Watch a MODERN FAMILY TV Spec Screenplay Performance Reading

DEADLINE September 15th: SUBMIT TV PILOT/SPEC Script – Get FULL FEEDBACK. Get script performed by professional actors
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DEADLINE September 15th: SUBMIT TV PILOT/SPEC Script – Get FULL FEEDBACK. Get script performed by professional actors
http://www.wildsound.ca/tvscreenplaycontest.html

MODERN FAMILY: “CHAIRITY CASE”
by Josh Bressler
Reading of the TV SPEC Screenplay

SYNOPSIS:

Gloria looks after a sick Manny and Jay; Cameron tries to make amends with Mitchell after cancelling a vacation; Claire wants to prove she can take care of herself and challenges Phil to do the same; Haley looks for a place to hang her photography work.

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Susan Wilson
CAMERON/LUKE – Neil Kulin
MITCHELL – Adam McNamara
ALEX/LILY – Kerstin Bradler
GLORIA – Elitsa Bako
CLAIRE – Val Cole
HALEY – Melinda Michael
PHIL – Nick Baillie
JAY – Roman Spera

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Watch TV SPEC Reading of RICK & MORTY, by Michael Kellner

Deadline to Submit your TV PILOT or TV SPEC to the Festival. Get script performed. FULL FEEDBACK on all entries: https://tvfestival.org/

Deadline to Submit your TV PILOT or TV SPEC to the Festival. Get script performed. FULL FEEDBACK on all entries: https://tvfestival.org/

TV SPEC – RICK & MORTY “Crime and Punishrick”
November 2014 Reading
Written by Michael Kellner

SYNOPSIS:

Rick and Morty must go head-to-head with a variety of space gangsters to raise the capital to build Rick’s latest invention. Meanwhile, Jerry gets mugged and struggles to cope with his sense of violation.

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Susan Wilson
MORTY – Adam McNamara
RICK – Roman Spera
JERRY – Nick Baillie
ROBOTS – Neil Kulin
BETH – Val Cole
SUMMER – Kerstin Bradler
PRINCIPAL – Elitsa Bako

Watch Best Scene of the TV PILOT: A THEATRE NEAR YOU

DEADLINE TODAY: Submit your best scene from your screenplay. Have it performed using professional actors:
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Watch Best Scene Reading of A THEATRE NEAR YOU, by Jason Reeves:

SYNOPSIS:

We follow Dany and his conflicts and struggles running a movie cinema.

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Susan Wilson
DANNY – Neil Kulin
CILLIAN – Adam McNamara
SABRINA – Kerstin Bradler
BITCHY FEMALE – Elitsa Bako
STELLA – Val Cole
MARIA – Melinda Michael

Get to know writer Jason Reeves:

1. What is your TV PILOT screenplay about?

A Theatre Near You is about Danny Stright, an associate manager of a movie theatre, who transfers from a theatre he’s been at way too long to another in hopes for a promotion. When at this new theatre, he finds out the possible promotion was a ploy to get him to transfer to a theatre in need of help before the upcoming winter season.

2. How should this script be made into a TV show?

Clerks was a movie about working at a convenience store. Waiting was about working in a restaurant. I thought it would be cool to write a movie about life working at a movie theatre. After writing a draft of a feature, I thought there could be more to it. New movies are released every week. Why not have weekly shows about what goes on in that environment?

3. What is your all-time favorite TV show?

I can’t say I have an all-time favorite show, but Doctor Who and Sherlock have brilliant minds writing for them and Firefly was great while it lasted. Over the years I’ve watched so many shows that were entertaining, some half hour and others hour long shows, but I can’t think of just one to take the top.

4. What movie have you seen the most in your life?

This is another difficult question. I can’t say there’s a movie that I’ve seen more than another, but some of top movies include: Jaws, Memento, Mallrats, The Dark Knight, and Skyfall.

5. What artists would you love to work with?

Kevin Smith, Christopher Nolan, Steven Spielberg, David Fincher, and James Cameron are a few off the top of my head.

6. How many stories/screenplays have you written?

I’ve written close to a dozen screenplays. Years ago I decided that all of my stories would be connected in some subtle way, whether it is two characters related to one another or a hand-me-down prop. For instance, in one script one character admires a fancy truck that happens to belong to another character in a completely different story. In a nerdy comic book kind of way I call it the Seveer Universe. Seveer being my last name backwards sounded cool, so I stuck with it.

7. Ideally, where would you like to be in 5 years?

I would like to have at least one of my screenplays made into a feature and have A Theatre Near You have a successful run on a network.

8. Describe your process; do you have a set routine, method for writing?

My routine tends to change quite often. I’d like to think I start with a simple idea or incident as a seed that grows into something beautiful, but most of the time it grows lopsided. My most recent work is a feature titled Exigence. It’s about a kid who comes home from school one day to find his mother and sister lying in pools of their own blood and the kid is forced to become a fugitive. It developed into a thriller I loved to write. The funny thing is the original idea of it came from two words: road trip. I still have that file on my computer from the first ideas.

9. Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

A hobby of mine is building computers. I’ve built computers for myself and for friends and family. I’m a bit of a tech junky.

10. What influenced you to enter the WILDsound Script Contest?

I did some research into different contests and WILDsound had the best turnaround time for getting feedback of the ones I looked into. The feedback has helped with several of my projects.

11. Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

Don’t stick to one project for four years of rewrites. Write a draft, fix it a few times and move on to something different. Try something new each time, like a different genre. Challenge yourself. If and when you read a piece of your work and there’s a moment where you stand back surprised by even a sentence you wrote, you got something. I have a note to myself I see every time I sit down at my computer. “You know what you have to do.. Don’t stop writing.”

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Watch TV PILOT Reading of UP COUNTRY MOTORS

Up Country Motors is a weekly sitcom in which over stressed Jack Matthews escapes from a New York car Dealership to manage a collection of misfits at a dealership in Northern Vermont recently inherited by the personification of a blonde joke.

Deadline July 15th: SUBMIT TV PILOT/SPEC Script – Get FULL FEEDBACK. Get script performed by professional actors
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Watch UP COUNTRY MOTORS TV Pilot by John Fuhrman

Get to know writer John Fuhrman:
Writing your TV PILOT. Showcase of November 2014 Winner John Fuhrman

SYNOPSIS:

Up Country Motors is a weekly sitcom in which over stressed Jack Matthews escapes from a New York car Dealership to manage a collection of misfits at a dealership in Northern Vermont recently inherited by the personification of a blonde joke.

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Susan Wilson
JACK – Nick Baillie
GEOFF/SANDERSON – Roman Spera
AIMEE – Melinda Michael
BOBBI II – Adam McNamara
ROLAND – Neil Kulin
NORMA – Val Cole
SHEREE – Elitsa Bako
DEALER – Kerstin Bradler

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Watch WINNING TV PILOT Screenplay Readings
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