By Fred Yager, Jan Yager
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But once it is time to “take a meeting,” as they say in the movie business, you need to be there in person, although you could of course fly in from anywhere for the meetings. “I always go with my client,” says Bonnie Black. There is a growing trend toward personal managers for screenwriters. A personal manager is someone who goes out and gets the work for his or her client. They usually work on a commission basis, like a Literary Agent, of 10 percent, but they are not authorized or trained to negotiate a deal for their client, only to find the deals.
Experience, Skills, and Personality Traits Doing the casting in student, local, or professional plays or films offers training. The ability to pick the right talent for each part is the key skill for a Casting Director; being able to meet deadlines and work with the film’s team, especially the director and producer, are also important. Organizational skills will help the Casting Director keep on top of all the available talent as well as the résumés and head shots that are submitted from all the potential new talent.
The Script Reader does for the producer, director of development, or literary agent what those busy professionals have no time to do, based on the sheer volume of material sent to them for consideration: They read through submissions and decide which ones are worth pursuing and which ones should be ignored. These Script Readers are not reading unsolicited material, since practically no one will read unsolicited material anymore for a whole host of reasons; they are the first to consider material that has been requested by the literary agent or the director of development.
Career Opportunities in the Film Industry, 2nd Edition by Fred Yager, Jan Yager