Category Archives: winning screenplays

Interview with director Frank Aron Gårdsø (O)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
Frank Aron Gårdsø’s short film O was the winner of BEST FILM at the October 2016 Horror/Thriller Film Festival. It was a pleasure to interview him about his film and what’s next: Matthew…

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Interview with director Wade K Savage (BARROW)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
Wade Savage’s short film BARROW was the winner of BEST FILM at the October 2016 Action/Crime Film Festival. It was a pleasure to interview him about his film and what’s next: Matthew Toffolo:…

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Interview with Filmmaker Jonathan Brooks (GHOSTBOY)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
Jonathan Brooks’ short film “Ghostboy” played to rave reviews at the Family/Animation Short Film Festival in August 2016. An animation with a twist of unique comedy and a valuable life lesson. It’s safe…

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Interview with Director Kirill Proskura (A SHADOW OF DARA)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
A SHADOW OF DARA, the award winning short film directed by Kirill Proskura played at the WILDsound Best of Sci-Fi/Fantasy Short Film Festival in September 2016. It was a pleasure sitting down to…

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Interview with Director Marc-Andre Morissette (20:15)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
20:15, the award winning short film directed by Marc-Andre Morissette at the WILDsound Best of Sci-Fi/Fantasy Short Film Festival in September 2016. It was a pleasure sitting down to chat about his film…

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Interview with Director Jeremy Garcia (STAR WARS: TRIALS)

Originally posted on Matthew Toffolo's Summary:
Played at the Fantasy/Sci-Fi FEEDBACK Film Festival – July 2017 Matthew Toffolo: What motivated you to make this film? Erlend Bjelland: I’ve always been a huge Star Wars fan and it’s probably the…

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CRIME Feature Film of the Day: PLAY FOR ME, by Charlie Kenmore

Title: Play For Me Written by: Charlie Kenmore Type: Feature Film Genre: Horror, Crime Logline: A young, 357 year old, telepathic Succubus with issues comes to the city for a little harmless sex, grand theft, and homicide and take her … Continue reading

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