CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf M (F): Julie Sheppard BOND/Bart (M): Geoff Mays Homer (M): Allan Michael Brunet Marge/Lisa (F): Alicia Payne — 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… Continue reading 1st Scene TV SPEC Reading of THE SIMPSONS ‘Live and Let D’oh!’, by Geraint Horwood
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March 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners
Deadline for Television Pilot/Spec Screenplay Festival: https://tvfestival.org/
Watch the 2 TV Screenplay Winners for 2016:
TV Pilot Sitcom Reading – REC’D by Chris Courtney Martin
In the pilot, we meet our hero Petey and her friends. Petey has to deal with training this guy who broke her heart. Her best friend, Leya, has to prepare an assignment while on her shift. We get sucked into this bizarre Twilight Zone that is work-study. It’s like a half-step between being a kid and an adult because you’re balancing school and work. When you’re a kid, school is always supposed to come first. When you’re an adult, other than your family, work is top priority. The pilot introduces us to that world. We also get to see Petey make an adult decision in how she handles Ryan, this guy she slept with last year. She can be petty or she can be professional, that’s where this decision-making comes into play again.
TV Reading of the Day: VEEP TV Show Spec by Emily Cirillo
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Watch the TV SPEC Screenplay of VEEP by Emily Cirillo
Deadline October 15th for Television Pilot/Spec Screenplay Festival
Watch TV PILOT Reading: ERASER by Kim Godfrey
Two psychology students practice an illegal form of hypnotherapy that allows for the erasure of traumatic memories. Driven by opposing motivations, their ambitions lead them into a violent and exploitative criminal underworld. As they spiral down, one man struggles to maintain his sense of morality while the other struggles to maintain sanity.