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    May 10th, 2011

    Class 3 – The Keys to Getting and Keeping Representation with Rachel Miller

    Getting representation is one of the hardest things to do in the entertainment business – but it’s also what will help take your career to the next level. In this class, Rachel Miller, President of Management/Production Company Tom Sawyer Entertainment, takes you step by step through the representation process. She will discuss; When is the right time to look for representation; the best ways to get noticed by an agent or manager; The difference between agents and managers; How to find the representation that is right for you; How to make sure your rep doesn’t fire you; and she’ll also reveal all the dirty secrets of what goes on behind the scenes in representation.

    Rachel Miller launched Tom Sawyer Entertainment (TSE) in February 2006 to manage the careers of young, innovative writers and directors of feature films and television. Since launching, TSE has expanded its roster to include animation, digital media, book representation and comic book talent. TSE’s first feature film production HAPPYTHANKYOUMOREPLEASE, written and directed by Josh Radnor won the Audience Award at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival and will be in theaters in March 2011.  Rachel has also sold the feature film DREAM ON from an original idea of hers to Mandate Pictures and sold client Josephine Angelini’s debut novel Starcrossed as the first book in a three-book series to Harper Teen for seven figures.

    Rachel attended college at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and interned with film producer Debra Hill and Joan Scott Management (founder of Writers & Artists). After graduating, Rachel returned to her hometown of Los Angeles and paid her dues by working at Endeavor Talent Agency, Handprint Entertainment and production company Red Wagon Entertainment. She also launched, a website and blog to give honest answers to emerging writers and directors about “Everything Entertainment,” and is a featured blogger on

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