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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $60 - Posted
I am in need of 2 full treatments. Need a tagline, a synopsis, 1 page treatment, and a 2 minute pitch script for each. Will give details once selected. Creative writer with some reality TV experience and knowledge. One is a reality competition game show idea with celebrity guests with cash prize goal and the other is a reality competition show based of hackers. Please provide samples of treatments written.
Skills: Screenwriting Content Writing Copywriting Creative writing
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hi,ies I am looking for someone who can write a movie script based on my book. The book is based on Love and Romance, it's semi-autobiographical and published on Amazon. You should be familiar with Indian and Western culture. You should know about Indian movies - also known as "Bollywood". I would like someone whose writing style is cocky and funny. Prior script-writing experience would be good. I will tell you about my book and other details later.
Skills: Screenwriting Creative writing Fiction Writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I have an adaptation of Hansel and Gretel that I need adapted a second time. I will need it done in the next 12-18hours. The source screenplay is only 6.5 pages long. and I need the adaptation to be around 5
Skills: Screenwriting
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
PR-style writing needed for a female international financial consultant. We are looking to build up her image as a successful young woman in finance/business world. The plan is to feature her in magazines that interview her about "Women's Fashion in Business", or "Miami... Los Angeles... NY.... London's... best restaurants for business meetings", etc. Simply put, creative ideas that position her in professional light, but don't necessarily talk a 100% about her work. We are looking for a native English speaking writer to help compose content and help our client answer magazines' interview questions in a clever/funny fashion. Here is the style we are going for: On her last business trip, Janet visited seven cities in five days, meeting with fund managers, investment advisors, private bankers, and high net worth individuals, guiding asset allocation both domestically and abroad. As often the custom, they all wanted to discuss their financial futures over a meal. Fitting thirteen lunches into five days is a highly improbable hat trick, but Janet states that with flexible schedules and a large appetite it was completely doable and she considers that a slow week. This high octane, force of nature, has been killing it on Wall Street for nearly decade. Not often does an international fashion model go from the runway to corporate hallways but Janet wanted to take control of her earnings and soundly invest without being reliant on others. After studying portfolio construction, quantitative analysis, economic theory, and risk management, Janet passed her Series 65 and took a job at a large Greenwich, Connecticut Hedge Fund where she quickly assumed a vice-president role in the company. From that point on there’s been no turning back for Janet as she and her partners initiated an investment consulting firm. The group is greatly diversified with feet planted in both ends of the spectrum with fundamental strategies and analysis, and a team devoted to machine learning research. When Janet is not in the office, in transit, or on the phone, she enjoys hosting dinners for friends and family and hanging out in her vegetable garden. In short, this woman rarely stops. ---------- This will not be a 1 time gig. We are looking for consistent support for this client. Please contact us with your questions. Thank you! L. P.
Skills: Screenwriting Article Writing Content Writing Creative writing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
I'm going to make a commercial video for a streaming yoga video service. 80-100 seconds. 1 model. Slomotion. Outside location. Voice over. Here are a few great examples (my fav) So I need a great script for that video. I'll give you some possible directions in a private conversation.
Skills: Screenwriting Creative writing Scripting Speech Writing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
Hello everyone, I need my 92-page sci-fi script PERFECTLY and PROFESSIONALLY edited to meet Hollywood standards before it is submitted to a big production company. Here is an overview of the flaws/details that you're going to deal with: -camera directions/transitions (need to be removed). -Format needs to be STANDARD like in professional scripts. -odd or awkward-sounding word choices (considering the fact that i'm not native and some word choices might not sound natural to an American) -You need to add EXCITEMENT to some parts where description seems flat. I need it to be COMPELLING to read. Example: **Original text (from my script) "She holds her head in her shaking hands and cries for a long beat. She screams and punches the window with a fist, breaking the glass, and injuring the BACK OF HER FINGERS. " **Edited version: "Her hands tremble as she grabs her head, tears stream down her cheeks, she SCREAMS out in anger. Her fist PUNCHES through the window, glass shards SHATTER, a large open gash PUMPS dark blood across her knuckles. -The opening scene should suck in the reader (again: add some exciting description WITHOUT changing the details of the story) -few typos. -I need the dialogue to sound NATURAL and NATIVE . I need it to flow off the tongue and sound pleasant to the ear when said out loud. -Capitalization: Some words seem like they're capitilized for no apparent reason, which is why I need you to fully read the script first BEFORE YOU JUDGE if it's okay to keep them capitlized or not. ***VERY IMPORTANT*** I will need you to start by reading the script VERY CAREFULLY (regardless of all the flaws) because the story-telling style isn't linear and there are a lot of twists. If you're chosen for this job: Please contact me for further explanation in case there is any confusion in the story (so that you won't change a potentially important detail thinking that it's a mistake). Please do not change any detail in th plot, I basically want it to look professional and be compelling when read. I want it to be NEAR PERFECT for a BIG PRODUCTION COMPANY. And I need this done as soon as possible. Do not hesitate asking any other questions if you have any. And please send me samples of your previous work that testify to your professionalism and potential. Thanks, Belqees.
Skills: Screenwriting