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SHORT BIO:

Pietro Schito is an Italian screenwriter, producer. After working in TV production in Italy, he moved to Hollywood where he completed the New York Film Academy Screenwriting Program at its Universal Studios branch. Since then, he’s been focusing on animation, writing for film and TV in Hollywood, Spain, Mexico and Italy.¬†Two of his animated feature films are about to start production and he recently started a YouTube Channel to help screenwriters make their breakthrough in the industry. Follow Pietro on social media at @pietroschito and learn Screenwriting on WriteSomethingGreat.com

LIST OF SOCIAL MEDIA:

Write Something Great Website: https://writesomethinggreat.com
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/pietroschito
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/pietroschito/
IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm4784564/
My Production Company: https://puertafilms.com/en/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pietroschito

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FREE consultation

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This is a benefit I only give to my middle tier patrons, it’s the access to all the free PDFs I produce to help writers. From the Write Every Day Challenge, to our Ultimate Screenwriting Format Guide, all in one place.

Here’s a list of common questions you could ask. These are just suggestions.

  • How did your passion start and how did you become a working screenwriter?
  • What was it like moving away from Italy to Hollywood and then Mexico?
  • What should one write about? How do you find your voice as a screenwriter?
  • How do you deal with lack of motivation and writer’s block?
  • What’s the difference between writing for live action and writing for animation?
  • What would you tell your younger self about screenwriting as a career?
  • What are the initial stages of creating a script?
  • What should a new screenwriter do after they’ve completed their first draft?
  • How do you know when your script is ready?
  • What’s next for you?

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Film and TV project I’ve worked on in different capacities