Sean Robins (Partner, Broken Road Productions) - Month Mentorship

Writer will have unlimited email access with executive plus 4x one hour consultations with the exec. 

Exec will read up to 4 scripts in one month (different drafts of the same script or 4 different scripts) and conduct 4x one hour story notes calls. Calls will also include pitch preps, brand preps and career strategy. 

This is for writers with:
Drama, Comedy, Sci-Fi, Action, Thriller, Horror - Features and TV Pilots

About Sean:

Sean Robins has been at Broken Road since its inception and has been a partner for the last nine years. Robins has helped steer Broken Road’s slate including films such as PAUL BLART: MALL COP and PAUL BLART: MALL COP 2, KNIGHT AND DAY, ZOOKEEPER, HERE COMES THE BOOM, SORCERER’S APPRENTICE, JACK AND JILL, INTO THE STORM, THE SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE, TRUE MEMOIRS OF AN INTERNATIONAL ASSASSIN, NAKED, CADAVER, TAG, and the forthcoming ISN’T IT ROMANTIC, 1974 and HAUNT all in production or pre-production amongst others. On the television side, Broken Road produced MTV’s cooking show SNACKOFFand has recently sold over a dozen new projects.

Starting at George Clooney’s Maysville Pictures, and then running Robert Lawrence Productions for seven years, Robins has used his writing degrees both as a Producer and as a writer, having optioned many of his scripts in the past.

Robins is a graduate of Northwestern University and participated in the Peace Corps Partnership for Service Learning in Kingston, Jamaica. There he worked for the Jamaican Human Rights Council while taking classes at the University of Technology.

Robins grew up in the food and beverage business and parlayed his love of food into a fourteen-year, four thousand plus restaurant journey that saw him become the first and only person to eat at every restaurant listed in a Zagat Guide. Featured on CNN, KCRW’s Good Food, NBC, Delish, The Daily Meal, Robins created the concept for the restaurant ChocoChicken with partner Adam Fleischman of Umami Burger and 800 Degrees fame.



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