Flashback Saturday: WILDsound’s First Feature Screenplay Winner of 2014: Michael Sieve

WILDsound Feature Screenplay Festival Review:

WATCH “RUM HOUSE” Full Screenplay Reading by Michael Sieve

YouTube comment on video: Joey Kent

Michael has done a great job navigating a complex issue and delivering it to the public in entertaining fashion.  The table read is such a wonderful device to help tighten an already great script.  I know Michael is grateful for the presentation by this dedicated cast and will use this input to the further benefit of the project.
Read the MovieBytes interview of Michael Sieve:
Transcript from interview:
Q: What made you enter this particular contest? Have you entered any other contests with this script? If so, how did you do?


A: The feedback element was first and foremost a factor. I have, from time to time, paid for the optional feedback in some competitions and found it to be incredibly helpful. WildSound’s feedback doesn’t cost extra and it was remarkably insightful. It really helped me to turn the script around, to make it a more viable and readable product.


Q: Were you satisfied with the administration of the contest? Did they meet their deadlines? Did you receive all the awards that were promised?


A: Absolutely. The staff, Matthew Toffolo especially, followed through on everything. They were very accessible. I have won a number of festivals, including for best script, but have never had this much personal interaction with a competition.


Submit your own Feature Screenplay today at http://www.wildsound.ca

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