2017 – Read the best of COMEDY Feature Films – part 2

Read the synopsis and loglines for the best of COMEDY Feature Films from around the world: 

REDNECK CHRISTMAS, by JC Mercer Jr.

GIACOMO BONDAMENTE: THE WORLD’S GREATEST HERO, by Jim Corona

UBER GOOBER, by Chris Gross

JOHNIEE, by Rheah McLendon

THE TRIPLE DEALER, by Nicolas Ardanaz

THE WORST PIMP EVER, by Amezrae

STILL IN THE GAME, by George R. Flowers

PILL, by Suz Carr and Jordan L.

MAZEL TOV, by David Friedman

FAKE IT TILL, by Jason Mleczko

THE MAN WHO MISTOOK HIS HANDS FOR ELEPHANT FEET, by Banks Helfrich

A GUY WALKS INTO A BAR, by Linnea Gelland

A MAN VANISHED, by Marc Dickerson and Joshua Martin

THE LIST, by Erika Durham

WET WET WET, by James Stanistreet

PRAY FOR BROADWAY, by Chris Topher Means

DELIVERING BAD NEWS, by Frank Robertston

FIRST PERSON PLAYER, by Scott Noble and Jake Mays

IT’S NOT WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE, by Frank Floyd

EARLY RETIREMENT, by Philip J. Webb

FRIENDZONED, by Brian O’Sullivan

THE PRESIDENT’S NEIGHBOR, by Brett Bacon

DOWN AND DIRTY, by Sherry Blackwell

SEARCHING BY HAMBURGERS, by Cecelia Fresh

THERE SHE GOES AGAIN, by Emily Yan

99 DUMPS, by Wes Murry

THE PERFECT RIVAL, by Divia M.

STRAIGHT THROUGH MONTANA, by Ronald Danklefs

ELIZABETH BENNET IS DEAD, by Edith Woi & Jean-Marie Mazaleyrat

THE GIRL BY THE FENCE, by James Woodland

SHELLSHOCK, by Paul F. Connelly

THE CRAZY LIFE OF A KID FROM BROOKLYN, by Bill Morgenstein

ROAD TO MACHU PICCHU, by Stewart Fergus

THE WEDDING THIEF, by Brett Bacon

YONKHEER, by Wedny Henson

SUCH AS BEING, by John Streb and Matthew Russ

ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN, by Gene EC Ayres

THREE PLAY, by John-Arthur Ingram

THE ALIEN TOURIST, by Dennis Goldberg

WHITE NYAU DANCER, by Prince Muta

SPARKS, by Megan K. Bickel

A COOKS STORY, by Nathan House

BOLLYWOOD BURLESQUE, by Ashgid Khan

FUNKY AUCTION, by Alek Salt

ROCK N ROLL MOTHER TERESA, by Stefano Bozzo

I’LL TAKE MY ANSWERS IN A ALOHA, by Eve Hands

GREENSWORD, by Donald Bingle

THE INVENTOR AND HIS WIFE, by Francis Navarro

HOLY CREAM PUFF, by Nicolas Ardanaz

LISA AND SHARON GET MARRIED IN UTAH, by Ann Chamberlain

THE FIX, by Steven Canfield Crowley

DOTOMON, by Barry Welsh

BEERPOCALYPSE, by Tim Hitpas

THE FROG AND THE ARABIAN PRINCESS, by Ravi Joghee

MODEL UN, by KC

THE DAY THE WEST STOOD STILL, by Jim Fisher

GROUNDED, by Chris Snader

LOVE STRIKE, by Alison Hummel

THE TEACHINGS OF DON JUAN, by Max Milhauser

THE STRONG-ARM MAN, by Frank Farel

REALITY SUCKS, by Jack Sherry

THEODORE, by Robert Cole

BUCKSHOT & ERNIES BIGFOOT IN THE TRAILERHOOD, by JC Mercer Jr.

THE MAGNIFICENT KATE MORGAN, by Thomas W. Hodgkinson

DEATH AT THE PARTY, by Justin Marshall

THE LEGACY OF A COWARD, by Jason Brierley

HOME WRECKERS, by Rachel Roszmann

THE PLUMBER, by Mark R. Turner

PLAYING DEAD, by Lamar G. Hickenbottom

DINGE, by Jamie North

MARS WANTS REVENGE, by Jason Spellman

EMPTY NEST, by Linda Gauer

POTTERSVILLE, by Ricky Hawthorne

SOMA THE MEME DUMP, by Jesse Yules

TRAPPER “BOONE” DADLEY, by Bob Corso

LOGIC & ACTUALITY, by Koffi St. Cyr

SHE’S A DREAM, by Amanda Marie, Dusty Max

A GHOST STORY OF CHRISTMAS, by Eddie Yaroch

A MAN OF SUBSTANCE, by Tim Westland

BUDDIES, by Adam Niezgoda

SEEKING SARAH, by Gina L. Bolton

BALLER, by Don Gibson

CARPOOL DAY, by Eric Schuman

THE OLYMPIANS, by Keith Sewell

WHAT I SHOULD HAVE SAID WAS, by Peter Sims

CILIA, by Daniel Owusa-Fianko

BROKEN DOLLS, by Danielle Tabor

ROUGH JUSTICE, by Steven Washer

BLACK FRIDAY, by Joe Giambrone

TUBULAR ROMANCE, by Robert Fallin

 

 

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2017 – Read the best of COMEDY Feature Films

Read the synopsis and loglines for the best of COMEDY Feature Films from around the world: 

WAY OVER THE TOP, by David Miller

YOUR TIME IS UP, by Wendy Appelbaum

THE GLOOMY GUS, by Peter Barnes

WHERE IS THE WOLF, by Magnus Halling

THE REPUBLIC OF BENSONVILLE, by Kent Probst

ROCKET MONEY, by Joseph Baker

SCUFFLEGRIT, by Joseph Doler

WAYWARD, by Meghan Baker

A FUN AT A PSYCHIATRIC CLINIC, by Terezia Derbala

STUDENT CLOANS, by Tony Moschetto

SIMONTON’S BAR, by James Simonton

DIRTY REAL THE BUKOWSKI BIOPIC, by Phillip E Hardy

THE CRAZY GAME, by Nabeil El Leisy

DAZ, by Nadiya Edwards

WILL N SHAKESPEARE, by Time Lane

THE 8 BALL, by Muhammad Wood

THE RELIC, by Viktorija Samardzic

SIMON SAYS, by Liz Correal

9ONE9, by Ross Langill

THE GOD OF NIGHT, by Piotr Rzepka

GROUND CONTROL TO MAJOR TOM, by Ahmadreza Rezai

MALE NANNY FULLY LOADED, by Lubomir Alt

AGE OF MAJORITY, by Forrest Pires

DEAD MAN’S PARTY, by Neal Bosworth

AFTER THE AFTERLIFE, by James Feliciano

YOU WON’t ESCAPE MY LOVE TO, by Marianna Verde

LIMA BEINGS, by James Wendland

COURTIN ANNIE, by Billie Harris

STEALING A SAFE, by Dumitru Ursu

COMIC CONS, by Peter Harmon and Larry Postel

DAFFODIL, by Christina Wollerman

UNLIKELY ANGELS, by Anne Nemes

GRANDMA DEE AND THE LOST CONTINENT, by Mark Perlick

VAMPIRE KILLER ROBOT ZOMBIE DONUTS, by John Christopher Thomas

THE MIX-UP, by Jane Tumminello

PEAL POWER, by Nubia Rahim

EXCESS BAGGAGE, by Caliann Lum

BAD LUCK GAME, by Lois Wickstrom

LULLABY, by Peter Agbonifo

BOOYAH BABES, by Kaplan and Kehoe

POWDER KEG, by Jack Allen

SEX LIES & COFFEE BEANS, by John Rachel

BLUE STYLE HILL, by Darlene P. Campos

IT TAKES BALLS, by Charley Scalies

FOOD PORN, by Maciej Fita

DARLINGS, by Justin Adams

TERMINAL, by Elizabeth Becky

FATHER AND SONS, by Marchele Banks

YOU WILL GET HURT, by Mariia Kukkakorpi

A GERMAPHOBE WALKS INTO A BAR, by Daniel Harris Baer

KISS OFF, by Matthew Voss

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easy Drama Comedy Feature Film: SIMPLE LIFE, by Michael Ford

Title: SIMPLE LIFE 

Written by: Michael Ford

Genre: Easy Drama, Comedy

Type: Feature

Logline: 17-years-old spoiled nympho douche Talia goes on mischievousness spree and got busted. Enduring an unusual punishment she realizes that real life isn’t as easy as she thought. It’s much easier indeed.

Interested in this logline, please email us at info@wildsound.ca and we’ll forward your email to the writer.

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2016 FEATURE Screenplay Winners

Submit your Comedy Screenplay or Film to the Festival Today: http://festivalforcomedy.com

See the FEATURE Screenplay Comedy Stories. Click the link and watch the winning videos:

ACTORFEATURE Screenplay – TRIAL & ERIN
December 2016 Reading
Written by Larry Shulruff
ACTORFEATURE Screenplay – DUE SOUTH
November 2016 Reading
Written by Even R. Schullery

ACTORFEATURE Screenplay: LAWN BOYS
September 2016 Reading
Written by Steve Cleary

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

ACTORFeature Screenplay – DEAD NORTH
April 2016 Reading
Written by Alexander Nachaj

ACTORFeature Screenplay – MISPRINTS
April 2016 Reading
Written by Adam Preston

ACTORFeature Screenplay – FOUR FOR THE BORDER
February 2016 Reading
Written by Toby Roberts

ACTORFeature Screenplay – HENRIETTA’S ODYSSEY
February 2016 Reading
Written by L.R. Whittinger

 

 

 

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

Sept. 2016 Winner: Feature Screenplay – LAWN BOYS by Steve Cleary

Watch the September 2016 Winning Comedy Screenplay. 

LAWN BOYS
Written by Steve Cleary

SYNOPSIS:

Genre: Screwball Comedy

When a pretentious ad man levels down to work on his best friend’s landscaping crew, he must sharpen his new skills in order to prevent a rival lawn service from ruining their hometown’s natural beauty with artificial grass.

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Steve Rizzo
STEVE – Kaleb Alexander
SUNNY – Heather Dicke
MIKE/BRIAN – Steve Mitchell
MUNGO – John Fray
HEIKO – Dan Cristofori
RIPPY – Randy Baumer
VARIOUS – Norma Dawn Dunphy

Get to know the winning writer:

What is your screenplay about?

‘Lawn Boys’ is about a city guy who learns to bloom where he’s planted by taking a job on his buddy’s landscaping crew back in his South Jersey hometown.

What genres does your screenplay fall under?

‘Lawn Boys’ is a broad comedy.

Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

‘Lawn Boys’ is outrageously funny, while being grounded in reality and has a lot of heart. It’s refreshingly original and sure to leave anyone who watches it with a smile.

How would you describe this script in two words?

Outrageously Funny!

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

That would have to be ‘A Christmas Story’, by default.

How long have you been working on this screenplay?

I first came up with the idea way back in 2009 and picked at it over the years since. I fully committed to writing it last fall and it took me about six months to get it fully polished.

How many stories have you written?

I’ve written a couple dozen or so, but only six have made it into fully realized screenplays. I’m currently working on two other screenplay ideas and have several more in the pipeline.

What motivated you to write this screenplay?

I kept having situations and lines of dialogue coming to mind as if they were from a movie I’ve seen several times. This is the comedy movie I’ve always wanted to have playing on a lazy hungover Saturday afternoon.

What obstacles did you face to finish this screenplay?

The ideal being to write full-time, I had to tear myself away from it in order to find freelance work to pay the bills.

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

I’m passionate about living a life of radical self-expression and freedom to explore the wonders of nature and mankind.

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

Yes! Get coverage wherever you can find it. When I posted an early draft of ‘Lawn Boys’ to a couple of listing sites, the feedback from reviewers and other writers helped me improve the script immeasurably.
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Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Editor: John Johnson

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

 

 

Read the best of NEW COMEDY Feature Film Loglines:

Read the best of NEW COMEDY Feature Film Loglines: 

CLICK the links and read the pitches:

WATER FROM THE MOON, by Craig Holland


THE WEDDINGS, by Kelly Murphy


I’M HAVING AN AFFAIR WITH MY WIFE, by Jen Finelli


FAT SICK AND CLEARLY DEAD, by Johnathan Rousell


MAN WITHOUT A RACE, by Kofi Poku Jr.


THE BLACK FOREST HAM, by Matthew Heinze


FIRE STATION 69, by Brad Creel


DANCING WITH THE DEVIL, by Michael Cala


IN SOME WAY, by Sean Christian


TURN THE TABLES, by Hershel Medlin


THIS IS LIFE: A DEVINE COMEDY, by Gauge Thoeny


SAVING JOEY, by Simon Wilkinson


SURVIVING PARADISE, by Susan Willoch Shaver


LEAP OF LOVE, by Deborah McCormick


7TH TIME LUCKY IN LOVE, by Mary Huczman


DADDY ISSUES, by KT Edwards


TINDERELLA, by Jane Henning


DEMONS 4 DUMMIES, by Rollin Jewett


SHOOT THE PILOT, by Steven F. Griggs


DA CRIB HELL NAWH, by Tyrone Dicks


HIT YOUR MARK, by Breanna Barton-Shaw


OUT FLYING PAST MY BEDTIME, by Linda Falcao


THE BUCKETTEERS, by Alan Power


DISASTER GEORGE, by Andy Leonard


UNDERCOVER GRANDPA, by Shannon Dunn


HOLIDAYS AT THE APARTMENT, by Stephen C. Mitchell


THE REJECTS, by Rasheeda Garner


HILLBILLY HAY, by Nick Jordan


VENUS HATES MARS, by Ricky Long


HEART ATTACK AT 30, by Scott Lowry


AMAZING FANTASY, by Alex Hunt


FINELY SPUN, by Evan Nasse

 

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August 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

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

ACTORSHORT Screenplay – RED DOT
August 2016 Reading
Written by Mark Richards

ACTORSHORT Screenplay – DRAC’S CAFE
August 2016 Reading
Written by Scot Walker

ACTOR1st SCENE Screenplay – SENIOR PRANK
August 2016 Reading
Written by Vincent Masson

ACTORTV PILOT Screenplay – DIGITAL NATIVES
August 2016 Reading
Written by Adam Preston

ACTORTV PILOT Screenplay – RICK & MORTY “The Rickgotiator”
August 2016 Reading
Written by David Cryan


festival poster
KADDISH!, 6min, France

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festival posterBOTTOMLESS, 2min, USA, Animation/Biography
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INSIDE, 3min., Belguim, Animation/Comedy

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festival posterGHOSTBOY, 9min., UK, Animation/Comedy
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Director/Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: John Johnson