Mallory O'Meara, photo © Allan Amato

Taught by
Author & Producer & Screenwriter & Podcaster
& Survivor of a Thousand Pitches

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How Does It Work?

1. Written course content released weekly over 5 weeks.

2. Homework, designed to help you take any project and develop it into a pitch.

3. A repeatable formula to make the process work for all your projects.

4. Four live Q&A sessions

5. Live reviews of real pitch concepts from students.

6. Opportunities to test drive your pitch during the live Q&A

This course is for You if:

1. You want to talk confidently about what you do wherever you are and whoever you’re with.

2. You want to negotiate good pricing for your work.

3. You deal with social anxiety for those critical live networking events

4. You want to network effectively, and without anxiety.

5. If you have a project you’re working on right now, the live workshop will boost to get to you the finish line.

A taste of what you’ll learn in THE ART OF THE PITCH…

What Is A Pitch? How Do I Put One Together?
Find out what a good pitch should sound, read, or look like. We pitch in multiple mediums and this lesson will cover all of them.

Where Do I Pitch?
Spoiler: everywhere all the time. But specifically, Mallory will cover how to network, how to find possible homes for your project, how to decide if you need assistance from an agency, and how to decide if an interested company is right for your project.

How Do I Pitch?
Includes how to talk about your project in person and online or in email, pitch etiquette, how to win over your audience, and an email template.

How Do You Know When You’re Ready To Pitch?
Know when you’ve got your pitch locked. Includes editorial direction, market research, pitch checklist and project development.

What Do I Do Now?
You don’t pitch and run, there’s a post pitch procedure. This includes follow up etiquette, how to go forward with a successful pitch, when to change your pitch and how to keep your momentum going.

Mallory O’Meara is an author, screenwriter and producer for Dark Dunes Productions. Along with freelance screenwriting and film projects, her latest production is the Dark Dunes feature film Yamasong: March of the Hollows. Mallory is also developing a new puppet feature film with Dark Dunes. 

Whether it’s for the screen or the page, Mallory seeks creative projects imbued with the weird; horror and monsters are her passion.

Mallory hosts the podcast Reading Glasses alongside filmmaker and actress Brea Grant. The weekly show is hosted by Maximum Fun and focuses on book culture and reader life. Along with Brea Grant, Mallory is a regular columnist at Apex Magazine.

Her first book, The Lady From The Black Lagoon, the chronicle of Mallory’s search for and a biography of Milicent Patrick, is being published by Hanover Square Press, release date TBA. Mallory is represented by Brady McReynolds at JABberwocky Literary Agency, Inc.

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