Jason Mirch: Producer, Destructo Productions

"I actively sought out a mentorship with Jason Mirch after taking several of his screenwriting workshops. He is a phenomenal mentor, is incredibly supportive, and genuinely cares about helping me succeed. When I am talking to Jason about a scene or even just a general idea, he has this knack for finding the hidden gem and bringing that to the surface. I’ve worked with him on everything from a brand new idea all the way to revising a completed script. He has amazing ideas at every stage." - Deb B.

Writer will have unlimited email access with executive plus 4x one-hour consultations with the exec. 

Exec will read up to 4 scripts in one month (different drafts of the same script or 4 different scripts) and conduct 4x one-hour story notes calls. Calls will also include pitch preps, brand preps and career strategy. 

This is for writers with:

All Genres and Formats

About Jason:

Jason Mirch is a feature film and television producer and executive based in Los Angeles, California.

In 2015, he formed Destructo Productions, a feature film, television, branded, and digital content production company, which is actively developing a number of projects, including a feature film based on a New York Times best-selling memoir.

Prior to forming DestructoMirch was the head of feature and television development and production at Image Nation, a leading filmed entertainment company, which formed joint ventures with Participant Media, Warner Bros., Parkes+MacDonald, and Hyde Park Entertainment in feature and television production. 

Prior to his work at Image Nation, Mirch was Co-Head of Development at Storyline Entertainment (Chicago, Footloose, The Bucket List) where he was actively involved in the development and sale of television series and mini-series to CBS, NBC, Fox, ABC, and Lifetime. He was also actively involved in developing a slate of feature film projects for New Line, Paramount, Summit Ent., and CBS/Paramount.

"Jason provides a concise, no-nonsense approach to crafting your screenplay in a creative and supportive environment." - Mark Bedard



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