Attend FilAm Creative’s “Perfect Your Pitch for TV and Film” Workshop; Friday, April 27.

Ever wondered how to pitch your TV show or feature film to investors, producers, studios, or major networks?

FilAm Creative invites you to our “Perfect Your Pitch for TV and Film” workshop with award-winning screenwriter and producer Donald Martin.


This 3-hour experiential workshop, during which pitches are presented and analyzed, is designed to develop your pitching skills, observe the do’s and don’ts of pitching, and how to get your foot in the door.

Date: Friday, April 27, 2018

Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm

Location: Academy of New Musical Theater

5628 Vineland Ave, North Hollywood, CA 91601

Price: $45 – Register here:

Street parking available after 6pm, please observe street signs.

Instructor Bio:

Screenwriter/Producer Donald Martin has lectured and taught workshops on pitching and screenwriting at film schools such as the American Film Institute (AFI), University of Southern California (USC), University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), New York University (NYU), Pepperdine University, LA Film School, and many more. He has been commissioned to write feature screenplays for Miramax, Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures and has over 40 produced movies and mini-series to his credit in television. His wide range of work (such as the feature film MILTON’S SECRET, starring Donald Sutherland and Michelle Rodriguez; the feature film TOTO, shot in Manila; HBO Films’ DIM SUM FUNERAL; and Reelz Channel’s BOMB GIRLS: FACING THE ENEMY) has garnered worldwide recognition and won international awards and nominations for Best Feature Film, Best Screenplay, Best Foreign Film, Best TV Movie, Best Actress, and Best Supporting Actor/Actress.

NOTE: Recording of any kind will not be permitted.

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