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The Hollywood Pitching Bible

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About the Authors
Douglas J. Eboch

Douglas J. Eboch

Douglas J. Eboch is a professional screenwriter and director who wrote the original screenplay for the movie Sweet Home Alabama starring Reese Witherspoon, which set a box office record for a September opening. Mr. Eboch also wrote the game Nightmare Cove, the short story Recon published in The Colored Lens, and the children’s plays Sleepover at the Stables and Magi Road Trip which have been performed hundreds of times around the U.S. The Scriptwriter’s Network awarded him the Carl Sautter Screenwriting Award for Best New Voice in Feature Films. He has a BA in Film Production and an MFA in Screenwriting from the University of Southern California.

Mr. Eboch currently teaches screenwriting and pitching at Art Center College of Design. He has taught screenwriting and pitching workshops for the Singapore Media Academy, LMU, CSUN, and Scriptwriters Network. In addition to co-writing the Hollywood Pitching Bible, Doug is the author of The Three Stages of Screenwriting.

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Ken Aguado

Ken Aguado

Ken Aguado is an Emmy-winning producer, screenwriter and author. His recent credits include the acclaimed theatrical film An Interview with God, which he wrote and produced, and the multiple award-winning PBS documentary Miracle on 42nd Street. His producing credits include The Salton Sea, Sexual Life, Standing Up, and many more. In addition to co-writing “The Hollywood Pitching Bible,” Ken also wrote the book “Based On: A Non-Lawyer's Guide to Acquiring Film and Television Rights from Everywhere.” Ken is a frequent guest speaker at film schools and entertainment industry events across the country and around the world.

Ken was born and raised in Westchester County, New York. He attended Tulane University in New Orleans where he graduated with a degree in Psychology.

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