Why do experienced writers always enjoin (today's special word) you to have a portfolio of scripts?
So that when you read about some producer saying I'm looking for a script that's blah blah and blah, you can say "I have a blah blah blah script". Because a blah blah bleargh script will not be good enough.
Happened to me this morning "lo-budget short with SF or fantasy elements". Unicorn script in email within seconds.
Make sure you have a portfolio.
What's on the turntable? (Nuffink I'm just off to work)