Twitter Short Story Winners for March 2016

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WILDsound has announced their 10 Twitter Short Story Winners for March 2016. The 2nd winners of 2016. Now their 140 character stories will be made into a video. Read the 10 winners: Reunited by DianesDigitals The years flew by with him. The years dragged since he passed. Now it’s time…

Watch the 32 Winning Feature Screenplay Readings

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Since May 2013, the WILDsound Festival has performed 32 feature screenplays at the festival, using over 200 of the top professional actors working today. Watch full readings and winning feature script readings. Over 600 hours to watch! Submit your Feature Screenplay to the Festival today. FULL FEEDBACK: Watch…

SHORT SCRIPT CONTEST Deadline February 18th

Originally posted on WILDsound Festival:
I was very impressed with the customer service at WILDsound. I had a question regarding my entry this year and I was contacted back immediately. I like that in a contest. Also, I was given feedback from WILDsound on my script and what I received was extremely helpful and detail…

Movie Review: THE PERFECT HOST, 2011

Finally. America has been patient and now the weight has been lifted. We have dreamed of this day ever since the finale of “Frasier.” Not since John Travolta in Pulp Fiction has there been such an impressing reemergence into the lime light. David Hyde Pierce is back!

WILDsound Announces its February 2016 Winning Short Screenplays

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Submit your Short Screenplay to the Festival Today: This month, WILDsound performed an amazing 5 short screenplay at the festival. The most short script winners ever in one month. Watch the Winning Screenplays: Short Screenplay – LOVES LABORS LOST February 2016 ReadingWritten by Stanley Eisenhammer Short Screenplay – COMPLICIT…

Movie Review: ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE (1969) 6th James Bond Film

Originally posted on Action/Adventure Film & Screenplay Festival:
Submit your Action/Adventure Story to the Festival Today: ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE, 1969 James Bond Movie Review Directed by Peter R. Hunt Starring: George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas, Lois Maxwell, Gabriele Ferzetti, Ilse Steppat Review by Jesse Ryder Hughes SYNOPSIS: Bond goes on the…

Watch the February 2016 Winning Screenplays & Novels

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Watch the best of videos from the Writing Festival in February 2016. Feature Screenplay – FOUR FOR THE BORDER February 2016 ReadingWritten by Toby Roberts Fan Fiction – DOCTOR WHO “The Time Cuckoo” February 2016 ReadingWritten by David Gilbank & Paul Renhard Best Scene TV Pilot – MY LIFE WITH…

Movie Review: INCEPTION, 2010

A writing professor of mine once suggested that any serious writer should avoid dream sequences in their stories at all costs; that they are cheap gimmick to allow a writer to introduce meaning and information without the cumbersome trouble of attaching it to a character’s actions. It’s actually a good rule of thumb and a problem that’s been perpetrated in more than one hack’s hands. Of course, the other thing he said is that there are no rules in writing and anything is fair game as long as you know what you’re doing.