Deadline Sept 20th – FREE Twitter Short Story Festival

FREE TWITTER SHORT STORY CONTEST

Submit 140 character story. Get made into movie.

Submit for FREE to the Twitter-sized very short story festival.

Read the April 2016 winners

Get your story performed by a professional actor and made into a YouTube movie for 1000s to see.


Example of a 140 character very Short Story:

Mark’s foot had swollen to twice it’s normal size. His health insurance company was sympathetic, they sent him larger shoes.


See examples of acting performing stories on the right.

The Rules are simple:

1. Write a 140 character short story. Please also give a title for your story.

2. Email your 140 Character Story in the text in the email to:
140characters@wildsoundfestival.com

3. We will pick you as a winner/non-winner right away and have it performed and made into a video within 4 weeks of submitting.

4. Stories MUST be 140 characters or less. (Title Not Included)

5. Submission is free, but if you like to donate to the festival (and actors performance), please send us a donation via Paypal or Credit Card here (suggestion $1 – $10)

 

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April 2016 TWITTER Short Story Winners

Deadline to Submit your Twitter Short Story to the festival.

Watch the 10 Winning Twitter Short Story Winners for April 2016

Narrator: Steve Rizzo.

UNKNOWN DESTINATION by JaVonne Perry:

TWITTER SHORT STORY by Abraca Debra:

THE BREAK UP by Gwen Winegar:

OUT OUT DAMNED by Marielena

LOVE, UNACCOMPLISHED by Gemma Jones:

LOST AT SEA by Denise Walker:

HER NAME IS WINTER by Hannah Gabrielle More

HALF TWIT by Nick Westerman

BOOGEY by Adam Martin

BEAUTIFUL by Jennifer Mackindayhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZIHBTYd66Q

Her Name is Winter, 140 Character Twitter Short Story, by Hannah Gabrielle More

Watch the April 2016 Winning 140 Character Twitter Short Story.

Watch HER NAME IS WINTER:

 

The 140 Character Short Story. Submit your own for FREE and get it made into a movie:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/140_characters.html
Watch past winning short story videos.

Love, Unaccomplished, 140 Character Twitter Short Story, by Gemma Jones

Watch the April 2016 Winning 140 Character Twitter Short Story.

Watch LOVE, UNACCOMPLISHED:

 

The 140 Character Short Story. Submit your own for FREE and get it made into a movie:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/140_characters.html
Watch past winning short story videos.

The Break Up, 140 Character Twitter Story by Gwen Winegar

Watch the April 2016 Winning 140 Character Twitter Short Story.

THE BREAK UP by Gwen Winegar

Get to know writer Gwen Winegar:

1) What is your very short story about?

My story (as the title implies) is about a breakup.

2) What motivated you to write this story and submit it to the festival?

I wrote it to express the agony involved in heartbreak. I submitted it because other people felt it was a great poem.

3) What movie have you seen the most in your life?

Back to the Future or The Faculty because I want to write about time travel and pod people.

4) How many scripts and stories have you written?

Dozens of poems, 1 script I am developing from a recurring dream and several short novels. I am currently developing a few novels in my favorite genre Paranormal/Fantasy Romance.

5) What artists would you love to work with?

Robert Rodriguez, Rob Thomas (writer of iZombie), James Franco, Patricia Resnick, Robert Zemeckis.

6) What is your passion in life?

Writing

7) Any tips for other writers who want to write a 140 character short story?

Write from the heart and life experience.

 

Boogey, 140 Character Twitter Short Story by Adam Martin

Watch the April 2016 Winning 140 Character Twitter Short Story.

BOOGEY:

Interview with Adam Martin:

1) What is your very short story about?

I think it’s about a corporate assignation. The guy knew something but he didn’t even realise it.

2) What motivated you to write this story and submit it to the festival?

I love to write and I’d never tried micro fiction before.

3) What movie have you seen the most in your life?

Probably Dodgeball or Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

4) How many scripts and stories have you written?

A crap tonne. But I rarely finish or do anything with them.

5) What artists would you love to work with?

Garth Ennis, Adam McKay and Gary Oldman

6) What is your passion in life?

The reduction of physical exertion.

7) Any tips for other writers who want to write a 140 character short story?

It doesn’t matter how vast the world, how deep the emotion or how complex the plot, every story can be reduced down to 140 characters. It’s all about trimming the fat.

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Unknown Destination, 140 Character Twitter Story Story by JaVohn Perry

Watch the April 2016 Winning 140 Character Twitter Short Story.

UNKNOWN DESTINATION:

Get to know writer JaVohn Perry:

1) What is your very short story about?

My very short story is about an individual named Cecilia who finds herself lost somewhere and wondering how she got there. Frightened, she continues down a deserted road, trembling, traveling to an unknown destination.

2) What motivated you to write this story and submit it to the festival?

Writing is my passion and I love a challenge. When I saw the opportunity to write a 140 character story, I loved the idea and quickly came up with this story.

3) What movie have you seen the most in your life?

It’s probably a tie between Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Little Shop of Horrors.

4) How many scripts and stories have you written?

I haven’t written any scripts as of yet, but I have written 2 stories.

5) What artists would you love to work with?

I would love to work with any artist! I have a love and passion for art. I am always seeking to collaborate with my peers and if the opportunity ever arises for me to work with someone I look up to, of course I’d jump at it.

6) What is your passion in life?

Writing is and always has been my passion.

7) Any tips for other writers who want to write a 140 character short story?

Go for it! Be as descriptive as possible.

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