Hosted by Jake Detharidge - Producer, The Offices Of...
Pitching is hard enough but now someone drops the term 'pitch deck' - what the heck is it and do you need one? Jake Detharidge (Producer, The Offices Of…) is here to break it all down and quell your fears about what a pitch deck is all about. Jake will use real live examples to walk you through different types of pitch decks, demonstrating the standard things included in all of them, but also showcasing how each one is unique. Plus, he’ll discuss when, where, and why you might need one.
Jake has generously offered to read a one-page synopsis from each writer that attends this Webinar! After this Webinar, instructions will be sent out on how you can submit FOR FREE a one-page synopsis (features, pilots, webseries, unscripted, etc.) to Jake for review. This 90-Min. Webinar Will Cover:
- What a pitch deck is, when and why you'd need one
- How to avoid pitfalls including the things that are not necessary to include
- Determining if your project is financially or character driven
- Finding the number one thing that will sell your project
- A guide on the top aspects to include about your project
- Live Q&A!
About Your Host:
Jake Detharidge is an established Los Angeles feature film and television executive specializing in development, packaging, marketing, distribution, acquisitions, and production. Currently, Jake is spearheading the Los Angeles offices of the new independent production company, The Offices of....
Recently, Jake served as Vice President for film finance and production house Drive Films, and successfully launched their LA offices for partners Kyle Mann and Michael Risley. Coming aboard in September of 2015, in less than a year Jake successfully developed and packaged four original film projects that went into production at the end of 2016, while also developing and setting up their first TV series and establishing Drive’s LA footprint.
Prior to Drive, Jake ran development and production for equity finance company 3311 (Lake Bell’s In A World, and Michael Polish’s Big Sur). During his time at 3311, Jake also ran scripted TV development for the company's joint partnership with Dana Brunetti and Trigger Street.