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Today’s TESTIMONIALS. Writers reactions to the feedback they received from the festival.

Read testimonials of recent submitted works and their reactions to the feedback they have received from the festival:

Submit your Screenplay or Story (Novel, Short Story) to the festival today for FEEDBACK, plus get it performed at the festival by professional actors: http://www.wildsound.ca

I think your feedback was valid and helpful. ATA will be rewritten within the next six months. I will keep this critique in a safe place for reference.

– Julie Merrick, Feature Screenplay (Adrian the Android)

Excellent feedback – thank you so much. It’s given me something to work with, which is just terrific. Still digesting it all.

– Laura Quigley, TV Pilot Screenplay (Mars)

Thank you for the feedback on my novel. The instructions provided for the corrections that I need to make are greatly appreciated.

– Robert J. Sparkman, Full Novel Submission (Prisoner Prodigal Pawn)

I have found your feedback particularly helpful. You’ve picked up on some great logic points of the story I couldn’t see having been immersed in the story.

– Ed Vassi, TV Pilot Screenplay (Our Demons)

I am amazed and grateful for your thoughtful and very valuable insight. I’ll be sure to support your festival with many submissions and recommendations in the future.

– Jonathan Ward, Short Screenplay (Deep Trouble)

Thank you for the reader’s lengthy and informative feedback about my script “I’m Still Here”! I appreciate what was said about it and will take it all into consideration when I rewrite the script for the WILDsound festival. I am going to try my best to respond to what the reader has said about it.

– Sean Elwood, Feature Screenplay (I’m Still Here)

Thank you for a very thoughtful and helpful evaluation of the script. You have given me much food for thought.

– Doris Gill, Feature Screenplay (Rembrandt)

Spot on! Thank you!

– Tammy Gross, 1st Scene Script (The Treasure Galleons)

Thanks for this. This is terrific feedback.

– Tom Bourne, Short Script (Bound)

Thanks, very interesting feedback. Helpful thoughts. ‚Äč

– Joanell Serra, 1st Chapter (Sonoma Stories)

Today’s Feature Screenplay Pitches

Read today’s Feature Screenplay Story Pitches and Loglines.

Bringing you the best of new story ideas in the world today.

Go to the Logline page and submit your story (any type, any genre) today: http://www.wildsound.ca/logline.html

Or, Submit your Feature Script to the Festival. FULL FEEDBACK. Holiday Special. SAVE $15 off regular submission: http://www.wildsound.ca/screenplaycontest.html

TV Pilot Performances

WILDsound was a great experience for me. The feedback I got was excellent and nailed all the issues I was having with my script, making it a much stronger piece once I finished the edits. It was great to see the table reading they did of my script and the way the contest team really got behind my project was very affirming. Overall, I recommend this contest.

– Jessica Seguin, TV PILOT “The Pure” from MovieBytes. WILDsound TV Screenplay Festival Review

Holiday Special – Submit your TV PILOT Screenplay by Nov. 30th and SAVE $!5 off the regular submission:
http://www.wildsound.ca/tvscreenplaycontest.html

Get FULL FEEDBACK on your television script. And get your script performed by professional actors.

Watch this year’s TV PILOT Winning Screenplays:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/tv_pilot_readings.html

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This month’s winning TV PILOT Scripts:

UP COUNTRY MOTORS, Comedy/Romance
November 2014 Reading
Written by John Fuhrman

POUND FOR POUND, Drama/Sports
August 2014 Reading
Written by Travis Hodgkins

SHRINK PROOF, Drama/Medical
April 2014 Reading
by Stephen Potts

THE PURE, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
February 2014 Reading
Written by Jessica Seguin

THE SHARE, Comedy/Romance
January 2014 Reading
Written by Emily Chadwick Weiss

In 2015 we guarantee to have at least 10 winning TV PILOT performances!

Read more testimonials and comments on MovieBytes:
http://www.moviebytes.com/ContestDetail.cfm?ContestNumber=2339&tab=tab2