Audrey Knox

Manager, Cartel Entertainment
Materials Due by 9:00am PT on day of session
Saturday 1/11

Sold Out - Waitlist Available

Pitch Tips

I don't need unique formats or "never before tried" ideas. I want fun, consistently sellable ideas, executed well, with a unique twist from a fresh perspective.

About Your Host

Audrey Knox worked her way up from Receptionist to Manager at the Cartel. She has experience in both scripted and unscripted television, on set, in production, and in writers’ rooms, and she has a BFA in Screenwriting from Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. Company clients' credits include ROYAL PAINS, CHARMED, BOJACK HORSEMAN, BROOKLYN NINE-NINE and HAPPY! to name a few.

HOW IT WORKS


  • Immediately after registering, you will receive an Order Confirmation email that serves as the receipt for your registration. In the Order Summary section of this email you will find a link reading "CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS" that will take you to instructions on how to submit your script via the Material Submission Form.
  • Your material submission is due as soon as you are ready, but no later than 9:00am PT on the day of the session.
  • During the session, the exec will read as many of your opening pages as they can get through in 8 minutes.
  • You will receive this exec's written feedback on your pages via email within 5 business days following the session unless otherwise notified.

Cancellation Policy

You may cancel for a full refund up to 72 hrs. prior to the start of the session. Cancellations requested after this deadline will be ineligible for refunds.

Questions?

If you have any questions at all about this program, email coordinator@roadmapwriters.com!

Specializes in:


Features
  • RomCom
  • Budgets to $30MM

TV
  • Drama
  • Comedy
  • Half-Hour Pilots
  • One-Hour Pilots
  • Network & Cable

Themes
  • Animation
  • "Buddy"
  • Crime/True Crime
  • Female-Driven
  • Studio Romantic Comedies, Lighthearted Procedurals, and Diverse Voices that come from unique experiences, upbringings, and cultures.
  • Diverse Writers

Specifically not interested in:

High budget or indie features, cable dramas, or "dramedies".