LAST CHANCE! Tomorrow @ 7PM Sizzle Reel Secrets and Expensive Mistakes / Free Book Perk

Greetings,

"Sizzle Reels" are often described as a magic bullet when it comes to getting funding for a film, or getting a TV series picked up for production, but often a sizzle reel is a colossal waste of time and a very expensive mistake.

This workshop reviews the properties of successful sizzle reels, how you can swiftly produce them when they make sense. Find out when a short film, a $10K feature film, a documentary, a reading, or a book really is a better investment of your time. 

Even if you aren't a producer, you need to know about Sizzle Reels because:

  • Producers may ask you to participate in creating one (as a writer, performer, or crew) and working on an ill-conceived one can waste months of your time

  • Knowing what a sizzle reel is and isn't can help you ensure sizzle reels you do decide to participate in stay right on track.

To attend this live online workshop, sign up at https://nancyfulton.gumroad.com/l/dUzqTK/VID0nly

If you sign up for this workshop, you'll get three more workshops this month, and a whole library of videos and workbooks at https://nancyfultonmeetups.uscreen.io/catalog

Questions? Please email nancy@nancyfultonmeetups.com.

Best Wishes,

Nancy Fulton

www.nancyfultonmeetups.com

PS: VIP/Pros should just have received an email to all 4 December Events.

Perk: I'm a mystery novel addict. If you are too, check this link to find a bunch of great books you can get free: https://books.bookfunnel.com/pka-mystery-giveaway/se2unq7pzg

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