Completed Scripts: How Many Should I Have Before Attempting to Secure Representation – BlueCat Advice Video

BlueCat Founder and Judge Gordy Hoffman talks about how many completed scripts a writer should have in their arsenal before attempting to secure representation. While you may have heard that a writer needs to have multiple scripts at-the-ready before approaching an agent, Gordy says to make sure you have at least one screenplay, preferably a couple more, that is in rock solid shape, not several half-baked ideas.

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Founded by writer Gordy Hoffman, the BlueCat Screenplay Competition has been discovering and developing writers for over twenty years. Each writer who enters BlueCat is guaranteed a written analysis by one of our talented readers, in the hopes of providing constructive feedback that will help you grow as a writer. 

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One Response to “Completed Scripts: How Many Should I Have Before Attempting to Secure Representation – BlueCat Advice Video”

  1. nick s. Says:

    November 18th, 2014 at 4:08 pm

    Excellent! Thanks, Gordy! : )

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