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MAY 2020 WINNING WRITINGS (29)

Watch 29 screenplays & stories performed at the festival in May 2020.

4 Screenplay Movies

THREE TONY’S, by Dale Keith Pitman
SCRIPT MOVIE: Three Tonys, by Dale Keith Pitman

Poetry: A SCENE OF BRUTAL GLORY, by Howard W. Roberston
POETRY MOVIE: A Scene of Brutal Glory, by Howard W. Robertson

BLEEDING LIES, by Cesare Massaini
SCREENPLAY MOVIE: Bleeding Lies, by Cesare Massaini

TOTAL FICTION, by Lauren Unger & Larry Unger
SCRIPT MOVIE: Total Fiction, by Lauren Unger and Larry Unger

1 Feature Screenplay:

OLD SCRATCH, by Ty Clancey
COMEDY Festival WINNING Feature Screenplay: OLD SCRATCH, by Ty Clancey

5 TV Screenplays:

SHITSTORM, by David Luz
SCi-FI Best Scene Screenplay (TV PILOT) Reading of SHITSTORM, by David Luz

UNDER COVER OF DARKNESS, by Paul Raasch
ANIMATION (TV PILOT) 1st Scene Screenplay Reading: UNDER COVER OF DARKNESS, by Paul Raasch

THE SIMPSONS Spec, Geraint Horwood
1st Scene TV SPEC Reading of THE SIMPSONS ‘Live and Let D’oh!’, by Geraint Horwood

OF THE WRONG CANDIDATE, by John Ravitz
CRIME 1st Scene Screenplay (TV PILOT) Reading of THE WRONG CANDIDATE, by John Ravitz

FLIGHT OF THE RED FLOWER, by Nathan Allan
TV Pilot 1st Scene Reading: Flight Of The Red Flower, by Nathan Allen

2 Fan Fiction Screenplays:

GREEN ACRES “HOOTERS”, by Jay Strong
Wining FAN FICTION TV Script Reading: GREEN ACRES “Hooters to Hooterville”, by Jay Strong

PRINCESS BRIDE, by Carolyn McCray
Best Scene FAN FICTION Screenplay Reading of PRINCESS BRIDE, by Carolyn McCray

2 Short Screenplays:

LET’S PRETEND THIS NEVER HAPPENED, by Zachary Rubin
Winning SHORT Screenplay Reading: Let’s Pretend This Never Happened, by Zachary Rubin

PAGE NINE, by Henry Brown
Winning SHORT Screenplay Reading of PAGE NINE, by Henry Brown

3 1st Scene Screenplays:

TORONTO THE GOOD, by Andrew Moodie
https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2020/05/11/1st-scene-screenplay-reading-toronto-the-good-by-andrew-moodie/

WIPE, by Edward Hicklin
COMEDY 1st Scene Screenplay: WIPE, by Edward Hicklin

PAST CARING, by Sam Ferguson
LGBT 1st Scene Screenplay Reading: PAST CARING, by Sam Ferguson

3 Best Scene Readings:

PALMETTO, by Greg Emmerth
https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2020/05/11/best-scene-screenplay-reading-of-palmetto-by-greg-emmerth/

PRADOUR, by Vaughn Roste
https://wildsoundfestivalreview.com/2020/05/11/best-scene-screenplay-reading-of-oradour-by-vaughn-roste/

COME ALIVE, by Andrew Cooper
LGBT Best Scene Screenplay Reading: COME ALIVE, by Andrew Cooper

6 Novel & Short Story Readings:

CYBORN, by Mark Renshaw
NOVEL Transcript Reading: CYBORN, by Mark Renshaw

KICKING WATERMELONS, by Danail Hristov
SHORT STORY Reading: Kicking Watermelons, by Danail Hristov

AN AFTERNOON OF WORDS, by Sandy Tovray Greenberg
SHORT STORY Reading: An Afternoon Of Words, by Sandy Tovray Greenberg

ICEBERG, by Colin F. Reynolds
SHORT STORY Reading: Iceberg!, by Colin F Reynolds

THIS WORLD, by AI Jiang
SHORT STORY Reading: This World, by Ai Jiang

FAN FICTION Story: THE MANDALORIAN VS BOBA FETT, by Hector Rivera
Fan Fiction Short Story Reading: The Mandalorian vs Boba Fett, by Hector Rivera

3 Poetry Readings:

CLAP, by Darell J. Philip
POETRY READING: CLAP, by Darell J Philip

COSMOGONY, by Juliana Pasca
POETRY READING: Cosmogony, by Iuliana Pașca

WHAT WILL BE YOUR LEGACY, by The POET, Aka The Anointed Pen
POETRY READING: What Will Be Your Legacy, by The P.O.E.T. aka The Anointed Pen

Winning Feature Screenplay: The Memphis Mafia by Jason B. Williams

A disillusioned member of Elvis Presley’s entourage and an ex-stripper try to smuggle five million dollars in diamonds out of the country, without being caught by Colonel Parker or killed by the mob, on the back of Elvis’s American Eagle jumpsuit.

CAST LIST:

Elvis: Brandon Knox
Andy: Harry Judge
Narrator: Val Cole
Layla James: Alex Simpson
Judd: Randy Baumer
Vic: Brian Carlton

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Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Festival Moderators: Kierston Drier, Shepsut Wilson
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: Kimberly Villarruel

Festival Directors: Mary Cox, Rachel Elder, Natasha Levy

Camera Operators: Hugh Ritchie, Isabal Cupryn, Aser Santos Jr., Zack Arch