Thank you for the feedback! I appreciate it and will work to improve it.
– Evan Schullery (Screenplay, Due South)
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)
I liked the idea of online reading. I didn’t see that offered by other festivals.
Watch the Screenplay Reading:
A young PR exec falls in love with her proctologist but must pass him off to her boss’s pregnant daughter to advance her career.
Bennie – Bree Ali
Susan – Danielle Nicole
Narration – Malcolm Allcorn
Seth – Brogan Caulfield
Annette – Katelyn Varadi
I was completely thrilled. The audience took so much from my story that I hadn’t considered, likening it to ‘David and Goliath’ and The Pink Panther. I was also so excited to see that they understood the message I wanted to communicate and the tone of the film, showing me that I had succeeded in the parts of the film I’d thought I hadn’t.
- Stephanie Davidson
AUDIENCE FEEDBACK VIDEO. Moderated by Matthew Toffolo:
I feel so passionate about TWITS coming to life on screen, and the thought of having it read at your festival seemed like an awesome next step. I can’t wait to hear it!
The feedback I received was encouraging, very helpful and respectful. Being kind goes a long way, and I thank you so much for that!
- Alison McGrath
How one community deals with life when technology goes dark for a brief moment in time.
Narrator: Val Cole
Paul: Nick Wicht
Demi: Carina Cojeen
Emergency Alert: Peter Nelson
Barista: Shania Belton
Cheryl: Katelyn Varadi
Awesome, thank you so much! Very clear, artistic, raunchy, (and the most pleasant surprise), youthfully appealing. I didn’t see that coming. It’s a real eye-grabber and conversation starter. Well done. The progressive script is not for everyone. The film short is not for everyone. Good! Screw’em. I like it a lot. I hope you enjoyed the project and the process as well. Please thank all your staff.
Nathan Yacos – On the making of his Screenplay Movie
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