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Focus on the concept and structure first. If these two are in place and well thought out, characters will come. If the story is about an individual in particular, make this the focus of your pitch and why someone would be interested in hearing their story.
Will Iannaccone was born and raised in New Jersey, graduate The College of William and Mart in 2017 with a degree in History, and moved out to Los Angeles shortly after to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. He worked as an assistant and coordinator in the talent department at Innovative Artists, and then went to work in the Motion Picture Talent Department at United Talent Agency. He is a fierce advocate for artists, and believes that any good story is only as good as its script/source. He has read and given notes out hundreds of scripts over the last three years, and has pinpointed different material (books, articles, etc.) for the agencies clients to adapt.
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