Introduce Yourself : Director of Script Services for Stage 32 by Jason Mirch

Jason Mirch

Director of Script Services for Stage 32

Hey all! I am the Director of Script Services at Stage 32. Prior to coming on board with Stage 32, I worked in representation at a literary management company, and was a development and production executive for both Storyline Entertainment and Image Nation. I most recently produced an animated feature starring Jacob Tremblay, Mel Brooks and Kenan Thompson.

I love the development process and I am always happy to help writers and filmmakers with their projects. Please feel free to connect and reach out to me directly at j.mirch@stage32.com!

Derek Reid

Heya Jason! I am writing an animated-feature presently so perhaps I will shoot you a line for advice when it is finished if that's alright. Welcome aboard!

Denise A. Agnew

Welcome to Stage 32. :)

Aray Brown

Hi Jason!

Bradford Richardson

Hey, Jason.

Imo Wimana Chadband

Hey Jason! Just reiterating how appreciative myself, and I'm sure many others, are that you're here. Keep up the great work!

Brian Carlin

Hello Jason! Good to see you! I've been getting your emails, and we're all glad to have you here at Stage 32. I'm looking forward to learning more from you and your posts. Thank you for being willing to share knowledge and opportunities with us!

Luis Costa Jr.

Nice to meet you Jason :)

Joi Banks

Greetings Jason! Congratulations on your animated feature. There is so much information out there it has been daunting to find helpful resources as a new screenwriter. I've been missing out, Stage 32 is encouraging.

Alan Champion

Jason: A heartfelt, Congratulations on your feature. As a fan of Mel Brooks, it must be a smash... Thank you in advance for offering your tutelage. Tell me, does anyone read unscripted, narratives anymore? I am a Content Developer, and conceive film and television show ideas. I've been prolific and write in multiple genres. My narratives are uniquely provocative, timely and cutting-edged, and I would love to get a studio interested in them, and to work alongside seasoned screenwriters in Development to bring them to life as completed scripts. Is this conceivable and plausible? Thank you in advance for your insights.

Evelyn von Warnitz

Hi Jason! You are doing such a great job. Thanks again for your helpful advice. See you tonight! Looking forward to it.

Juhani Nurmi

Sounds positively uber-cool -- kudos and Godspeed, Jason Mirch!

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