CWC Ep34: Selling screenplays with Ashley Scott Meyers

Ashley-Scott-MeyersAshley Scott Meyers of the SELLING YOUR SCREENPLAY podcast shared how he’s made a living from writing movies that aren’t the humongous box-office blowouts. His scripts have included such titles as Man Overboard and Ninja Apocalypse.

Ashley says that if you can write a low budget screenplays with 1-2 locations and a cast of 5 or so, you should have no problem selling it. He also offers a list-blast service (which Justin recently used and has only great things to say), which is pretty similar to the idea of an author newsletter that so many indie authors swear by. 

Tune in to hear Ashley’s other excellent advice on selling your screenplay.

Ashley’s credits (IMDb):

Ninja Apocalypse (writer) 2013/I Double Agent (Short) (story) / (writer) 2013 Rushlights (written by) 2008 Man Overboard (written by) 2005/II Reunion 2000 Dish Dogs (Video) (screenplay)


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2 thoughts on “CWC Ep34: Selling screenplays with Ashley Scott Meyers

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