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LAST CHANCE! TONIGHT @ 7 Live Workshop on Hollywood Film Disasters & Lessons Learned (TIKTOK Workshop Coming Up)


We have a workshop tonight at 7PM where we'll be discussing Significant Hollywood Disasters and Lessons Learned.

Sign up to attend at to get ALL the live online workshops listed below and access to 120+ recorded workshops covering hundreds of ways to make money from books, films, episodic TV content, etc.

Tonight's Significant Hollywood Disasters and Lessons Learned workshop is very important if you are pitching a film or producing a project in Hollywood. The projects we'll talk about have had a major impact on every project in recent years. You need to know these horror stories because when studios, investors, banks, name talent etc. look at your projects and listen to your pitches, these spectres of disaster haunt them. You need to know what everyone's afraid of . . .

For writers, actors, directors, etc this workshop helps you understand why you hear "No" a lot more often than "Yes" when you pitch ideas. You also need to understand how even when you're doing your very best work, on a project that makes money and wins awards, you might wish you never worked on the project at all.

IMPORTANT! Writing a book? Want to make money from it? We have a face-to-face event coming up on April 15 in Hollywood. You can sign up for it here:


Remember, to attend these any or all these events you sign up for $20 at and you get access to the events and 120+ recorded workshops as well.

April 6 @ 7PM: (Significant) Hollywood Disasters and (Important) Lessons Learned by Producers, Directors, Screenwriters, etc.

Sometimes, when you're new to Hollywood or the business of film/media production, you wonder why people at the studios and big production companies seem so skittish, demanding, rigid, unapproachable, or ready to walk away. In this workshop, you learn about many of Hollywood's most famous mistakes, which turned out to be pretty horrible and life-changing experiences for the people involved. You'll learn how these disasters and pyrrhic victories shaped the industry and the insiders who work in it. If you want to thrive as a writer, producer, director, etc. working with these folks, you need to understand what made these projects infamous, because they continue to govern us all today.  

April 13 @ 7pm: Using Custom Fonts Legally to Create Better Movie Posters, Book Covers, Pitches, etc.

If you think you are pretty good at design, and know where to find great stock images (,, etc) you may be shocked at just how awful your posters and book covers look. No matter what you do, or how hard you work, they look like they were made by an amateur. Often the problem is that you aren’t using professional fonts. If you shop for fonts you’ll find they range from “free” to hundreds of dollars. The problem with the free fonts is that they aren’t really free when you are using them commercially, which is to say for business purposes. That can turn into a big financial problem. In this workshop you’ll learn where to buy, how to buy, and how to use professional fonts in your work. You’ll learn why fonts are able to complete change human perception of an image, communicating when something is supposed to be horrifying, suspenseful, old fashioned, ancient, alien, or twenty minutes into the future. You’ll also learn how to mix fonts, so you don’t jar people’s eyes and minds by mixing the wrong kind or number of font types. 
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April 15 @ 11:00 Face-to-Face Lunch Meeting in Hollywood (VIP/PRO ONLY)

This workshop is best for VIP/PROS who want to address issues they are having with writing a book, getting a book edited and formatted, publishing their books, promoting/advertising their books, getting book reviews, finding an agent, etc. This is a live, in-person, face-to-face meeting for 10. There is a $10 to attend and the price of food isn't included. If you want to network, and you're looking for advice specific to your situation, this is a great event to attend

April 20 @ 7PM How to Buy and Use Special FX in Videos, Films, and Animations

In this workshop, you learn several fast and cost-effective ways to add special FX to your film posters, book covers, ads, and films. Just as there are libraries of stock images, there are libraries of special effects, and learning where to find them, and how to use them, can have a big impact in the kind and quality of projects you can do. You can spend a lot of money hiring others to create these FX for you, but learning how to create them yourself may well be a better investment. 

April 27 @ 7PM Attorney Asa Pitt: Creative Rights Agreements and the Impact of Divorce

In this workshop we’ll be addressing the importance of ownership of your screenplays, films, videos, designs and other intellectual property and how those rights can be impacted by a divorce. This is a critical workshop for anyone considering working creatively with a partner. This workshop is especially critical if you are married.

Asa Pitt is CEO and Founder of the Pitt APC law firm. Pitt APC is a boutique entertainment law firm that works with some of the biggest groups in entertainment, including the likes of Amazon and CAA. Asa specializes in working with up and coming artists and brands to ensure that their rights are protected. Pitt APC recently closed working as production counsel on the independent film, The Mattachine Family where Asa handled all agreements on behalf of the production company (talent, crew, locations, vendors, rights, investments, etc.). In addition to his entertainment clientele, Asa is constantly mediating divorce settlement agreements where he functions as a neutral third party, guiding negotiations between spouses towards an amicable divorce settlement. Asa studied Entertainment Law at the Chapman School of Law and previously worked in business and legal affairs at United Talent Agency.

To learn more about Asa’s work visit and You may want to check out his article on Collaboration and Co-Writer Agreements at

 Topics addressed in this workshop include:

  •  Intellectual Property Rights and Divorce
  • Who Controls Intellectual Property When Partners Work Without an Agreement
  • Creative Partnership Agreements and Why They Are Critical
  • Copyright Law and Estate Planning Considerations
  • The Role of Mediation in Creative Partnership Disputes and Divorce

 If you have questions about this workshop, email  If you would like to schedule a free consultation with Asa, email

May 4 @ 7PM Tik Tok Promotion 

In this workshop you learn how to promote yourself, your books, your films, and your other projects on Tik Tok. You’ll master skills that make creating great videos easier, including how to create amazing ones that don’t force you to be on screen.  You’ll also learn how to run ads, and how to acquire followers. Tik Tok is easier to use than Facebook or Twitter as a promotional tool, and many folks like it much better both as creator and viewer. 

Questions? Need Help? Stuck? Email If I don't have a quick answer for you, I usually know someone who does.

Best Wishes,

Nancy Fulton

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