New possible job for writers from Infolist.com:

WRITING SAMPLES WANTED – COMEDIC ROMANCE/ACTION

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Ace LA – Comedic Crime/Action Samples
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We are looking for 5-10 page samples in the comedic romance/action genre for a possible writer-for-hire opportunity.

We are seeking a writer to develop an idea and concept centered on two famous male TV personalities (Mystery and Matador from VH1’s hit show “The Pick Up Artist”).

We need the writer to be skilled in story and plot development as well as creative and fresh dialogue for a young audience. Mystery will play an established illusionist in Vegas.

Please pitch your idea, and if the pitch interests us, we will request a 5-10 page sample from you. At this time, we are not looking for completed scripts. The samples should reflect an understanding of mixing comedy and romance amongst an ensemble of characters in a fresh new concept. In other words, we like stories in the vein of “The Hangover,” “Knocked Up,” “Wedding Crashers” and “Bad Boys.” If the sample interests us, we may request the first few pages or the completed script as a further sample. We are not open to any submissions that do not meet the above criteria.

Note:
We are only interested in credited writers who have sold scripts. Please submit a resume with the title and year of the script sale.

Budget will not exceed $20 million. WG and Non-WG writers may submit.

Our credits include securing funds for multiple films and projects as well previous projects with Sundance and Comedy Central.

TO SUBMIT:
1. Please go to www.InkTippro.com/leads
2. Enter your email address (you will be signing up for InkTip’s newsletter – FREE!)
3. Copy/Paste this code: aeacprb5ez
4. You will be submitting a logline and synopsis only, and you will be contacted to submit the full script only if there is interest from the production company.

IMPORTANT: Please ONLY submit your work if it fits what the lead is looking for EXACTLY.

If you aren’t sure if your submission fits, please ask InkTip first. Please mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com and please email any questions to:
jerrol@inktip.com