Today’s Deadines for Writing Festival: Novel, Poetry, Feature and TV Screenplays

Originally posted on WILDsound Festival:
DEADLINE Jan 31st: 1st CHAPTER/FULL NOVEL Festival. Get your story performed at the Writing Festival. FULL FEEDBACK on all entries. Novels Showcased in 2015: 45 Novels Performed 9 Novels Made into a Movie Plus, 12 Poems Made into a Movie Get FULL FEEDBACK on either the 1st chapter or…

Watch the Winning January 2016 Screenplay Readings:

Originally posted on WILDsound Festival:
Deadline January 31st: FEATURE Screenplay Festival – Get FULL FEEDBACK. Get script performed by professional actors: Watch WINNING Screenplay Readings – Watch videos of past winners performed by professional actors Watch the Winning January 2016 Screenplay Readings: Feature Screenplay – CRIME EXTRAORDINAIRE January 2016 Reading Written by Howard…

Tips to Produce a Movie

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
HOW TO PRODUCE A FILM FILMMAKING NOTES FILM PRODUCTION – How to make a movie! – How to PRODUCE a film! – How to be the best Movie Producer A movie producer has the most important position in film production. Why? Because they start from the top, and…

Read Best of Interviews with Top Hollywood Film Crew and Festival Directors

Originally posted on WILDsound Festival:
Read the best of Interviews this week.  Interviews from Matthew Toffolo  from WILDsound Interview with Stunt Performer James Cox (Star Wars VII, The Dark Knight Rise) Interview with Actor James Wallis (Shakespeare BASH’d) Interview with Graphic Designer Tina Charad (Maleficent, Fifty Shades of Grey) Interview with Festival Director Oscar Piloto…

Today’s Short Screenplay Reading: BATMAN: PATIENT ZERO by Andrew Akler

Batman heads to Arkham Asylum when he hears that The Joker has escaped and staged a takeover. As he progresses through the asylum, Batman fights through a host of villains that challenge him in a different way.

Drama Screenplay Reading of the Day: ERASER, TV Pilot by Kim Godfrey

Originally posted on Festival for Drama in Film, Screenplays, Novels:
Submit your Drama Screenplay to the Festival: ERASER TV Pilot Written by Kim Godfrey Read 10 Questions with the writers SYNOPSIS: Two psychology students practice an illegal form of hypnotherapy that allows for the erasure of traumatic memories. Driven by opposing motivations, their…

Short Film Logline of the Day: FORGOTTEN HOLLYWOOD, by Manny Pacheco, Michelle Merker, Gary Lycan

Lionel Barrymore was a pioneer in his fight against disease and disability. He refused to retire from the screen, and he continued to work after being diagnosed with arthritis, leaving him confined to a wheelchair. His seldom shared story changed the way movie audiences viewed folks with a handicap; and his efforts influenced Helen Keller and Franklin D. Roosevelt in their own struggles. Their combined efforts made the March of Dimes program the most successful charity organization in United States history.

TV Festival Announces its January 2016 Screenplay Winners

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Watch each winning screenplay performed by professional actors.  Deadline to Submit your TV PILOT/SPEC to the Festival: TV PILOT – LACIE BIDWELL January 2016 Reading Written by Jameel Khan SYNOPSIS: LACIE BIDWELL is about a girl who’s father created a zombie virus that killed thousands. It’s twelve years…