COMEDY 1st Scene Screenplay Reading: Renaissance Man, by Robert Tolz

JACK has more money than Mr. Monopoly. Despite his inherited wealth, he is determined not to allow riches to turn him into a jackass, and he disdains those who label him because of his money. ELEANOR, a beautiful 6th-grade English teacher with Occupy Wall Street on her resume, is sick and tired of men judging… Continue reading COMEDY 1st Scene Screenplay Reading: Renaissance Man, by Robert Tolz

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COMEDY 1st Scene Screenplay: WIPE, by Edward Hicklin

Tommy was never taught how to wipe his butt properly, and was therefore teased for most of his childhood and beyond. After a particularly heinous prank takes his life, Tommy vows supernatural revenge against the summer camp that played host to his early demise. CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf Tommy (M): Steve Rizzo Kid #1/Random… Continue reading COMEDY 1st Scene Screenplay: WIPE, by Edward Hicklin

TV SCRIPT MOVIE of Bojack Horseman, by Kayla Kristofco

CAST LIST: Narrator – Val Cole Princess Carolyn – Esther Teeboo Bojack – Steve Rizzo Stefani/Diane – Lindy Thurrell Carol the Pigeon – Danielle Nicole Mr. Peanutbutter – Geoff Mays Todd – Manny Pacheco Produced by Matthew Toffolo Editor & Visual Design by Kimberly Villarruel

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

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

Winning 1pg. Short Screenplay – FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, by Kushal Dhungana

 Genre: Comedy Katie has a chat with god. CAST LIST: Narrator: Julian Ford God: Steve Rizzo Katie: Rachel Salsberg Get to know the writer: What is your screenplay about? It’s about a girl who seeks to rekindle her relationship with God, played out in a very absurd way. What genres does your screenplay fall under?… Continue reading Winning 1pg. Short Screenplay – FOR THE LOVE OF GOD, by Kushal Dhungana

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

Watch Comedy Best Scene from THE HOOPLA Screenplay by Thomas Nesti

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Best Scene from THE HOOPLA Screenplay
Written by Thomas Nesti

Watch the Winning Short Comedy Script Reading of THE WRITER’S DUEL

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