Pitching Workshop: 
The Art Of The Pitch

PITCHING IN THE STORY EXPO PITCHING ROOM? If you're getting ready to pitch your project to an agent, manager or development executive, your pitch has to be the best it can be. Join Hollywood vet James Dalessandro for one of his most loved classes on how to tighten and elevate your pitch to be the best it can be.



At age 23, James founded the Santa Cruz Poetry Festival, the nation's largest literary event, with Ken Kesey and Lawrence Ferlinghetti.  An alumnus of the UCLA Writing Program, Dean Richard Walter called him a "sensational writer," and Screenwriting 434's Lew Hunter said "he is one of the four or five best screenwriting teachers in the world."  He's published two #1 National Bestsellers: "1906" A Novel," which Brad Bird may direct before James dies, and "Citizen Jane" which was developed at CBS and Court TV before winding up as Hallmarks only true crime movie.  He is the screenwriter of both.  His musical "27" - about the musicians who created the Counter Culture- currently draws sell-out crowds in Las Vegas.  He co-created the new Stan Lee series "Restless," is co-creator and Executive Producer of "Duality" for Starlings Entertainment, and co-creator of the series "Petrosino" with Tom Fontana, based on James feature Playboy article.  He lives in San Francisco.   His previous pitching seminars at Expo have all been SRO. 

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