Part 2 Read Today’s Feature Film Pitches. Screenplay Specs:

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Free logline submissions. The Writing Festival network averages over 95,000 unique visitors a day.
Great way to get your story out:

Read Today’s Feature Film Pitches:

Title: Do Not Trust in Man
Written by: Andy Bethea
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Drama

Title: When Planning Your Best Friend’s Wedding
Written by: Courtney Cunningham
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Comedy

Title: The Port of San Pedro
Written by: Cleo Valente
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Crime, Mystery, Thriller

Title: Love in Ireland
Written by: Anni Pea
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Romance, Drama

Title: Artinia: The Journey of Three Island Princesses
Written by: Sheilane Marsh
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Adventure, Fantasy

Title: Money is Power
Written by: Ruben Alvarado
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Action, Crime, Mystery

Title: Divot McDowell
Written by: Will Martin
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Mystery, Suspense

Title: EKTA
Written by: Ajiesh Thuvanoor

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Read Today’s Feature Film Pitches. Screenplay Specs:

WILDsound Festival

Free logline submissions. The Writing Festival network averages over 95,000 unique visitors a day.
Great way to get your story out:

Read Today’s Feature Film Pitches:

Written by: Chris Spain, Mark Staub, and Wendy Corsi Staub
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Comedy

Title: 10 to 1
Written by: Christopher Jean Soucy
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Action

Written by: Everett House and Pamela Green
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Biography, Drama

Title: Vampire Killer Robot Zombie Donuts
Written by: John Christopher Thomas
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Comedy (Sci-Fi/Action Spoof)

Title: The Charlottetown Jackhammer Imbroglio
Written by: Marc Lalonde
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Farce (Screwball Comedy)

Title: Coldheart Creek
Written by: Chris Morgan
Type: Feature Film
Genre: thriller, crime, psychological thriller.

Title: Mercy
Written by: George M. Lewis
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Sci Fi


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WINGS OF HOPE – Chapter 3 Performance Reading by Hillary Hoffman

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Watch WINGS OF HOPE Chapter 3 Performance Reading:

Novel Reading performed by actress Maya Woloszyn

Get to know writer Hillary Hoffman:

1. What is your novel about?

It is the journey of a father, who’s dying, and his daughter, who is learning how to live. He reminisces about his life, while teaching her to reach for her own dreams and live life to the fullest. When Jules receives a letter from her father saying that he’s been diagnosed with a terminal illness and has a very few months to live, she leaves her life in San Francisco to go to New York City to be with him. During his last few months, they have the chance to learn about each other and for him to give her the confidence to try and get the life she’s always wanted.

2. Why should this novel be read by people?

Because, unfortunately, at…

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Watch the 4 Novel Winners for July 2015. Submit your own Novel by July 31st

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DEADLINE July 31st: 1st CHAPTER/FULL NOVEL Festival. FULL FEEDBACK. Get novel performed by professional actors

Watch the Four Winning Novel Transcript Performance Readings:

July 2015 Reading
Written by Bam

July 2015 Reading
Written by Garry Rogers

Chapter 4 NOVEL Reading: TURNSTILES
July 2015 Reading
Written by Andrea McKenzie Raine

Chapter 1 NOVEL Reading: RED STORM
July 2015 Reading
Written by Thom Tate

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Get your story performed at the Writing Festival. FULL FEEDBACK on all entries.

WATCH the Recent Winning Short Story/1st Chapter Readings:

Deadline July 31st: SUBMIT your NOVEL (both your 1st chapter or full novel accepted)
And we’ll make it into a MOVIE

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Read Short Screenplay Movie Pitches. Films to make into a movie:

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Deadline July 31st: FEATURE Screenplay Festival – Get FULL FEEDBACK. Get script performed by professional actors

Today’s SHORT Screenplay Movie Pitches:

Title: Pawn
Written by: Az Uddin
Type: Short Screenplay
Genre: Mystery, Suspense

Title: Plan B-Positive
Written by: Elizabeth Buck
Type: Short Screenplay
Genre: Comedy, Paranormal, Romance

Title: There Were Two
Written by: Steven Wood
Type: Short Screenplay
Genre: Thriller

Written by: Naftali Wambugu
Type: Short Screenplay

Title: Stuck
Written by: Tom Heffernan
Type: Short Screenplay
Genre: Drama

Title: Valediction
Written by: Robert Dominick Jones
Type: Short Screenplay
Genre: Crime, Drama, Family

Title: The Reason
Written by: Maphiks Ziba
Type: Short Screenplay
Genre: Drama

Title: Flight 305
Written by: Eric Brown
Type: Short Screenplay
Genre: Docudrama {Based On Actual Events}

Title: The Letters
Written by: Bianca Berardo
Type: Short Screenplay
Genre: Drama

Title: Space…

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Interview with Belguim Director NORA BURLET (Go Against)

Matthew Toffolo's Summary

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video of GO AGAINST:

Matthew Toffolo interviews Directoed Nora Burlet:

1. What motivated you to make this film?

This story came out of a picture. I was in the South of France, lying on a deck chair and wearing sunglasses. I was reading an article about an actress (I don’t remember her name) who told the story of her first runaway when she was 17. She left her home with a friend of her to going to Spain. I had this picture of these two young girls who were runing away from her school, driving fast with the music outload. I found that image very beautiful. I kept that picture in my head, with the fantasy of making a film out of it. So here I am, writing the very first lines of this script under the sun of vacation.

My first desire was to show…

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1st Scene Script of THE MANTLE by Frank Edward Kelly (plus interview)

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Watch the Reading of THE MANTLE of Frank Edward Kelly:


NARRATOR – Megan Leach
THERON – Rob Salerno
NINA – Maya Woloszyn
WEATHERMAN – Troy Patterson
WOMAN’S VOICE – Rachel Rain Packota
STATE TROOPER – David Occhipinti

Get to know writer Frank Edward Kelly:

1. What is your screenplay about?

The Mantle is about an FBI agent trapped in a mysterious, snowbound town who stumbles on a series of unearthly deaths that mirror a tragedy from his past.

2. Why should this script be made into a movie?

I think the audience would enjoy being pulled into the story and even though it’s a dark film and journey, the story has a positive, hopeful message.

3. How long have you been writing stories?

I’ve been writing stories since I was a child, but I’ve only been focusing on screenwriting the past several years.

4. What movie have you…

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