TV Screenplay Testimonials from the WILDsound Festival

Read a WILDsound Festival Review. Various comments and opinions from writers who submitted to the festival.

FULL FEEDBACK on all submissions. Winners get their screenplay performed by professional actors.

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Testimonials (updated daily):

This is most excellent. I loved the thorough feedback, and some of the fixes or easy and some require a little more thinking but regardless, I’m glad to be getting your feedback.
– David Baugnon, (The Messiah Project)

Thank you for your encouraging words and for this great chance you are giving me. If I had to rate your feedback, I would give it 110 over 100 !! In fact, it is thanks to your previous feedback that I was able to improve this piece: even when they are harsh, your comments are always constructive, thorough and motivating.
– Maroun Rached, (Elan Vital)

I really appreciate the detailed feedback, it is very encouraging and gives me very specific things to improve upon.
– Rochelle Blissett-Miller, (Axiom – Source)

That’s the most useful feedback I have received. Certainly understand the issues you brought forth.
– Andrew Vestrand, (On the Nut)

These notes are very helpful in my advancing this piece and as a new writer I am extremely pleased with the generally positive reinforcement here.
– R. Christian Frostholm (Consequences)

This feedback is clear, and very helpful. I will work on it and resubmit, much appreciated.
– Jamie Aderski (The F Factor)

Thank you for the extremely useful feedback on my script Digital Natives.
– Adam Preston (Digital Natives)

Thank you for the feedback to my script “Father Flanagan”. I was very excited to get this valuable tool and you did not disappoint!
– Chris Beatty (Father Flanagan)

I greatly appreciate the time and effort from you and all of the actors involved. It was really something seeing a reading of my work.
– Seregon O’Dassey (Absynthia)

Thank you for your feedback and notes. This is very constructive. I agree to reduce the number of characters. They can be brought out in specific episodes.
– Tomas Stanley (Pocono Heaven Lodge)

Wildsound was more than I expected. After my initial entry, they made some great suggestions on improving the script. I took their advice, made the adjustments and resubmitted the pilot. They sent back more notes, I made some minor final touches, sent it back and found that I won. Since they announced my win, they have kept me posted regarding views of the video and what I can do to help promote my script.
– John Fuhrman
TV PIlot

Thanks so much for responding with such detailed, articulate, and useful feedback. It’s greatly appreciated! The commentary is both resonant and practical.
– Eli Edelson
TV Spec Screenplay (Hannibal)

I appreciate you taking the time to give me a good insight into the next steps and tweaking I need to work on.
– Lois Terrans
TV Spec Screenplay (Supernatural)

Thank you for the helpful feedback! I’m sure my script will be stronger after revising!
– Victor Obi
TV Pilot (The Guardian)

Thanks for the feedback! Very helpful advice for my next draft.
– Ryan Feldman
Girls, TV Spec Screenplay

Thanks to you and your team for such excellent and detailed feedback. It’s clear that those reviewing the script have put a great deal of time and effort into breaking it down and assessing it professionally – and we’re very grateful. We particularly appreciate the fact that both the strengths and the weaknesses have been highlighted, so we can see what we’re doing right, as well as which elements need work.
– Sara Myles
TV Pilot (May Contain Nuts)

I have found your feedback particularly helpful. You’ve picked up on some great logic points of the story I couldn’t see having been immersed in the story.
– Ed Vassi
TV Pilot Screenplay (Our Demons)

Thank you very much for your notes! They are spot-on. I agree that the story should probably focus more on Peter’s dilemma. If it ties in with Phuc’s heroin operation though, I’d need to walk that fine line of developing the subplots enough without overpowering the main story.
– David Chan
Family Guy TV Spec

Appreciate the feedback. Thank you for the fast response!
– Cole Folwer
Masters of Sex, TV Spec Screenplay

Thank you for the feedback. I will take the notes into consideration for future drafts.
– Genevieve Heineman
SOL, TV PILOT

Thanks so much for the feedback, I really appreciate it. I will definitely take this advice and keep improving the script.
– Jason Mageras
Parks and Recreation, TV Spec

Thanks so much for your feedback. Excellent notes.
– John Alarid
Kodak Moments, TV PILOT

Thank you SO, SO, SO much for your feedback. I am not a “writer” by trade, so this was absolutely fantastic to read.
– Lonny Anger
Frank and Bruno, TV PILOT

Awesome feedback! Thank you so much for the time and effort that was put into reading my script and delivering these constructive notes.
– Matt O’Connor
Bad Madison, TV PILOT

 
These notes are extremely helpful. I appreciate the time / effort your team put into it! Will get to work..
– Adam Wright
Treasured Ones, TV PILOT

 

Wildsound ran the contest smoothly. They met their deadlines, delivered what they promised, and kept in contact with me throughout the process.
– Michael Kellner
TV Pilot

I just wanted to say THANKS for the feedback. It was very specific, detailed and makes a lot of sense. It helped me to consider a lot of what I hadn’t considered before. I really do appreciate the time you took to prepare this and I feel this was money well-spent. I will continue to work on this and send to you again in the near future. Thanks again
– Robert People
First Lady, TV Pilot

For anyone starting out, I cannot recommend a better competition to enter. Since rewriting my script based on their constructive criticism I have placed in a handful of semifinals and finals that I don’t believe I would have reached without their feedback and continued support.
– Kim Godfrey-Hempsall
ERASER, TV Pilot

That you immensely for these invaluable notes, WILDsound. Looking forward to submitting “Perfect Match” again in the future.
– Jeremy Ferdman
Perfect Match, TV PILOT

Thank you for the feedback. Grammar is always something that I struggle with, and thank you for the pointers on focusing on the visual rather than the reader detail.
– Nathan Cary
Inside The Pipe, TV PILOT

Thank you so much! Great feedback, so valuable!!
– Anne Eston
Health Care, TV PILOT

Oh wow. Not only did I enjoy and appreciate your feedback, it meant a great great deal to me – it’s been a while since anyone has taken the time to look at my work in such a detailed way and I find it deeply encouraging. Thank you!
– Dan Heching
Girls, TV Spec

Thank you so much for your feedback.
– Nattalia
Cube Farm, TV PILOT

The feedback was both thoughtful and detailed. I very much appreciate it! It definitely points the way for the next draft.
– Robert Herold,
Rat City, TV PILOT

I am actually very satisfied with the feedback, nothing like a little constructive criticism. Thank you and I shall work on it and resubmit.
– Alex Alvarado,
The Shop of the Unknown, TV PILOT

Thanks for the detailed feedback! I will take all of these points into consideration on my next rewrite.
– Luke Stewart,
The Age of Iron and Magic, TV PILOT

A sincere thanks for the fine feedback. Your suggestions will certainly weigh in heavily! I really appreciate the time taken to provide substantive reactions to the text.
– Dennis,
The Vestals, TV PILOT

I have been very happy with the feedback.
– Amy Champlin,
White Collar Spec, TV SPEC

Thank you for the detailed feedback. The changes have been made and we would like to submit the new script.
– Abha Talesara,
I Can’t Think Straight, TV PILOT

I am going to take your comments and make the character more likable in the pilot. My 2nd episode builds on this trait but I understand we have one shot. I will always appreciate your feedback. I know this can be a successful show.
– Jason Fuller,
Living Fuller, TV Pilot

Thank you. I enjoyed the comments immensely as it told me I had accomplished a lot of what I tried to do.
– Richard,
The Roy Rogers Show, TV Spec

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Interview with Sean Ballantyne, Batman Fan Fiction Screenplay Winner

FAN FICTION Film and Writing Festival

Watch the Winning Fan Fiction Screenplay of Batman “Joker’s Vendetta”:

Interview with the winning writer Sean Ballantyne by Matthew Toffolo:

Matthew: What motivated you to write this Batman Fan Short Script?

Sean: Practice, and fun, really. I had an idea to write a fan-film and cram it with all the references I could to see how far I could go without derailing it. Ultimately it was a great exercise in scripting.

Matthew: What is this script about?

Sean: I was kind of going for a theme of duality. Each major character has two lives that they live, there are two angles to everything etc. It’s not entirely evident in the end result, but my ability to write thematic explorations wasn’t as evolved back then. (I first wrote it over ten years ago.) Plot wise, it’s about the Joker murdering mobsters, and no one really knows why.

Matthew: What Batman universe…

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Feature Screenplay Submission Testimonials from WILDsound Festival

WILDsound Festival

Read a WILDsound Festival Review. Various comments and opinions from writers who submitted to the festival.

FULL FEEDBACK on all submissions. Winners get their screenplay performed by professional actors.

Submit your feature screenplay today: http://www.wildsound.ca/screenplaycontest.html

Testmonials (updated daily):

As usual, totally impressed by, and very appreciative of, the below critique! Thank you so much and I will work on the edits you speak of in my next draft.
– Michael Zamanis
Drive-Thru, Feature Screenplay

Thank you for the very informative feedback. I really appreciate the diverse perspective that was given. Again, thank you.
– Jamison Derfler
God’s Will, Feature Screenplay

 
Thank you so much for the very helpful feedback!
– JR
Not Another Vampire Story, Feature Script

 
Thanks very much for the feedback!! It was a bit brutal to read. But thanks again very much!! Now I have a bit more direction and certainly got more than my…

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Read over 150 short screenplay loglines in 27 genres

WILDsound Festival

Interested in making a short film and need a great script? Or, just interested in reading short movie pitches? Click the links and read over 150 short screenplay loglines:

http://www.wildsound.ca/short_script_loglines.html

Or, read short screenplay loglines in their selected genres:

Action Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/action_short_films.html

Adventure Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/adventure_short_films.html

Animation Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/animation_short_films.html

Biography Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/biography_short_films.html

Comedy Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/comedy_short_films.html

Crime Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/crime_short_films.html

Drama Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/drama_short_films.html

Family Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/family_short_films.html

Fantasy Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/fantasy_short_films.html

History Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/history_short_films.html

Horror Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/horror_short_films.html

Inspirational Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/inspirational_short_films.html

Mob Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/mob_short_films.html

Musical Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/musical_short_films.html

Mystery Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/mystery_short_films.html

Paranormal Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/paranormal_short_films.html

Political Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/political_short_films.html

Romance Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/romance_short_films.html

Satire Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/satire_short_films.html

Sci-Fi Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/sci-fi_short_films.html

Supernatural Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/supernatural_short_films.htmll

Thriller Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/thriller_short_films.html

War Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/war_short_films.html

Western Short Scripts:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/western_short_films.html

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Watch Best Scene Performance Reading from BIONIC MAN TV Fan Fiction Script

FAN FICTION Film and Writing Festival

FAN FICTION Screenplay Festival. Deadline TODAY. Submit your Fan script and get it performed:
http://www.fanfictionfestival.com

Watch Best Scene from Bionic Man TV Show by Craig Glatt:

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Val Cole
Steve – John Goodrich
Jamie – Melinda Michael
Rudy – Mark Sparks
X-5 – Andrew Tite
President – Lucas James
Agent – Ashley Arnett
Rudy’s Mom – Amaka Umeh

SYNOPSIS:

Steve Austin lands on Air Force One. Jamie loves Austin and of course he knows. Computer Tech Rudy tries to save the world while he mother tries to stop him. And X-5 is all over it!

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Also, Free logline submissions. The Writing Festival network averages over 95,000 unique visitors a day.
Great way to get your story out: http://www.wildsound.ca/logline.html

Submit your Film, Screenplay, Novel, Story, or Poem anytime to the festival today: http://www.wildsound.ca

Watch recent Writing Festival Videos. At least 15 winning videos…

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