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Fantasy/Sci-Fi Festival: Use code “fantasy50” via FilmFreeway and receive 50% off

Submit your Fantasy/Sci-Fi Screenplay or Film via FilmFreeway:

Get your script and story performed by professional actors at the Fantasy/Sci-Fi Festival.

Get your Short Film showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival and get an audience video.

See the best of the Sci-Fi/Fantasy January 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi Screenplay Festival occurs every single month.

Next film festival date is Thursday August 18, 2016. Submit your film today and get it shown at the sold out festival.

FANTASY and SCI-FI Stories used to be a fringe market. Now they are in the mainstream now and forever as movies, television shows, and stories in fantasy/sci-fi are a gigantic multi-billion dollar market. This portion of the Film & Writing Festival serves the Fantasy and Sci-Fi filmmakers and writers from all over the world.

– 0ffers screenwriters, novelists and storytellers at all levels the fantastic opportunity to hear their stories read aloud using TOP PROFESSIONAL ACTORS.

Go to YouTube link for examples

– Offers filmmakers to get their works showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival. Then the filmmaker will receive and audience reaction video on their film.

Go to YouTube link for example

We specialize in showcasing Fantasy/Sci-Fi stories and making sure that when the work is ready, the writer will benefit by at least obtaining a solid agent.

Read recent testimonials of writers/filmmakers who have had their work showcased at the Fantasy/Sci-FI Film Festival:

Better than average feedback. Thank you.
– Julie Merrick, Feature Script (Keslare’s Veracity)

Thank you for the very frank and detailed notes regarding the submission of “Vapour”. No doubt these notes will be of great assistance in developing the screenplay for future submissions. A bit of fresh air is extremely helpful – and this delivered.
– N Bradley, Feature Script (Vapour)

Thank you for your thorough analysis of my script and for the useful advice: I will re-work on my text taking your valuable notes into consideration.
– Maroun Rached, Feature Script (The GEHC)

For unproduced writers, the real frustration after keystroking “The End” is trying to get noticed. There are so few outlets available for presenting your material. This festival appeals to me because my work now migrates from an unread concept into a produced staging, easily accessible by industry pros.
– David Redstone, Feature Script (FLEET WEEK)

The feedback was great. Most of the people liked it, so I am glad you screened it at your festival.
– Martin Rosete, Short Film (VOICE OVER)

I’ve been submitting “Wayfarers” to a bunch of places. The notion that some of it could be performed seemed interesting – it’s a twist on the usual screenplay contest, and in some ways, it’s more valuable to me as a writer-director.
– Arnon Z. Shor, Feature Script (WAYFAYERS)

First, i must say I m very excited that my film had the opportunity to be seen by this audience. Interesting observations by a very intelligent audience.
– Emy Tzavra-Bulloch, Short Film (MINOTAUR)

Action/Adventure Festival: Use code “action45” and receive 45% off via FilmFreeway

Submit to the Action/Adventure Film & Screenplay Festival:

Get your script and story performed by professional actors at the Action/Adventure Festival. Get your Short Film showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival and get an audience video.

Next Festival Dates:
August 25 2016
November 24 2016

Festival takes place at the Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto, Canada.

FULL FEEDBACK on your film from the audience! SUBMIT ANYTIME!
Submissions take 3-7 weeks for evaluation.

Screenplay Readings take place every single month. Watch the recent monthly winners:

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Awards & Prizes

This festival was created by the FEEDBACK Film and Screenplay Festival to push more action/adventure filmmakers and writers to the industry and the world. Obviously these are genres that garner the most worldwide attention in the motion picture industry and it’s this festivals job to promote the next generation of action/adventure storytellers.

WATCH Winning Action/Adventure Screenplay and Story Readings

WATCH Audience FEEDBACK Film Festival Videos

Winners get their screenplay performed professional actors. Or, you get your short film showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival.

We specialize in showcasing Action/Adventure stories and making sure that when the work is ready, the writer will benefit by at least obtaining a solid agent.

Read more testimonials from the festival:

I found the page specific notes to be incredibly helpful. They showed that the reader took time to read and analyze the entire script. And considering the amount of pieces that are submitted, that says a lot.
– Franklin Friedlander, Feature Screenplay “Killer Be Killed”

This is the most intensive and helpful script notes I have received from any contest or paid reader. I would have paid for these notes without having entered the contest. If I had this reader years before, I wouldn’t be so disheartened and soured as I am now on screenwriting. If I ever regain my enthusiasm for screenwriting and film, I will surely follow the constructive notes on a rewrite.
– Todd Bronson, Feature Screenplay “Poaching the Big Muddy”

Thank you very much for your well-considered feedback. I’ve read through your feedback a couple of times and thought I’d let you know it’s very actionable feedback and something I feel I can use to make me a better writer altogether.
– George Reese, Feature Screenplay “Reconquista”

It was nice to hear that the audio design was appreciated, particularly that knee stomp (Hi Stewart!). We spent a lot of time making it ‘wetter’, so it’s nice to hear it specifically mentioned. It was also nice to hear the production design was appreciated. The mention of that shot where everything is swept off the table got me particularly, as watching playback for that on set was the first moment I felt we really had something cool in the making.
– Harrison Norris, Short Film Director “A Peaceful Man”

I love their (Adventure/Action Festival) concept of multiple ways to get your story out: from logline, to 1st scene, to full screenplay. The fast turnaround for feedback is critical for me as I’m sure it is with many new writers — as many new drafts have been made by the time most contests provide feedback and results.
– David Kurtz, Feature Screenplay “Weecho”