April 24th Writing Festival Details

This week’s writing festival is showcasing the best of TV screenplays from around the world. We are showcasing a Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV PILOT, a Sitcom/Comedy TV PILOT, and a spec screenplay from the hit television show “The Mindy Project”.

Here are the details of the scripts we’ll be performing: 

#1 TV PILOT: THE REAPER: REBELLION “AFTERLIFE” by Mark S. MacDonald and Darsey Meredith

Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy


Eva, who may or may not be Eve from the Book of Genesis, inadvertently creates Death in the world by inciting her siblings and lover to eat the Divine Apple from the Tree of Life.  It’s an interesting spin on the immortal story about how the humans lost paradise and incurred the wrath of God.

#2 TV PILOT: SMITHEREENS by Hersh Rephun

Genre: Comedy, Drama


The story of a man, in pieces: This one-hour episodic dramedy series chronicles the journey of a man fished out of Miami’s Biscayne Bay. He remembers only his first name (Harry) and his mother tongue (Cockney). Flashbacks paint a complicated picture of a man battling alcoholism and engaged in some dark pursuits.

#3 TV SPEC: THE MINDY PROJECT “Culture Club” by Katie Bero

Genre: Comedy/Sitcom


Mindy and Danny clash over how culturally aware to raise their child. Meanwhile Morgan tries to help Jeremy avoid deportation.

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: www.wildsoundfestival.com Submit your script, story, poem, or film to the festival today: www.wildsound.ca


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