DRAMA Best Scene Reading of Order of the Dimensions by Irene Helenowski — Festival for Drama in Film, Screenplays, Novels

A former Soviet spy is determined to conquer the many dimensions that exist in this world and it is up to a small band of unlikely heroes, including a young physicist and those close to her, to stop him. CAST LIST: Dr. Zelov – 6 – Ron Boyd Slender Young Man – 8 – Rhys […]

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Script Movie: The Black Heart Book – Best Scene. Written by Carol Hoffman & Rosezelle Boggs-Qualls — Festival for Drama in Film, Screenplays, Novels

Produced by Matthew Toffolo Visual Design by Kimberly Villarruel Voice Actors: Val Cole Sean Ballantyne Geoff Mays SYNOPSIS: ALEX TURNER, a God-fearing, farmer with a fascination for the law, questions God’s will when a relative sues him in a property dispute. Ready to do anything to protect his Kentucky homestead and right the grave injustice, […]

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TV Pilot 1st Scene Reading: Flight Of The Red Flower, by Nathan Allen

1838: A Chinese girl escapes her home with a disgraced Foreign smuggler after the murder of her husband, triggering an international drug war that will destroy the Chinese Empire, kill millions, and reshape the history of the world forever. Jin, the only daughter of China’s richest man, escapes her marriage and elopes with an American opium smuggler, igniting a war that will change the world.

CAST LIST:

Cantonese Captain/Soldier (M): Allan Michael Brunet
Harvey (M): Scott Beaudin
Daizong (M): Steve Rizzo
Vivec (M): Bill Poulin

Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel Elder

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editors: Kimberly Villarruel, Ryan Haines, John Johnson

Festival Directors: Rachel Elder, Natasha Levy

Camera Operators: Ryan Haines, Temitope Akinterinwa, Efren Zapata, Zack Arch

TV Festival Testimonial – May 27 2020

Courtney Ross

Received feedback. Always insightful to hear what people have to contribute about your work. Thank you for creating this outlet; it is incredibly useful to any writer/director/web series creator. Very constructive. Much appreciated.

Submit your TV Show/Pilot via FilmFreeway:

Probably the best and most informative feedback I have ever gotten for this! Thank you so much:) I’ve been trying to figure out what isn’t quite right with the script – the notes make complete sense! Thank you again, now I know what to do to tighten it up:):)
– Tania Penn, TV Pilot

TVLine Items: Chelsea Handler on HBO Max, ESPN’s Tom Brady Doc and More — TVLine

Chelsea Handler is returning to stand-up with a new comedy special for the streaming service HBO Max. In the special, which will be Handler’s first in six years, the comedienne shares “about her family, friendships, and her first foray into therapy — where she was able to unearth why everyone on this planet annoyed her…

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Yael Grobglas to Star in HBO Max Comedy From Jane the Virgin Boss — TVLine

HBO Max is staging a Jane the Virgin reunion, of sorts: Yael Grobglas, who played scene-stealer Petra Solano on the aforementioned CW series, will headline the HBO Max dark comedy Here She Lies, executive-produced by Jane showrunner Jennie Snyder Urman, our sister site Deadline reports. 12 more words

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Little Mermaid Comedy Sequel Series in the Works at Peacock: 15 Years Later, She’s a Miserable ‘Basic Bitch’?! — TVLine

The Little Mermaid isn’t so little anymore in a new Peacock series… and she’s not so happy, either. The forthcoming streaming service is developing Washed Up, a sequel series that puts a comedic spin on the classic fairy tale-turned-Disney film, our sister site Deadline reports. 12 more words

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Forgotten Reality Shows Worth a Rewatch (and Where to Binge Them) — TVLine

In the early 2000s, reality TV swarmed our screens, dominated magazine covers and became the guilty pleasure centerpiece of water-cooler television. Though they weren’t all Top Chefs and American Idols, unscripted shows were inescapable (and still are!) as networks threw idea after idea at the wall to see what stuck. 7 more words

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Ellen Pompeo Pays Tribute to Ex-Grey’s Rival Kate Walsh on 15th Anniversary of Meredith and Addison’s First Face-Off: ‘Thank God I Messed With Your Hubby’ — TVLine

Former Grey’s Anatomy rivals Ellen Pompeo and Kate Walsh reunited on social media late Friday to mark the 15th anniversary of Meredith and Addison’s legendary first run-in. 33 more words

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Performer of the Week: Eliza Taylor — TVLine

THE PERFORMER | Eliza Taylor THE SHOW | The 100 THE EPISODE | “From the Ashes” (May 20, 2020) We expected big things from The 100‘s final season premiere, and The CW’s long-running sci-fi drama did not disappoint, delivering big twists, big action and a big performance from series star Taylor. 8 more words

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