Category Archives: Crime Movies

Action/Crime Festival Testimonial – May 25 2020

Katsuhide Yamago I am very grateful for the many screenings. Thank you. A FilmFreeway preferred festival: The Fastest Growing CRIME/MYSTERY Festival and Contest in the World today!

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Director Biography – Debbie Vu (Roll Pin Punch)

Debbie Vu is an award-winning documentary and narrative filmmaker, living a bicoastal life by traveling between Durham, NC and Los Angeles, CA to continue the work she started in Durham. Debbie runs IronWorx Media, a media collective that produces high … Continue reading

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CRIME 1st Scene Screenplay (TV PILOT) Reading of THE WRONG CANDIDATE, by John Ravitz

When a well financed domestic terrorist organization which has breed sleeper agents since they were children, finally have a viable candidate to run for president, the current president sets into motion a plan to put his own successor in the … Continue reading

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Crime/Mystery Festival Testimonial – April 23 2020

For un-produced writers, the real frustration after keystroking “The End” is trying to get noticed. There are so few outlets available for presenting your material. The FEEDBACK Festival appeals to me because my work now migrates from an unread concept … Continue reading

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Short Film: THE KOI, 15min., Action

An ex-gangster member who becomes a PE teacher in a high school is dragged back into a bloody gang war in order to protect a troubled schoolgirl. Film Type: Short, Student Runtime: 15 minutes Completion Date: August 1, 2016 Country … Continue reading

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ACTION/CRIME Best Scene Screenplay Reading: CAPTURE THE FLAG, by Mai Nguyen

A depressed history teacher, a narcoleptic small-time crook and a teenage girl dreaming of becoming a pop star. Three very different people yet they could all use a bit more money in their lives. Luckily, they cross paths when finding … Continue reading

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ACTION Best Scene Screenplay: Eyes of a Swami, by Kim Renner

Liv seeks out change in her life. She knows there is something missing, and that these issues lie within her deep past. She embarks on a journey to an ashram in India where she learns healing through yoga. She fills … Continue reading

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