facebook_pixel
Managing TV Writers ft. Daniela Garcia-Brcek (Circle of Confusion) (PT59)

Managing TV Writers ft. Daniela Garcia-Brcek (Circle of Confusion) (PT59)

Alex and Nick invite Daniela Garcia-Brcek, manager at Circle of Confusion, to discuss the ins-and-outs of managing TV writers.

What is the relationship between managers and screenwriters? What should TV writers do before getting a manager? How do managers find their clients? What are differences in representing TV writers, feature writers and playwrights? What kind of material attracts managers? When should you let go of your representatives?

The Paper Team gets signed…

SHOWNOTES

Content

Becoming a manager, representing TV writers, finding clients, writer’s voice, queries, working with clients, staffing, developing projects, letting go of your rep or client (00:00:32)
Resources and Next Week On (01:01:36)

Links

Daniela Garcia-Brcek on Twitter
Circle of Confusion
Breathe In
Darren Aronofsky
Spare Parts
Ryan Coogler
Entourage
Eric “E.” Murphy
Mayhem

Resources

“Musts, Maybes, and Nevers” – David V. Picker
“The Operator” – Thomas R. King
“Inventing David Geffen” (26×07 – American Masters)

Special thanks to Alex Switzky for helping us edit this episode.

If you enjoyed this episode (and others), please consider leaving us an iTunes review at paperteam.co/itunes! :)

You can find Paper Team on Twitter:
Alex@TVCalling
Nick@_njwatson
If you have any questions, comments or feedback, you can e-mail us: [email protected]

Subscribe to

Paper Team

Or subscribe with your favorite app by using the address below

2 Comments

  1. Leesa

    October 1, 2017 at 6:07 AM

    Great interview!

  2. Alex

    October 23, 2017 at 12:49 AM

    Thanks for the listen! :D

    (And if you enjoy the podcast, don’t forget to leave us a review on iTunes. :p )

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

TV Writing For You

Alex Freedman

I'm Alex Freedman, the writer behind TV Calling.


I started this site in 2008 to chronicle my own journey in television writing.

768 posts and 10 years later, TV Calling has also become a comprehensive resource dedicated to the full TV writing industry — from spec to success.


Everything here is written by yours truly (unless otherwise credited), so feel free to blame me for any missed deadlines.


I hope you'll answer your television calling, and join me in this creative journey.


Write on.


P.S.: New around? You should start here.

What’s Alex Watching?

Big BrotherSharp ObjectsCastle RockMurphy BrownCloak & Dagger
TV Calling

TV Calling