Ms. Doyon, I see you referred to as a accomplished industry professional, and note on your website that you are an alternative to coverage by analysts who have never sold anything. (I agree)
BUT, I find no record of you having sold anything, either. If there are reasons for this (including my own shortcomings in searching industry databases :-) perhaps you could be a little more specific?
BTW...I admire the success of the golf movie, but note on imdb that the writer directed many films before that. I have to think that it's a lot easier for an established director to sell a script than somebody off the street.
I haven't quite figured out what the best route from street to suite is yet, but haven't ruled out getting critiques. (If I could just shake the feeling that most of it is high prices for opinions no more useful or qualified than my own.)
So you option option your script to Max Bialystock Productions for $1.
Now you can tell people you had a script optioned. Gives you clout, makes others eat their hearts out. For one lousy dollar. Hell of a deal.
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