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I’m Julian Friedmann, author of the Make Money Screenwriting books and co-owner of the Blake Friedmann Literary Agency, where I represent both book and scriptwriters and also act as an Executive Producer for clients.
I’ve taught at universities and film schools all over the world and my TED Talk on storytelling has been viewed over 950,000 times. Find out more on my About page.
This site includes a blog with industry insights, free resources such as show bibles, and a place to ask me questions.
MAKE MONEY SCREENWRITING - REVIEWS
If you want to be a scriptwriter but aren’t really sure what to do about it, then you could do a lot worse than reading Julian Friedmann’s HOW TO MAKE MONEY SCRIPTWRITING. Friedmann knows what he’s talking about, which he does in a witty and entertaining way, informing without patronising. Go and buy it.
A No-Nonsense Guide To Screenwriting Success.
Julian gets directly to the meat of the matter: How to do more than write. How to BECOME A WRITER. Peppering his own encyclopaedic knowledge and experience with citations from worldwide sources, this is an indispensable resource for anybody looking to break into the business side of the show.
B. Robert Schultz
Screenwriter, Pitch Coach, Producer at London Screenwriters' Festival
For serious writers who want to build their careers. Julian Friedmann is a powerhouse, a literary agent of more than forty years’ standing, this book contains a wealth of his knowledge that will be useful and applicable to screenwriters.
Lucy Hay - Bang2Write
Writer, Script Editor, and creator of bang2write.com
An excellent text that’s a must read for all screenwriters.
A thoughtful, engaging and hugely informative read for all screenwriters who want to better understand how to turn their dreams into a career.
Author of MAKING A GOOD SCRIPT GREAT
MAKE MONEY SCREENWRITING BOOKS
Screenwriting is show business.
If you can write, can you do the business? Have you chosen the right subject and format for your idea?
If you do have an agent, show them you understand the business, and learn how they build careers for their clients.
And negotiate key deal points in your favour.
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