What You Do When No One Wants To Buy Your Script

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Comedy writer expert Steve Kaplan gives us some honest, realistic tips on what to do when your spec is making no traction.

His advice? “Don’t take no for an answer. Don’t get angry. And do it yourself.”

This Rocky style philisophy is good advice, but it can be hard to keep full steam since (at least at this point in the process) you are struggling for money, equipment, etc.

Do you agree with Kaplan’s advice?

Source: http://thescriptlab.com/features/screenwriting-101/3290-what-you-do-when-no-one-wants-to-buy-your-script#

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