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Hey, screenwriters--

Just learned about these interesting new writing opportunities from Jeff Gund's Infolist, a great source for Hollywood jobs and writing opportunities. Check it out...
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Hi everyone,

Here's an opportunity for a writer for a half-hour animation project ala Family Guy - details are below.

As always, feel free to forward if you know someone that would be interested, and be sure to mention I sent you.

Good luck, and have a great day!

-Jeff

Jeffrey R. Gund
INFOLIST.com
Jeffrey R. Gund Music & Sound Design
Jeffrey R. Gund on IMDb
www.myspace.com/JeffGund
If you like the InfoList - Add a Comment on my Myspace page and let me know what you like about it!
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WRITERS WANTED
HALF-HOUR ANIMATION PROJECT GEARED FOR ADULT AUDIENCES, ALA FAMILY GUY

Award winning NY animation producer seeking writing talent to work with in Los Angeles. I am open to either new talent or experience writers, as long as you've got the talent.

There will be pay, commensurate with experience.

I am looking for someone to work with and develop a half hour format animated show geared for adult audiences, ala Family Guy.

TO SUBMIT:
Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com, and email your RESUME, and WRITING SAMPLE (if available), to: wise1too@aol.com.

Hi everyone,

This is an update to the previous posting - apparently the submission email address was not set up before and gave bounceback errors - but it's confirmed and ready to go now! So...

Here's a great opportunity for playwrights to have their one-act or full-length plays produced by the Edgmar Center for the Arts (Board Members include Steven Spielberg, Jason Alexander, Neil Simon, Kate Capshaw, etc.)

Details are below ˆ as always, feel free to forward if you know someone that would be interested, and be sure to mention I sent you for priority consideration!

Good luck, and have a great day!

-Jeff

Jeffrey R. Gund

INFOLIST.com

Jeffrey R. Gund Music & Sound Design

Jeffrey R. Gund on IMDb

www.myspace.com/JeffGund

If you like the InfoList - Add a Comment on my Myspace page and let me know what you like about it!
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FULL-LENGTH AND ONE-ACT PLAYS WANTED FOR PRODUCTION

The Edgemar Center for the Arts is a two-theater complex located in the Frank Gehry building in the heart of Santa Monica, with board members including Steven Spielberg, Jason Alexander, Neil Simon, Kate Capshaw, and others. The Edgemar Theater Group is our resident theatre company which is looking for NEW WORKS for the Lab Theatre Season.

We are looking for full-length and one-act PLAYS to be included in our monthly reading of selected scripts, which may then be considered for production by the company.

We are open to all genres, comedy and drama, including "cutting edge" works. Unpublished and unproduced plays are preferred, but we are open to plays which may have had a small run or "limited exposure."

This is a wonderful opportunity for writers to hear their works read by a group of talented actors, with the possibility of having your work produced by an established and reputable company.

TO SUBMIT:
Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com for priority consideration, and email scripts and your contact information to Les Brandt at: literary@edgemarcenter.org.

OR scripts can be mailed to:
The Edgemar Center
Literary Dept
Attn: InfoList Priority Submission
2437 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA 90405

For more information on the Edgemar Center, please visit: www.edgemarcenter.org.

We look forward to receiving your submissions!

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