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Submit via FilmFreeway Today: The Festival for Comedy Film & Screenplay Festival

I think it’s the timely and respectful feedback that has influenced me to enter the festival. For a reasonable price, I can get insightful feedback and a chance to have it read aloud. And it’s a chance you get monthly, which is cool.
– John-Arthur Ingram (Feature Screenplay, Three Play)

Thursday December 29, 2016

Thursday February 23, 2016

Screenplay Festival Monthly.

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Watch the Winning Comedy Screenplays and Short Films at the festival in 2016:

January 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
January 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

February 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
February 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

March 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
March 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

April 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
April 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

May 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
May 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

June 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
June 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

July 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
July 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

August 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
August 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

September 2016 Film and Screenplay Festival:
September 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

Read testimonials from the 2016 Festival Submissions:

Terrific reading of my screenplay. Please thank the actors for me! The initial feedback was encouraging and it also appropriately threw light on some needs of the script.
– Robert Tolz (Screenplay, Renassance Man)

Absolutely outstanding notes and I can’t thank you enough. Obviously Charlie Kaufman are difficult waters to sail but I am determined to rock on. The first thing I throw out of the boat is He Who Appears To Be He. But a girl can dream can’t she? Count on one thing you will be receiving my rewrite with a boatload of gratitude.
– Kelly Karam (Screenplay, Ole: Rising Above Mith)

Thank you for the feedback! I appreciate it and will work to improve it.
– Evan Schullery (Screenplay, Due South)

Thank you so much for including my spec script in your festival. The feedback you’ve given me is very detailed and useful. I’ll make sure that I make the necessary changes to the script.
– Linsen Oyosa (TV Spec, Brooklyn Nine-Nine)

I want to thank you immensely for the feedback! I’m truly grateful. Feedback and reviews are the main reasons I submit to competitions such as this one. I’m most pleased with this one in particular because the reviewer took the time to make suggestions as to how I could make the script better, most notably with some of my character relationships.
– Chastity Lively (Screenplay, Happy Holidays)

Thanks so much for your constructive and insightful comments! I’m glad you enjoyed SMITHEREENS.
– Hersh Rephun (TV PILOT, Smithereens)

Gratified that people seemed to get it, and like it. I like hearing the comparisons to Modern Family. I made this to be entertaining and I’m so glad that people seemed to be entertained.
– Erik Linthorst (Short Film, TURKEY)

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Last Chance to Submit to the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Festival via FilmFreeway

For me it was really great to get response from the audience. I have worked hard to finish the project. And i loved the way the audience is trying to find their answer of meaning that is captured in the film. I want to Thank you for showcasing my film. The audience feedback video was awesome.
– Jan-Willem de Kraaij, Short Film (LA COMMEDIA)

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: http://fantasyscififestival.com/2016/02/09/january-2016-fantasysci-fi-filmsscreenplaysstories/

February 2016:
February 2016 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Films/Screenplays/Stories

March 2016:
March 2016 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Films/Screenplays/Stories

April 2016:
April 2016 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Films/Screenplays/Stories

May 2016:
May 2016 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Films/Screenplays/Stories

June 2016:
June 2016 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Films/Screenplays/Stories

July 2016:
July 2016 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Films/Screenplays/Stories

August 2016:
August 2016 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Films/Screenplays/Stories

September 2016:
September 2016 Fantasy/Sci-Fi Films/Screenplays/Stories

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

Next film festival date is Thursday January 19, 2017. Submit your film today and get it shown at the sold out festival.

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Submit your TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay via FilmFreeway

Thanks to you and your team for such excellent and detailed feedback. It’s clear that those reviewing the script have put a great deal of time and effort into breaking it down and assessing it professionally – and we’re very grateful. We particularly appreciate the fact that both the strengths and the weaknesses have been highlighted, so we can see what we’re doing right, as well as which elements need work.
– Sara Myles, TV Pilot (May Contain Nuts)

Get your TV script performed by professional actors at the Television Festival. At least 2 winners ever single month.

Watch the January 2016 Winners:
January 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Watch the February 2016 Winners:
February 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Watch the March 2016 Winners:
March 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Watch the April 2016 Winners:
April 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Watch the May 2016 Winners:
May 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Watch the June 2016 Winners:
June 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

Watch the July 2016 Winners;
July 2016 TV Pilot/Spec Screenplay Winners

FULL FEEDBACK on your TV Scripts from our committee of Professional TV Writers, TV Production Heads and TV Script Consultants.

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Submit your Film & Screenplay to the Festival for Family

Thank you for the detailed feedback. Whoever did this feedback is a caring person with heart!
– Doris B. Gill (Rembrandt and the Seedlings, Feature Script)

Get your script and story performed by professional actors at the Family Festival.

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

FAMILY and KIDS Films will always be needed and wanted in our society. If you can write a great family screenplay, or make a great family short film, then you are definitely on your way to having a great career. This portion of the Writing and Film Festival would like to present at least 40 new works of Family & Kids Films/Stories a year. As of September 2015, we have showcased over 50+ family stories at our festival this year alone. Submit your script or short film today.

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Next Family Film Festival: Thursday January 26, 2017

Family Screenplay Festival occurs month. Screenplay Festival occurs monthly. Watch the 2016 winners:

January 2016 Festival
January 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

February 2016 Festival
February 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

March 2016 Festival
March 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

April 2016 Festival
April 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

May 2016 Festival
May 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

June 2016 Festival:
June 2016 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

July 2016 Festival:
July 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

August 2016 Festival:
August 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

September 2016 Festival:
September 2016 Family Films/Screenplays/Stories

Last Chance to Submit your Short Film to the Dec. 2016 Female Film Festival

The FEEDBACK Female Film Festival (FFFF) was created for women filmmakers and screenwriters. The goal is to showcase the best of female talent in film & TV from around the world.

Film Festival takes place twice a year. Next Festival is December 29, 2016
Screenplay Festival takes place monthly.

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Recent Testimonials:

I thought that the feedback video was one of the best gifts this short film could bring me. Everything the audience said was so precise, every emotion… They captured the essence of the film! I never thought it could go so far. It really inspired me to keep on working.
– Director Laura Garcia (ALEX)

I loved hearing all the different interpretations from the different audience members. Everyone comes to a screening with different backgrounds and history, and that all informs the way in which they receive and perceive a film; it was fascinating to me, and I thought everyone had very valuable things to say.
– Filmmaker Sarah Deakins (Greece)

A producer friend of mine who worked on this script suggested sending it in. What a great idea.
– Ellery VanDooyeweert (Short Screenplay, The Writer’s Duel)

Absolutely outstanding notes and I can’t thank you enough. Obviously Charlie Kaufman are difficult waters to sail but I am determined to rock on. The first thing I throw out of the boat is He Who Appears To Be He. But a girl can dream can’t she? Count on one thing you will be receiving my rewrite with a boatload of gratitude.
– Kelly Karam (Screenplay, Ole: Rising Above Mith)

I want to thank you immensely for the feedback! I’m truly grateful. Feedback and reviews are the main reasons I submit to competitions such as this one. I’m most pleased with this one in particular because the reviewer took the time to make suggestions as to how I could make the script better, most notably with some of my character relationships.
– Chastity Lively (Screenplay, Happy Holidays)

Submit to the Thriller/Suspense Festival via FilmFreeway

Submit via FilmFreeway:

I always thought that once a film is finished (or abandoned, as someone said once…), it no longer belongs to the filmmakers – it belongs to the audience. This festival is the perfect illustration of that. I very much appreciate the fact that your audience took the time to watch MEDIATION in the first place, and then chose to stay after the screening to discuss it. As a writer-director, I couldn’t ask for more – if there is an audience that cares enough to talk about a film I wrote and directed, then I’ve done my job.
– Francisco Lorite (Mediation Short Film)

The monthly festival that showcases the best of Thriller/Suspense Genre Stories and Films from around the world.

Next Festival Dates:
October 27 2016
February 23 2017

Submit your film or story and get it showcased at the Festival.

Screenplay Festival occurs monthly. Watch the 2016 winners:

January 2016:
January 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

February 2016:
February 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

March 2016:
March 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

April 2016:
April 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

May 2016:
May 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

June 2016:
June 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

July 2016:
July 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

August 2016:
August 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

September 2016:
September 2016 Thriller/Suspense Films/Screenplays/Stories

– With THRILLER screenplays and films, there will always be a market. This is a genre that will always be popular. Agents and producers are always looking for the next great writer and the next great filmmakers who tell great THRILLER stories. So if that is you, we will showcase your script or short film and make sure the right people see your work.

FilmFreeway Special: Submit to the DOCUMENTARY Film Festival

Watching the reactions of (German Shepherd) at the FEEDBACK Festival does not become more meaningful than that. When your film reaches and audience that respond in such way, it´s pure joy.
– Nils Bergendal, Director “German Shepherd”

Next Festival Dates:
November 24 2016
February 23 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.

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Why the this is the fastest growing Documentary Film Festival in the world today:

– Your film will get screened in front of a large, broad audience.

– We are a feedback festival and you will actually hear what people and action/adventure film lovers think of your film.

– Your film is screened and then talked about with the audience, lead by a Professional Industry moderator.

Even if your film is not selected, you will receive the full feedback from the viewing committee. The goal of the Film Festival is to help everyone involved grow as an artist, so we will offer some kind of constructive criticism whether or not we accept your entry for the formal festival. If your film is not accepted, you are allowed to re-submit (sans any entry fee) using the suggested changes the committee made.

Read more testimonials of recent filmmakers who had their short documentary film showcased at the festival:

Hearing the audience’s responses compelled me to raise the bar of what I should have expected from myself in making this film. The feedback video is a great concept and I cannot express how important it was to have it as a record of the viewing experience at time when I could not be present for the screening.
– Vinit Parmar, Director “Quest for Energy”

I’ve had my work shown in festivals before but I’ve never had the experience of being in a room with 100 people all engaging in a discussion about a film I made. The coolest part of it was seeing that people in audience who I didn’t think would enjoy the film giving positive feedback about it. I always pictured that you would need to have some sort of understanding of death-metal music to enjoy the film but I couldn’t be more pleased to discover that wasn’t the case.
– Sean Singh, Director of “Suburban Deathcore”

I was thrilled with the audience response to the film. Some people in particular really “got” it, pointing to the words “and yet” in the opening haiku as the hint of hopefulness in the film. The shot of the school of fish shifting direction connotes that hope of a shift in consciousness.
– Elizabeth Thompson, Director of “This Dewdrop World”