Category Archives: Festival

WATCH TWITTER MOVIE: Security, by Mary Ann

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Narrator Geoff Mays

SECURTY by Mary Ann
Off to meet my sister’s future in-laws happy as can be. After the first course Sal my brother stood up and let loose with a Giant Fart. Then he announces :Better to let it out and bear the shame then hold it in and bear the pain.

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WATCH TWITTER MOVIE: Security, by Mary Ann

Submit your story logline and showcase it on this network. Or, submit to get your story made into a Video Pitch

Narrator Geoff Mays

SECURTY by Mary Ann
Off to meet my sister’s future in-laws happy as can be. After the first course Sal my brother stood up and let loose with a Giant Fart. Then he announces :Better to let it out and bear the shame then hold it in and bear the pain.

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TWITTER MOVIE: Black Girls’ Curse by Shelley Jarrett

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Narrator Geoff Mays

Black Girls’ Curse by Shelley Jarrett
Blessed with brains, beauty…and babies. Working late; mouths need feeding, and no man. She ponders over a coffee. How did it come to this? She can’t settle on an answer. Back to work.

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TWITTER MOVIE: Black Girls’ Curse by Shelley Jarrett

Submit your story logline and showcase it on this network. Or, submit to get your story made into a Video Pitch

Narrator Geoff Mays

Black Girls’ Curse by Shelley Jarrett
Blessed with brains, beauty…and babies. Working late; mouths need feeding, and no man. She ponders over a coffee. How did it come to this? She can’t settle on an answer. Back to work.

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TWITTER MOVIE: Ascension by Brian O’Flaherty

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Narration by Geoff Mays

Ascension
by Brian O’Flaherty

Run. Thought we had won, But it came upon. Plight had grown, Bright as the stones, Mirror light shown. Took it on, one-by-one and won.

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Read Poem: HeartBeat2019, by Lawrence Mathebula.

POETRY FESTIVAL. Submit to site for FREE. Submit for actor performance. Submit poem to be made into film.

Still lifting, toiling ever a
sound beating
Awake you’re on, even when
I am sleeping
Tonight in darkness, still in
the light I awake
For all the breath’s full and
half intake
Of sips and sighs a spell,
‘Gainst death a stride excels
In the morning, early dawn
Again, sun’s fire on
Horizon stand a half
Till full fire’s enough,
Warmth’s given to my heart’s
Life beloved ever a part
Of me is found in thee,
That new hour I should see!

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Read Poem: HeartBeat2019, by Lawrence Mathebula.

POETRY FESTIVAL. Submit to site for FREE. Submit for actor performance. Submit poem to be made into film.

Still lifting, toiling ever a
sound beating
Awake you’re on, even when
I am sleeping
Tonight in darkness, still in
the light I awake
For all the breath’s full and
half intake
Of sips and sighs a spell,
‘Gainst death a stride excels
In the morning, early dawn
Again, sun’s fire on
Horizon stand a half
Till full fire’s enough,
Warmth’s given to my heart’s
Life beloved ever a part
Of me is found in thee,
That new hour I should see!

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