards, as well as AMERICAN GIRL a dark comedy written by Scott Sandoe starring Jena Malone and Brad Renfro. 

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