Details: April 17th Writing Festival Event

This week’s Writing Festival will be showcasing the best of HEROES. We are excited to be performing an original fan fiction screenplay of Star Wars. We are also reading a superhero TV Pilot, plus a drammatic short film.

Here are the details of the screenplays that will be showcased:

The following screenplays will be performed by professional actors, edited, and then posted online a week following. They will be part of the May 2016 screenplay winners.

#1 – Fan Fiction Feature: Star Wars Episode 1: The Redemption of Skywalker, by Brian O’Flaherty

Genre: Sci-Fi, Adventure, Action, Fantasy

Synopsis: Some stories are too important, some stories must be retold. The story of Anakin Skywalker will be molded between the pressure of separate forces vying for his soul, which will determine the fate of the galaxy.

#2 – TV Pilot: Power, by Hisonni Johnson

Genre: Comic book, Drama, Sci Fi, Action, Superhero

Synopsis: A tragic turns of events leaves one of the world’s greatest heroes injured, without his powers and public enemy number one.

#3 – Short: Carrion, by Karen Palmer

Genre: Drama, Family

Synopsis: CARRION is a dramatic short film about two 11-year-old girls who scour the crumbling streets of Detroit looking for items needed to perform black magic against their abusive foster father.

Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: John Johnson

By WILDsound Festival

Submitters reactions to their feedback on their stories. New testimonials coming each month! Watch this month's winning readings. At least 15 performances a month: Submit your script, story, poem, or film to the festival today:

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