COMEDY 1st Scene Screenplay Reading: Karl Reagan: The Capitalist-Communist, by Federico Vicino

Karl Reagan is an underdog candidate running for a seat in Missouri’s House of Representatives. Set on the heels of a near-apocalyptic nuclear winter, his platform is to fuse the best characteristics of capitalism and socialism to help the common person realize the struggling American Dream. Mr. Reagan’s pitch to the electorate is a devotion… Continue reading COMEDY 1st Scene Screenplay Reading: Karl Reagan: The Capitalist-Communist, by Federico Vicino

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COMEDY Best Scene Screenplay: ONE MORE ZERO, by Toni Nagy

Two artists from NYC become disillusioned by their urban existence and decide to escape to rural New Hampshire to start an art collective in an effort to shift the current paradigm of consciousness – yet what they didn’t anticipate was how differing ideologies would impact their naive idealistic vision. CAST LIST: Faith: Jordan Boscariol Narrator:… Continue reading COMEDY Best Scene Screenplay: ONE MORE ZERO, by Toni Nagy

COMEDY Best Scene Reading: Age-Dive, by Ryan Mutama

A struggling comedian with an unsuccessful dating life finds compatibility in a woman nearly twenty years his senior, but their difference in age triggers insecurities that he lacks the wisdom to manage. CAST LIST: Tara: Justine Christensen Narrator: Jordan Boscariol Andrew: Gabriel Darku Lance: Fabio Abrue — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo,… Continue reading COMEDY Best Scene Reading: Age-Dive, by Ryan Mutama

Winning COMEDY Festival TV PILOT Reading: GOOD AND EVIL, by Michael Corleone

Ancient beings Good, Evil, and other abstract concepts must band together to survive the perils of the modern world. CAST LIST: Narrator: Carina Cojeen Good: Aaron Williams Evil: Natalie Morgan Tommy: Andrew Ball Beauty: Barb Scheffer Joy: Cassandra Guthrie Timmy: Kaleb Alexander Tony: Gabriel Darku — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel Elder… Continue reading Winning COMEDY Festival TV PILOT Reading: GOOD AND EVIL, by Michael Corleone

1st Scene Screenplay Reading of Something New, by Michael Abel

Along the Bayou outside of New Orleans. After a bachelorette and her party get out of control she wakes up with a charming rogue two days before her wedding… As her memory returns, she realizes he’s the least of her problems! CAST LIST: Geneva: Erica Levene Emmy: Cari Haim Narration: Esther Thibault Bob: Charles Gordon… Continue reading 1st Scene Screenplay Reading of Something New, by Michael Abel

COMEDY BEST SCENE Reading – SANDWICH by Deborah Klika

Watch the January 2017 Winning Comedy Best Scene Reading. Best Scene from the screenplay SANDWICH Screenplay Written by Deborah Klika CAST LIST: NARRATOR – Nick Wicht SUSIE – Val Cole DIANA – Catherine D’Angelo WILL – David Straus SURVEYOR – Gabriel Darku SYNOPSIS: Genre: Comedy, Animation Centres on the lives of Suzie, writer, mother of… Continue reading COMEDY BEST SCENE Reading – SANDWICH by Deborah Klika

COMEDY SHORT SCREENPLAY – MODERN LOVE by Hannah Dillon

Watch the January 2017 Winning Comedy Short Screenplay Reading. Best Scene from the screenplay MODERN LOVE Screenplay Written by Hannah Dillon CAST LIST: NARRATOR – Charles Gordon BONNIE – Shannon McNally GRANDMA – Val Cole SANDRA – Catherine D’Angelo JOEL – Nick Wicht BILL – David Straus NOAH – Gabriel Darku SYNOPSIS: Genre: Sci-Fi, Comedy,… Continue reading COMEDY SHORT SCREENPLAY – MODERN LOVE by Hannah Dillon

Winning COMEDY Short Screenplay – THE MIGHTY BIRD by Brian Gililland

Watch the Winning Comedy Short Screenplay for October 18th 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.… Continue reading Winning COMEDY Short Screenplay – THE MIGHTY BIRD by Brian Gililland

Short Screenplay Reading – LOVES LABORS LOST by Stanley Eisenhammer

The opportunity to receive feedback and the possibility I could see it being read (which is another way to receive feedback.) My initial feeling about the feedback was that the feedback was totally wrong. But after reading it again, it made some good points (probably more than some) which I incorporated into my rewrites and which undoubtedly made the final product a better screenplay.

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Deadline November 15th for Comedy Film and Writing Festival
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