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Sunday, October 30, 2011

Babz Buzz 17 - posted by Don

Babz BuzzBabz Buzz 17.

Each month Literary Agent, Babz Bitela of Silver Bitela Agency talks soup to nuts about screenwriting.

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1 Comments so far

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Bakhshi
November 19th, 2011 at 1:43 pm

Dear Ms. Bitela

I am an Iranian writer and I have written a screenplay which is called “The Preacher’s End”. The shortest way to describe it is this: imagine Charlie Kaufman would have written “Inception”, the result is my screenplay. It is a low budget, 93 page long, spiritual Christian fantasy drama.
Ma’am how can I get you to read my script? How can I send you my script?
with Respect
M, Bakhshi

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