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FROM START TO SCREEN | PITCHING

The Accelerator Workshop with Mickey Rogers


DATE & TIME:
 
Sat 28 March 2015, 10:00-16:00
VENUE:
 The Poor School, Central London (5 mins from Kings Cross)
BOOKING:
 £50 DGGB | £65 Concs | £75 Standard
Limited number of participants.

 Book you place here     Pitching workshop pitch
  
COURSE CONTENT
 
In this workshop, you will:


  1.   Focus your content with a succinct log line
  2.   Articulate your assets as part of your pitch package
  3.   Ensure your marketing materials are compelling and clear
  4.   Pinpoint your markets and uncover financing possibilities
  5.   Practice pitching and receive feedback

The focus in Mickey's workshop lies on pitching projects for the screen. The basic premise of research, storytelling and presentation for the screen is similar in theatre and radio so the training day will be of interest to directors working in live media as well as in recorded media.

ABOUT THE TUTOR                 

Mickey Rogers is an international executive coach who has pitched her projects to global entertainment giants and she can help you. You’ll cut through the word clutter and stammer, by creating an authentic focus statement. Your project can be distilled into a clear message describing what you do, who you are and why they will care. With this clarity, you’ll attract the perfect buyers and audience for your project. 
 
 Pic Mickey Rogers    Mickey is an entrepreneur, broadcaster, and producer. She has over 20 award winning years in the media business and knows what it takes to launch profitable content into the international marketplace. With her strategic knowledge and complete honesty, Mickey will work with you to present your ideas clearly and persuasively.
Tutor site: www.mrogersmedia.com


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