Read a WILDsound Festival Review. Various comments and opinions from writers who submitted to the festival. Testimonials from 2016. (January 2016 to March 2016)
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Thank you so much for your feedback. It is positive and constructive, as well as easy to understand. As I make the transition from books to screenplays, I am looking to learn all I can about the craft of screenwriting, and your feedback has been an extremely helpful step in that process. I’m glad you see potential in my script and I’m ready to get to work in making it the best it can be. Thanks again!!!
– Keisha Bass, Feature Screenplay “For God’s Glory”
Spot on feedback. I’ll check it out again, clean up some of the lengthy descriptions and work through your notes.
– Thorsten Loos, Short Screenplay “Beyond Treatment”
I have to really thank the actors for my reading, nothing short of terrific as they were, nothing short of incredibly smart, attractive, and perceptive as they were. They brought the script to life better.
– Fredric Maffai, Feature Screenplay “Moths to Flame”
Thank you very much for your kind words and constructive criticism regarding my script. I found your feedback very helpful and I can’t say I disagree with much of what was said. I’ll take these notes to heart as I begin my next draft.
– Colin McCormick, Short Screenplay “The King of Denmark”
Thank you for your feedback & detailed critique.
– Eugene Wytrkus, Feature Screenplay “The Money Run”
I was just writing to thank you for the great critiques and criticisms. Your email will be incredibly helpful when I begin the revising process for “Errant’s War”, so I am incredibly grateful to you for providing such help!
– Philip Tice, Feature Screenplay “The Errant’s Wars”
Thanks for your feedback. I appreciate an honest critique. I am working on the re-write.
– Eric Granger, Feature Screenplay “Tangled Spirits”
Thank you for these very helpful notes. Hopefully I can make the
suggested additions and/or changes necessary as I do plan to resubmit.
– Gary Billings, Feature Screenplay “Eve, Mother of All Living”
Good morning, thank you very much for taking the time to read through my first script. I appreciate the constructive feedback and will go back and re-edit/correct as needed.
– Wolfgang Schuler, Feature Screenplay “Spy Harmony”
Thank you for the great feedback on my script. I have to say I agree with everything you had to say, and I’ll work on cleaning the script up.
– Janyce Lapore, Feature Screenplay “Screaming My Heart Out”
I have taken the time to review your feedback and have found your comments and suggested invaluable. As an amateur writer, with this being my first attempt at a screenplay, it’s feedback like this that will help mold me into a stronger writer. I am taking your suggestions and comments into consideration and heading back to the drawing board. My time is limited and I do not want to rush myself.
– Sarah Kochan, Feature Screenplay “Infected Romance”
Thank you for your incisive feedback on my submission. I especially appreciate the specificity with which you address areas that need improvement, and I can see how revising them will make my resubmission better.
– Edythe Wise, Feature Screenplay “Orpheus Takes a Detour”
Thank you for your excellent feedback! This is my first ever script / writing attempt, so I really did need the valued advice you so clearly pointed out.
– Ben Browne, Feature Screenplay “Sinjar”
Thank you very much for your email and taking the time to write such a good feedback. I really appreciate all your comments and I will definitely take them on board. No worries about being harsh – the harder the better as it helps me to improve my writing.
– Andrew Chaos, Feature Screenplay “Release the Chaos”
Thanks for my feedback! I love it! Maybe I can tweak it some more, but I agree that with everything else that is going on, the subtle ending works and you forget how simple the plot is. Thanks again!
– Diarra McCormick, Short Screenplay “LeRoy’s Dream”