COMEDY SCRIPT MOVIE: Elizabeth Bennet Is Dead, by Edith Woi & Jean-Marie Mazaleyrat

– Synopsis – “Elizabeth Bennet is Dead” is written along the lines of films such as “Bridget Jones’s Diary” with its modern take of Mark Darcy, from Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”. Also, it is similar to “The Wedding Planner” with its comedy and charm. The story is about Paulette “Polly” Hapsburg, an African American… Continue reading COMEDY SCRIPT MOVIE: Elizabeth Bennet Is Dead, by Edith Woi & Jean-Marie Mazaleyrat

SCRIPT MOVIE: Fate’s Peculiar Sense of Humour, by N. Triton

In 2009 London, Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and beauty, finally finds a person that could spell the end of her being trapped in the body of a dirty, ugly beggar, and get reunited with her long-lost love Ares, the god of war, who is now instigating violence and anarchy through social media. That… Continue reading SCRIPT MOVIE: Fate’s Peculiar Sense of Humour, by N. Triton

Script Movie: The Upside Downings, by Sean Sullivan

An untraditional family where the kids are adults and the parents are kids, navigate through their work, school and home lives while never losing their sense of humor. CAST LIST: Narration: Danielle Nicole Howard Downing – Sean Tabaras Carol Downing – Val Cole Billy Downing – Geoff Mays Kate Downing – Esther Teeboo Editor and… Continue reading Script Movie: The Upside Downings, by Sean Sullivan

Screenplay MOVIE: THE WONDERFUL INVENTION OF DR. BLANK, BY OBAYED KHAN

The story follows a scientist named Dr Blank who is terrible at inventing things but wants as he attempts to gain fame and fortune in his numerous attempts at inventing things that sound cool but don’t work the way you expect them to. When the scene occurs, Dr Blank *decides* he should become an evil… Continue reading Screenplay MOVIE: THE WONDERFUL INVENTION OF DR. BLANK, BY OBAYED KHAN

Screenplay MOVIE: THE PERFECT GIFT, by John Scott Schaf

An intensive workaholic, in order to save his marriage, goes on a Valentine’s Day journey for the perfect gift. It becomes a journey not only for gifts bur for self-discovery. In this scene Hank is frantically trying to find an alternate gift for his wife since his procrastination has made his originally planned gift unattainable.… Continue reading Screenplay MOVIE: THE PERFECT GIFT, by John Scott Schaf

Best Scene SCRIPT MOVIE: Tugnutt: A Love Supreme by Nate Yacos

Written by Nathan Yacos When a family man gains instant celebrity status as TV spokesman, his newfound celebrity threatens to tear his family apart and challenge his notion of a happy life. Editor & Visual Design by Kimberly Villarruel Voice Actors: Sean Ballantyne Matt Barnes Christopher Bautista Cassandra Guthrie Allison Kampf Erica Levine Luke Robinson… Continue reading Best Scene SCRIPT MOVIE: Tugnutt: A Love Supreme by Nate Yacos

November 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

Submit your Comedy Screenplay or Film to the Festival Today:http://festivalforcomedy.com See the November 2016 Comedy Stories. Click the link and watch the winning videos: BEST SCENE Screenplay – WAITING TO CRUMBLE November 2016 Reading Written by John Ott SHORT Screenplay (Under 5pg.) – BASTURD November 2016 Reading Written by Michael Egan TV SPEC Screenplay –… Continue reading November 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

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

April 2016 Comedy Films/Screenplays/Stories

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CHICKLAND Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from the Nov. 2015 Film Festival

I thought the premise of the film was absolutely hilarious and very timely, like with Google Glass. Apparently the motivation for the invention of Facebook was to get the geek squad out of their dorm rooms and into the coolest parties. I actually found the film quite convincing and even the reaction of the women to their pick-up lines and being able to create that connection. I thought it was very believable.