2016 1st Scene Screenplay Winners

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ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – YOU’VE CHANGED
December 2016 Reading
Written by Sam Sexton
ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – DOORLOCKER
December 2016 Reading
Written by Tony DiSibio & BL Cooper

ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY
December 2016 Reading
Written by Elisha Barnes
ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – SENIOR PRANK
August 2016 Reading
Written by Vincent Masson

ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – SENIOR PRANK
July 2016 Reading
Written by Shiv Sudhakar

ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – CATCH!
July 2016 Reading
Written by Jerry Nield

ACTOR1st Scene Screenplay – RORSCHACH
May 2016 Reading
Written by Federico Franchi, Filippo Pierangelini

ACTOR1st Scene Screenplay – THE WEDDING THIEF
April 2016 Reading
Written by Brett Bacon

ACTOR1st Scene Screenplay – MAN SEEKING MONKEY
April 2016 Reading
Written by Steve Mikals

ACTOR1st Scene Screenplay – RENAISSANCE MAN
March 2016 Reading
Written by Robert Tolz

 

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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: John Johnson

Winning COMEDY Short Screenplay – THE MIGHTY BIRD by Brian Gililland

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THE MIGHTY BIRD
Written by Brian Gililland and Lance Larson

SYNOPSIS:

Genre: Comedy

An average joe discovers one day that he yields a surprising super-power in his middle fingers.

CAST LIST:

MIGHTY BIRD – Gabriel Darku
FABULOUS FINGERLING – Rikki Wright
OLD LADY – Julie C. Sheppard
NARRATOR – Michelle Alexander

Get to know the winning writer:

What is your screenplay about?

An ordinary man one day realizes that he has the power to make people explode when he gives them the middle finger. With great power comes great responsibility, until he meets a man with an equally powerful middle finger.

What genres does your screenplay under?

comedy/sci-fi

Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

It plays on the superhero film craze, then turns it on its head.

How would you describe this script in two words?

Mmmm. Bop.

What movie have you seen the most times in your life?

Dumb and dumber, Jurassic Park, and Star Wars.

How long have you been working on this screenplay?

This screenplay was written during my time working as a sound mixer on the latest Children of the Corn film. In between setups I would come to other crew members and as suggestions similar to an improv show setup. It took me the duration of filming to finish the screenplay.

How many stories have you written?

I have been writing short films for over 15 years. In that time I have reached final draft over 30 times.

What motivated you to write this screenplay?

The shoot for children of the corn was very heavy, and this script was an attempt to boost morale. It worked.

What obstacles did you face to finish this screenplay?

Honestly, the only obstacle was convincing the children of the corn producer to read the script. He eventually did. And apparently he laughed his ass off.

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

I love doing standup comedy in my free time.

Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

Don’t overanalyze your work. Finish a script and submit it. Then keep writing.

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

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: John Johnson

Sept. 2016 Winner: Webseries – TREVOR AND EVOR Screenplay by Sasha Siljanovic

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TREVOR AND EVOR Webseries Screenplay
Written by Sasha Siljanovic

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Julian Ford
TREVOR – Nick Hendrick Wicht
EVOR – Kheon Clarke
STONER – Donald Molnar

Get to know the winning writer:

What is your screenplay about?

TREVOR AND EVOR is about two stoner friends who set out to revolutionize the food home delivery industry and now have to navigate the stresses of running a small business while still trying to stay true to their original ideals. Their dream delivery job is taking over their lives…

What genres does your screenplay fall under?

Absurd, comedy, drama

Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

I don’t think it would suit the movie format. It’s style/form better suits a web series. Or does it? There’s a nice Dude Where’s my Car feel to it.

How would you describe this script in two words?

Strangely engaging.

What movie have you seen the most times in your life?

Glengarry Glen Ross, Life of Brian, What about Bob?

How long have you been working on this screenplay?

A week.

How many stories have you written?

A few TV pilots, Short Movies and Web Series.

What motivated you to write this screenplay?

I was at home desperately craving some Peking Duck to go with the wine I was drinking. And then I got thinking…

What obstacles did you face to finish this screenplay?

The major obstacle was knowing “How much” I should give the audience so they come back, as I only wanted to use 4 pages max.

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

Wine, beach, napping.

Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

Just finish it. Then write something else.

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

Editor: John Johnson

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

July 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

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See the July 2016 Comedy Stories. Click the link and watch the winning videos:

ACTOR
LOREN THE ROBOT BUTLER: TEACH ME HOW TO DOUGIE!, 3min, USA, Puppetry/Comedy

Short Film from July 2016 Film Festival

ACTORTHE DRUNK: GETTING HOME, 6min, UK, Comedy
Short Film from July 2016 Film Festival

ACTORNATIVE IMMIGRATION, 15min, UK, Comedy
Short Film from July 2016 Film Festival

ACTORCLEAN BREAK, 5min, UK, Comedy
Short Film from July 2016 Film Festival

ACTORSTEPHEN THE TIME TRAVELLING DOG, 3min, UK, Comedy/Fantasy
Short Film from July 2016 Film Festival

ACTORHOWELL, 4min, UK, Horror/Comedy
Short Film from July 2016 Film Festival

ACTORSHORT STORY – HEAVY SEXTING
July 2016 Reading
Written by Amy Arrow

ACTORFEATURE Screenplay – THE CHARLOTTETOWN JACKHAMMER
July 2016 Reading
Written by Marc Lalonde

ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – SENIOR PRANK
July 2016 Reading
Written by Shiv Sudhakar

ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – CATCH!
July 2016 Reading
Written by Jerry Nield

ACTORMOCKUMENTARY Screenplay – BOWLING FOR CONCUBINES
July 2016 Reading
Written by Vanessa Marlowe

ACTORSHORT Screenplay – TREED
July 2016 Reading
Written by Sally Spitzli

ACTORSHORT Screenplay – FIRE!
July 2016 Reading
Written by Steve Biggs

ACTORSHORT Screenplay – THE FACTS OF LIFE
July 2016 Reading
Written by Chris Beadnell

ACTORBEST SCENE Screenplay – DUE SOUTH
July 2016 Reading
Written by Evan Schullery

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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: John Johnson

Get to know the Comedy Short Film: BEHIND TIME

Playing at the FEEDBACK Best of Comedy Short Film Festival on Thursday March 31st. Get your FREE Tickets: http://www.wildsound.ca/torontofilmfestivals.html

behind_time_movie_poster.jpgBEHIND TIME, 1min, Sweden, Comedy/Animation
Directed by Carina Henriksson

What are humans good at? Yes. At being late! This is an everyday struggle that we face and that are testing our patience. What happens, if we take it to Cartoon level?

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Film Type: Animation, Short, Student

Runtime: 1 minute 21 seconds

Completion Date: September 11, 2015

Film Color: Color

First-time Filmmaker: Yes

Student Project: Yes

Get to know the Comedy Short Film: MORE THAN GOD

Playing at the FEEDBACK Best of Comedy Short Film Festival on Thursday March 31st. Get your FREE Tickets: http://www.wildsound.ca/torontofilmfestivals.html

more_than_god_movie_posterMORE THAN GOD, 9min, Ireland, Comedy
Directed by Kev Cahill

A pious Doctor is forced to deal with a family matter whilst hiding under the bed of a stranger.

A short comedy set in modern Ireland that follows the attempts of a pious doctor to uncover his wife’s suspected affair, but instead is confronted by the rigidity of his religion, the boundaries of his love for his daughter, and his obligation to resuscitate her lover’s husband

More Than God was completed in August 2015. It comes out of a changing Ireland in a changing world. The recent gay marriage referendum in Ireland followed by the long awaited Supreme Court ruling in the United States has finally brought a marginalised group of our society a step closer to being equal citizens in the eyes of the law. Our film set out to show a family in the middle of that struggle. Some people would say that struggle is far too severe a word given that the lgbtq community is already widely accepted in society. A struggle against equality not against not against overt discrimination can be more difficult to overcome. It is for this reason that we try to convey the change of society in a more discrete way. We did not want to force a message upon anyone. We wanted to have a bit of fun.

We set out to show very normal universally recognisable characters in a bizarre situation which ultimately reminds them how their humanity is linked to everyone through the family, friends and strangers who are standing beside them.

FESTIVALS:

WINNER BEST DIRECTOR at RHODE ISLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015
WINNER BEST SHORT FILM BAHAMA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL 2015
WINNER BEST SHORT FILM BOSTON IRISH FILM FESTIVAL 2016

OFFICIAL SELECTION Cardiff International Film Festival, Wales
OFFICIAL SELECTION Galway Film Fleadh, Ireland
OFFICIAL SELECTION Coventry LGBTQ Film Festival, England
OFFICIAL SELECTION Heart of Gold Film Festival, Australia
OFFICIAL SELECTION Kiwi International Film Festival, New Zealand
OFFICIAL SELECTION Sand Dunes Film Festival, India
OFFICIAL SELECTION Dingle Film Festival, Ireland
OFFICIAL SELECTION Shebeen Flick Film Festival Berlin, Germany
OFFICIAL SELECTION Toronto Irish Film Festival, Canada
OFFICIAL SELECTION Virgin Atlantic Inflight Entertainment, Transatlantic
OFFICIAL SELECTION InFlight Dublin, The Clouds
OFFICIAL SELECTION Rhode Island International Film Festival, USA
OFFICIAL SELECTION Kerry Film Festival, Ireland
OFFICIAL SELECTION Bahama Film Festival, The Bahamas
OFFICIAL SELECTION Irish Film Festival Boston, USA

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video of the Comedy Short Film YO SOY PEDRO

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Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video for YO SOY PEDRO. Moderated by Matthew Toffolo:

  MOVIE POSTERYO SOY PEDRO, 10min, France, Sci-Fi/Comedy
Directed by Jordan Inconstant

1977. Mackenzie and Banks are two Americans cops who encounter an alien that has just crashed. The police take him for a film actor and decide to bring it back to Hollywood studios. .

Film Type: Short

Genres: sci-fi, comedy

Runtime: 10 minutes 35 seconds

Completion Date: November 30, 2014

Production Budget: 10,000 EUR

Country of Origin: France

Country of Filming: France

Film Language: French

Shooting Format: HDV

Aspect Ratio: 2:35

Film Color: Color

 

Comedy Short Film Festival – Thursday March 31st

Here is the Film Festival lineup  for the Comedy Short Film Festival on Thursday March 31 2016. Part of the best of comedy from 2016. Event will take place at the Carlton Cinemas, in downtown Toronto at 7pm.

A WILDsound FEEDBACK Film Festival showcase:

MORE THAN GOD, 9min, Ireland, Comedy
Director: Kev Cahill

A pious Doctor is forced to deal with a family matter whilst hiding under the bed of a stranger.

HERE’S JANE, 12min, USA, Comedy
Director: JoLane Lentz

Jane, a free spirit in her mid 30’s, working as a sales girl in the mall at Forever 21, comes up with a scheming plan on how to avoid being evicted from her dumpy apartment she shares with her best friend Heather. Who’s also in her mid 30’s, waiting tables at Hooters while in her 9th year of community college.

BEHIND TIME, 1min, Sweden, Comedy/Animation
Director: Carina Henriksson

What are humans good at? Yes. At being late! This is an everyday struggle that we face and that are testing our patience. What happens, if we take it to Cartoon level?

JEWISH BLIND DATE, 16min, Switzerland, Comedy/Romance
Director: Anaelle Morf

Unhappy in love, Mary Lou decides to reconnect with her religious roots by marrying a practicing Jew. In order to get married, she has to pass the Shidduch test, which will determine whether her life will be a success or failure.

Films will also play with the Best of Family Short Films:

FROG, 17min, USA, Family/Drama
Director: Jonathan Bucari

After school, Danny, an innocent 11 year old, retreats to his refuge, the frog pond. After catching a frog, he steps outside his comfort zone and ventures further upstream. It is here, in dark woods, that he comes face to face with the neighborhood bullies. They proceed to teach him a cruel lesson on the penalties of trespassing and kill his frog. Frog is a story of innocence, cruelty and triumph that focuses on Danny’s quest to seek justice.

ACE, 6min, UK, Family/Kids
Director: AD Cooper

Two bored boys repeatedly harass an old man in a mobility scooter by cycling up to him on their bikes and yelling in his face. His response is anything but predictable.

FISH, 10min, USA, Family/Drama
Director: Andrew Ruiz

A young boy puts his father in a difficult position when he tries to smuggle his pet Betta fish past airport security.

 

 

 

Movie Review: ZOOLANDER (2001) Directed by Ben Stiller

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ZOOLANDER MOVIE POSTER
ZOOLANDER, 2001
Movie Reviews

Directed by Ben Stiller
Starring: Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Christine Taylor, Jerry Stiller, Will Ferrell, Milla Jovovich, Jon Voight, David Duchovny
Review by Trish Koutrodimos

SYNOPSIS:

A moronic male model is brainwashed to kill the Malaysian Prime Minister for outlawing the slave labor that the fashion industry is built on.

REVIEW:

If the Prime Minister of Malaysia wants to stop slave labor and so the fashion industry’s clothes production, what’s a fashionista to do? Well, an international syndicate of fashion designers believes bumping off the old party-pooper’d do it. They force Jacobim Mugatu (Ferrell), a major designer himself, to find a vacuous mind to brainwash to do the job. But where, Mugatu cries, can he find someone that “beef-headed”?!

“Over the past decade male-modeling has had a shadow cast over it by one man and five syllables … Derek Zoolander”. Creator of Blue Steal, Ferrari and a range of other “looks” that all curiously look the same, Derek (Stiller) is a single-brain-celled soul who can’t turn left to save his life. Having won the Best Male Model Award three years in a row, Derek’s convinced he’s got this year’s in the bag. So convinced that when young upcoming model, Hansel’s (Wilson), name is called, Derek walks onto the stage to accept the award. Halfway into his acceptance speech, the announcer whispers the obvious to Derek and, ashamed, Derek flees the awards night. In the crowd Mugatu however is satisfied that he’s found his vacuous mind.

The next day in his apartment, which he shares with three other vacuous male model friends, Derek tries to explain to them that “maybe there [is] more to life than being really, really, really ridiculously good looking … Maybe we should be doing something more meaningful with our lives. Like helping people”. The models don’t get it but take Derek out for a pick-me-up orange mocha frappuccino. The joyful boys stop at a petrol station where they have a water fight. Water turns to petrol and petrol soon turns to fire when one of the models lights a cigarette. Derek, having moved away from the boys to read a mocking magazine article about himself, written by Matilda Jeffries, looks up and horribly watches his friends perish in the explosion. At their funeral, Derek announces his retirement from modeling.

He flees to his hometown to become a coal-miner with his father and brothers. But, wilting preciously after one day and embarrassing his father, Derek drags himself back to the city where, surprisingly, for the first time, Mugatu wishes to hire him for his Derelicte campaign. Mugatu’s butch fashionista right-hand, Katinka, takes Derek to a “day spa”. Meanwhile, journalist Matilda tries to dig-up dirt on Mugatu but can’t find anything on him before 1995. A mysterious phone call tips her off about Derek’s “day spa”. The “day spa” has quotation marks because it’s actually a secret hideout where Mugatu brainwashes Derek, using the Frankie Goes to Hollywood song, Relax, to kill the Malaysian Prime Minister. Matilda tries to break in but Katinka kicks her out. Digging up more dirt, Matilda finds case files of several of Mugatu’s models who died young in freak accidents – in every crime scene photo, Katinka is present. Derek’s next!

At a swanky club, swarming with the likes of Paris Hilton, Billy Zane and Winona Ryder, Derek is hanging out. However, when Hansel busts in as the hot new thing fur starts to fly and, as events usually unfold, they end up in an old warehouse having a walk-off (see Starsky and Hutch review where Stiller has a dance-off but this time, Wilson is on his side). A walk-off is where a competitor does a funky move and the other must copy and add to it. Whoever can’t copy loses. With David Bowie as referee, Derek and Hansel battle it out – doing the robot, hand stands, flips off the wall – but it all culminates in one act: Hansel puts one hand down his skin-tight pants, jiggles it around a bit, and magically pulls out his underwear! The crowd turns to Derek … Mike Tyson warns him not to, but Derek stands and his hand goes down … Yanking up his underwear, Derek gives himself the biggest front-wedgie the fashion world has ever seen! Losing, he’s driven home by Matilda who was swept up in the crowd on the way over. On the way, her phone rings and the same mysterious voice tells her to go to the cemetery.

At the cemetery, Matilda and Derek walk past the graves of countless male models who have all died tragically young. The mysterious caller unveils himself – a scruffy bum with a cryogenic capsule around one hand. He tells them that the fashion industry has been behind every political assassination in the last 200 years – for example Abe Lincoln was assassinated for abolishing slaves because they made the fashion industry’s wigs and stockings. All the assassins were male models – they’re in peak physical condition, can gain entry into secure places, and most importantly of all, do as they’re told. Mugatu, a long time ago, sold his soul to a syndicate of fashion designers to make him a famous designer. Now they’re enlisting him to kill the Malaysian Prime Minster – by using Derek! But how does this scruffy man know this? Derek looks at his hand – he’s J.P. Prewitt, the world’s greatest hand model. He escaped being an assassin. Prewitt warns him that he’ll be triggered to kill using an audio device and advises them to unearth Mugatu’s incriminating files. Under a hail of bullets, Derek and Matilda flee the cemetery.

Derek needs to hide where no one will think to find him – Hansel’s! At the door of Hansel’s exotic crib, Matilda explains the crisis but Hansel wants to straighten some stuff out first. Hesitantly, Derek admits that he’s threatened by Hansel’s blossoming career as his own is winding down. Hansel admits that he’s intimidated by Derek’s shadow – Derek actually inspired him to become a model (“I freakin’ worship you, man!”). They appologise and become friends. Inside, the three of them sit on cushions under an Indian style canopy and drink some exotic tea. Relaxed, Matilda admits her disdain for models – as a child, she was a fat kid and models made her loathe her body. So, she became bulimic. Derek and Hansel insensitively laugh this off – they throw up all the time to lose weight! It’s great! Matilda affirms it’s a disease. Leaving the subject, she admits her lack of a sex life. Under the power of the tea, she, Derek and Hansel along with a strange tattooed man, Finnish dwarfs and a Maori tribesman enjoy a sensual orgy. The next morning, in the kitchen, Derek confesses to Hansel that he’s falling in love with Matilda. Matilda enters and urges them to go get the files before the Derelicte fashion show tonight. The Malaysian Prime Minister is going to be the guest of honour and Derek is going to kill him.

Derek and Hansel, in janitor disguises, sneak into the office. Matilda has told them that the files are “in the computer”. The men look at the computer dumbfounded. Derek has to leave to get ready for the show and Hansel wishes him luck. Back at her office, Matilda discovers Mugatu’s previous identity – Jacob Moogberg, the original synth player for the band, Frankie Goes to Hollywood. It clicks – Derek’s trigger is Relax! She rushes to the show to warn him but Derek’s already on stage and the Malaysian Prime Minister is sat right in front of it. Relax plays and Derek spirals out of control, into a crazy ninja, cart-wheeling towards the Prime Minister. However, Hansel breaks into the DJ’s room and break-dance fights the DJ. The song switches on and off as Hansel and then the DJ each get the upper hand. Finally, the DJ knocks Hansel to the ground and turns on the song. Derek flips over the Prime Minister’s head and positions his hands to snap the Malaysian’s neck. Reaching, Hansel pulls the plug and kills the music. Hansel, over the speaker, announces that Mugatu brainwashed Derek and that he has the files to prove it. He holds up the computer console and smashes it to the ground. “Where’d all the files go?” he asks. Mugatu, thinking he’s won, is mistaken when Derek’s once unfaithful manager comes clean and reveals his own back-up files. Mugatu snaps – he’s always hated Derek because he hasn’t earned his fame – he’s only got one look! Mugatu pulls out a dart and throws it at the Malaysian Prime Minster. “One look?” Derek grunts. “One look!”. He turns left and steps infront of the Prime Minster and unleashes the awaited new look … Magnum! A blue glow radiates from Derek and the dart falls, like the watching crowd, in awe of it. “It’s beautiful”, Mugatu whispers as he’s tackled to the ground. Celebrating, Matilda comes up to Derek who smooches her!

A year later, Derek opens the Derek Zoolander Center for Kids Who Can’t Read Good … And Who Want to Learn to Do Other Stuff Good Too which teaches kids how to be a professional model and a “professional human being”. There, Derek and Hansel are both teachers and Matilda meets Derek outside with their new baby boy. The baby strikes it’s first look and Derek is finally certain that there really is more to life than being really, really, really ridiculously good looking.

Zoolander is classic. Every little part of this movie – from the real-life celebrities hanging with Derek, to the eccentric costuming and set-design, to the expertly written and acted characters – is totally absorbed in the male modeling world and produces a compelling satire of the fashion industry. When this movie had first come out a guy said to me – “It’s hilarious. They’ve got these two unattractive guys playing male models” and it’s true. I mean, Wilson is pretty spunky, but not classic male model material – and Stiller’s average at best. But it works. These two men are funny enough that it works. The humour is unique – combining stupid humour (i.e. Derek’s dialogue: “How many Abidigitals do you see modeling?”) with clever and compelling plot and characters. The characters themselves are vast and hilarious – Mugatu, the egotistical hotheaded designer (to a model he’s dressing: “Oh, I’m sorry? Did my pin get in the way of your ass? … lose five pounds immediately!”) to the prostate-enlarged womaniser that’s Derek’s manager (“Look out! Tooshie squeeze!”) to the gorgeous yet idiotic Hansel (on Sting being his hero: “The music he’s created over the years – I don’t really listen to it, but the fact that’s making it, I respect that”). The way that the film’s shot, the vivid colour composition and funky soundtrack – every element of this movie is very high level entertainment. Watch it. A classic scene which must be mentioned is when Mugatu shows Derek a model of what the Derek Zoolander Center for Kids Who Can’t Read Good would look like. Derek immediately throws it to the ground. He looks up, scandalised, at Mugatu and proclaims, “What is this? A centre for ants? How can we be expected to teach children to learn how to read if they can’t even fit inside the building?”. Classic. Oh, and “Hansel. So hot right now”.

 

Today’s Comedy Screenplay Reading: IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA by Keith Black

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IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA “The Gang Commits Espionage” TV SPEC
Written by Keith Black
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SYNOPSIS:

‘The Gang Commits Espionage’ is an Always Sunny in Philadelphia spec about the tumultuous management of the bar and the group as a whole. Desperate for order, they seek out different political practices in hopes of organizing their chaos, and proving who is best fit as their leader.

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Lorry Ayers
DENNIS – Geoff Mays
MAC – Dan Cristofori
FRANK – Allan Brunet
CHARLIE – Adam Martignetti
DEE – Marsha Mason
SPANISH WOMAN – Victoria Kucher

Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo

Editor: John Johnson

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne