No we're not. I'm in the UK and have no particular desire to write big budget stuff, it's just not how my brain works. I find spectacle tedious, and I tend to find smaller budget films way more interesting that big Hollywood tentpoles. I also love the deeper, bigger stories good TV drama can tell. So there are other options. And writing to order doesn't mean hackwork, necessarily. The OP implied she's a copywriter by day - so am I, and I've also written corporate drama. It just means I have to find something in the writing 'brief' that I can engage with, like a particular character, theme, or relationship. I'm not sure whether you're in the UK, Karen, but if you are, then doing it as a radio play for the BBC would be an option - period doesn't cost any more radio, and the BBC is one of the biggest commissioners of drama in the world.