Watch the Audience FEEDBACK for the Sci-Fi Short Film “MY BUDDY”


Deadline November 30th for Fantasy/Sci-Fi Screenplay Festival (Feature, Short, TV Pilot):

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK for MY BUDDY:

MY BUDDY, 24min, Canada, Drama/Future
Directed by Mark Moliterni

Through the story of a lonely old man and his android robot butler, “My Buddy” celebrates the power of movies and TV to connect us.

Director’s Statement

The first images for “My Buddy” came to mind while listening to the eponymous song at the end of Arcade Fire’s Funeral bonus disc. Recorded by Win Butler’s grandfather in the 1940s, the song’s about an anachronistic robot singing to a lost friend, which I thought was a sweet and quirky story to base a film on. And when I learned that Alvino Rey’s death served as an inspiration for Funeral, I looked to my own grandfather as inspiration for the film.

At 92 years old, Emmanuel Moliterni spends his days in a sunken recliner…

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Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video of the Mystery Short Film “THE MAN WHO FED HIS SHADOW”

Crime/Mystery Film & Writing Festival

Submit your Crime/Mystery Short Film to the Festival:


THE MAN WHO FED HIS SHADOW, 18min, Greece, Drama/Mystery
Directed by Mario Garefo

Played at the FEEDBACK Film Festival in February 2015. 

A man intrudes on rich people’s dinners claiming that he can collect the food from their table and feed his shadow which, curiously enough, is a female figure.

Mario Garefo

based on a short story by Leonidas Barletta

Cast List:
Dimitris Imellos
Maria Kitsou
Michalis Giannatos

Thodoris Michopoulos

production design
Assi Dimitrolopoulou

Christos Serenes

Giannis Chalkiadakis

Nikos Papadimitriou

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Movie Review of the short film “Blood Tower Enigma”

Festival Reviews

“Blood Tower Enigma” played at the WILDsound FEEDBACK Film Festival in October 2015, part of its best of horror/thriller short film lineup.

BELL TOWER ENIGMA, 10min, UK, Horror/Mystery
Directed by Daniel Reimer

The every-day routine of a Sexton is suddenly interrupted, when a mysterious phone ringing not only draws him deeper into the church, but also into hidden memories of his mind. As he follows the calling of his conscience he unveils his past and discovers the path of redemption that he ultimately must go in order to escape his torturing nightmares.

BELL TOWER ENIGMA Movie Review by Amanda Lomonaco

I have to be honest, my first reaction to this one was a big fat NO. It was odd, disjointed, and a little too artsy for my taste. But weirdly, as I recollect it, I find myself smiling at some of the imagery depicted by Reimer (no, not THAT Reimer…

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Movie Review of the short film “The Little Missus”

Festival Reviews

“The Little Missus” played at the WILDsound FEEDBACK Film Festival in October 2015, part of their best of Horror/Thriller short films from around the world. Ironically this is the funniest movie that has ever played at this festival. 

3min, Canada, Comedy/Horror
Directed by Adam Beal

A devoted housewife discovers that her slob of a husband has been cheating on her. She takes her revenge by feeding him dozens of tiny metal items — paperclips, ball bearings, thumbtacks — and pulling them out with a powerful electromagnet.

The Little Missus Review by Amanda Lomonaco

Some people might find it strange to mix horror and comedy, but I have always loved it. Yes, I am one of those people who laughs during horror films. I thought Hostel and the entire Chuckie series were hilarious, and while Little Missus is no where near as gory as those flicks, it still finds the perfect…

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Movie Review of the short film “Submerged”

Festival Reviews

“Submerged” played at the WILDsound FEEDBACK Film Festival in October 2015, part of its best of horror/thriller short film lineup. It received rave reviews from the audience winning two awards: Best Overall Performance and Best Original Score.

SUBMERGED, 15min, UK, Haunting/Romance
Directed by Darren Mapletoft

When a teleportation experiment goes wrong, submariner Billy Bourne finds his crewmates have all disappeared. Determined to dance with his ‘Baby’ again, he faces a race against time to make his own escape.

SUBMERGED Movie Review by Amanda Lomonaco

WARNING! DO NOT watch this film if you are claustrophobic. I am only very minimally scared of cramped spaces but I am TERRIFIED of being buried alive, and of course this film brought out both those elements together perfectly. Again, as a lover of horror, mystery, thriller, and all things Halloween-esque, I was still able to throroughly enjoy this flick despite my continuous sense of discomfort…

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NEW Poetry from around the world. Read and explore

WILDsound Festival

Read the best of NEW Poetry

ATONEMENT, by Orok Duke
ATONEMENT, Poetry by Orok Duke

Tales of a Time Traveler, Poetry by Aditya Mankad

Morning’s Music Never Dark, Poetry by Dr. Todd Harris

SWEET AND FRAGRANT NIRVANA, by Nalini Priyadarshni
Sweet and Fragrant Nirvana, Poetry by Nalini Priyadarshni

WHAT IF, by Anabel Gonzalez
What If?, Poetry by Anabel Gonzalez

FOR THE OTHER WOMAN, by Attracta Fahy
For The “Other” Woman, by Poetry by Attracta Fahy

WEAK END, by Habib Akewusola

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Deadline: FREE POETRY Festival – Get your poem made into a MOVIE and seen by 1000s. Three options to submit:

Watch Poetry performance readings:

Watch Poetry made into Movies:

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Movie Review of the Short Film “A Peaceful Man”

Festival Reviews

“A Peaceful Man” played at the best of Thriller/Horror short film festival in October 2015, as part of the WILDsound FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival. It was the winner of Best Cinematography in a short film.  

Australia, 4min, Action/Thriller
Directed by Harrison Norris

Beaten within an inch of his life, a peaceful man has a gruesome epiphany through violence.

Learn more about this short film HERE

A Peaceful Man Review by Amanda Lomonaco

All of us are capable of violence and cruelty under extreme circumstances. At least that’s what Harrison Norris, director of A Peaceful Man, wants to convince us of in his gory short film. His bloody, cringe-worthy, gory close-ups might distract you from that message a little though, or at least it will distract you from the voice-over narrative.

I’m not saying this movie is bad, in fact this was one of my favourite films of the…

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Read the best of NEW Movie Pitches from around the world:

WILDsound Festival

Deadline: FEATURE Screenplay Festival – Get FULL FEEDBACK. Get script performed by professional actors

Read the best of NEW Movie Pitches from around the world:

Title: Simonton’s Bar…

Written by: James Simonton

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Comedy

Title: The Hair…

Written by: Crystal Melville

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Thriller, Horror, Supernatural

Title: Beauty – A Beautiful Face…

Written by: Frank Floyd

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama

Title: Trials of Subetrmina…

Written by: Coreetta Buchan

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Mystery-Suspense


Written by: Gary Clemenceau

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Mystery-Fantasy-Western-Horror-Comedy

Title: Bad Moon Rising…

Written by: Tessa B. Dick

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Horror, Supernatural

Title: The Delos Society…

Written by: Juan Antonio Garcia & Mary Loritz

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Science Fiction

Title: Love Spell…

Written by: Oma Stanescu

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama


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