What if You could Afford to Pitch Like Bruckheimer?
In many situations, the person you pitch your idea to will have to pass it up the line to convince his or her boss to get excited about it as well. As you can imagine, the books are a valuable tool in this process-they're easy to send along with a script, and they help others help you.
Don't take our word for it though. TV Producer Katy McCaffrey sums up the lookbook advantage pretty succintly. "With the lookbook that Voyage helped us put together, the reaction in the room during the pitch was visceral. The project now had this "wow" factor that the average pitch doesn't have and it made the buyers open their eyes and pay attention.
These are the top benefits that our clients and industry experts report:
"Voyage Media has a staff of smart, talented designers who delivered a look-book that gave our pitch a slick, sexy, and memorable souvenir. It looked so cool, I admit I had a hard time leaving it behind. But it's a good thing they pried it out of my hands --- we sold the pitch!"
-Pamela Ribbon, TV Writer
Here's the deal:
The pitch-season is short and this offer is only good until September 15.
But if you're still fleshing out your script or idea and can't quite make that deadline, all you need to do is make a deposit and secure that you get the reduced price after that date. And this offer is good for movie pitches too.
Best of luck to you as you gear up! We look forward to hearing from you.
Here are a few other recent comments we've received from some of our clients.
"Using their own funds, they produced a hardcover tome that featured notes, comic panels, color photos and storyboards on how they envisioned the movie. During a meeting with the production head, the duo dropped the book on the desk, saying, "This is what we want do to."
-The Hollywood Reporter
on The Hughes Brothers' sale of
Gentlemen of Leisure (Developed with Voyage Media) to HBO.
"As a television writer/producer I've pitched and sold multiple pilots to the broadcast networks and have always done so with words alone. So last year when I worked with Jerry Bruckheimer's company on a pilot that landed at ABC, I was dubious when they told me that they always go into a pitch with visual aids. Any question in my mind dissipated the minute I saw the work Voyage had put together. As I walked through the pilot story, one of my producers flipped through a look book-- images of the characters, the color palate right down to the crime scene. Television is a visual medium and having the images to go along with my words turned out to be priceless."
- Chris Levinson,
on selling "Hopscotch" to ABC
"Our confidence when we head into pitch meetings is fantastic; and for two dudes like Andy and myself, who are just trying to break into television, it makes all the difference in the world to not only show our creative abilities, but our professional approach to our project due to the phenomenal package you and your team put together for us."
A2 Entertainment Group, LLC