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ISA Verified Pro Seeking Adult Animation Comedy Projects

An established industry entertainment streamer is seeking Animation TV or Feature projects for ADULTS (18+) in the Comedy space. Hard PG-13 and/or R-rated projects only. 

Strong emphasis on underrepresented voices, story content, and female writers with a big comedic voice. Projects with an easy hook, big situation, and fun approach to social commentary will be put to the top of the list. Consider your current feature projects and if they could play to an adult audience via animation (in the comedy space).

Comps could be (and please research these): Archer, BoJack Horseman, Big Mouth, The Midnight Gospel (but serialized).

When submitting, a finished screenplay is not necessary BUT highly encouraged. If you are not submitting a finished screenplay, an excellent, well-developed, graphically designed pitchbook bible is necessary. Please also include a one page SYNOPSIS and a fully-developed logline that contains the series hook.

All unique and original voices welcome to apply! Union and non-union writers accepted. Scripts from anywhere in the world will be considered but must be English language.

When applying please write in the NOTE section (but not required):
- List of significant award wins (or add your profile link)
- Your country of origin (if not based in US)

This gig is posted on behalf of an ISA Verified Industry Pro

NOTE: An “ISA Verified Industry Pro” is a respected industry professional/company with the means to fund projects that suit their mandate. They wish to remain private and have entrusted the ISA to vet content to send to them. We will disclose their contact information to you when your script has passed the first round and is requested by them.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please provide a brief logline of no more than two sentences. Your logline will be the first element our team will use to evaluate your submission. This is your calling card for your script, is it doing its job?

1. What is the central crisis driving the narrative, particularly in the second act?
2. Who is your main character and what is their emotional arc?
3. What is the general setting or tone of the piece?

If you are struggling to encapsulate these elements of your concept, then we recommend submitting your project for a logline review. Please also read this article and watch this video, then edit your logline. We encourage you to keep trying new versions of your loglines until you get more attention from producers. Loglines are that important!