Short Film Loglines. Read Today’s Movie Pitches:

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Read Short Film Today’s Loglines:

Title: ANGEL
Written by: Jesse Prevost
Type: Short Film
Genre: Drama

Title: Unscathed
Written by: Barnabas Nwankwo
Type: Short Film
Genre: Mystery/Suspense

Title: The Elevator
Written by: Antwon Taylor
Type: Short Film
Genre: Thriller

Title: Where does my love go?
Written by: Miwa Ono
Type: Short Film
Genre: Drama, Mystery

Title: Reddrops
Written by: Osman Welela
Type: Short Film
Genre: Drama

Title: The Apartment
Written by: Brandi
Type: Short Film
Genre: Mystery (in the vein of “Twilight Zone”)

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Read Today’s Feature Film Loglines and Movie Pitches

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Title: Blood Bullies
Written by: Steven Taylor
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Horror

Title: Christmas in Arcadia
Written by: Rachel Fischer
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Mystery, Suspense, Crime

Title: Haven
Written by: Marshall Kiernan
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy

Written by: Forrest Pires
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Comedy

Written by: Mort Sharif
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Drama, History

Written by: Jacob Greenberg
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Thriller

Written by: Mark Donnell
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Horror

Title: The Bankers
Written by: Jason Power
Type: Feature Film
Genre: Crime, Thriller

Title: As Time Goes By
Written by: Savas Savidis
Type: Feature Film

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Feature Screenplay Reading of THREE PLAY, by John-Arthur Ingram

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Watch the Feature Script Performance Reading of THREE PLAY:


NARRATOR – Laura Kyswaty
OLIVER – Gabriel Darku
SILVIA – Holly Sarchfield
BLAKE – Chris Reid-Geisler
MAGGIE – Allison Kampf
MARCO – Ben Hur
JOSEPHINE/PARKER – Angelica Alejandro

Get to know writer John-Arthur Ingram:

1. What is your screenplay about?

It’s a romantic comedy about being loved for who you really are.

Logline: Oliver, a neurotic who’s hopelessly in love with his best friend Blake, finally comes out to both his shameless girlfriend, Silvia, and Blake. This revelation backfires when Oliver discovers Silvia and Blake are in madly in love. As a final act of desperation, Oliver magically switches bodies with Silvia days before her wedding to Blake.

(My Best Friend’s Wedding meets A Midsummer Night’s Dream)

Oliver is planning to come out to Blake and Silvia at a production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM in a city park…

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Best Scene Screenplay Reading of THE LAST INDIAN WAR by Michael Graf


Best Scene from THE LAST INDIAN WAR Screenplay
Written by Michael Graf


POP WARNER – Matthew Lawrence
FRANK HUDSON – Cory Bertrand
SAM AMERICNA HORSE – Peter-Mark Raphael


Genre: Action, Sports, History, Drama

The Last Indian War is the incredibly moving coming of age story about the forced re-location of Native American Indian children and the birth of the modern game of football. It’s the true-life saga behind the most important football game ever played: the Carlisle –  Army football game of 1912.

Get to know the writer:

What is your screenplay about?

The Last Indian War is the inspirational true-life story about football’s origin and one of the greatest games ever played – the quest for the 1912 national championship between Native American Indians and the Army Cadets of West Point.

What genres does your screenplay under?

True Story/Historical/Western/Sports

Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

This is the ultimate underdog movie. It’s about a group of Native American Indian children kidnapped by the US Military that go on and basically invent the modern game of American football. They fight racism and overcome so much to prove to themselves – and the world – that they have worth and dignity and that by working together they can achieve anything.

How would you describe this script in two words?

Truly Inspirational.

What movie have you seen the most times in your life?

That’s a tough one. Probably Star Wars.

How long have you been working on this screenplay?

Including research? About 10 years.

How many stories have you written?

This is my second.

What motivated you to write this screenplay?

It’s an amazing story – and an amazing part of American and sports history – that I knew nothing about. I also have a personal connection to the story – my grandfather bought his first house from Pop Warner.

What obstacles did you face to finish this screenplay?

Keeping true to the characters. These were real people and I feel an incredible responsibility to get their story right, but also to try and do so in an entertaining way that audiences can relate to.

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?


Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

Find a story you’re passionate about. That passion will keep you motivated when times get tough.

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Festival Reviews

fantastic_beasts_movie_poster.jpgDirector: David Yates

Writer: J.K. Rowling

Stars: Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Alison Sudol

 Review by Gilbert Seah

The spin-off of the HARRY POTTER films that began as one of Harry Potter’s text books in HARRY POTTER AND THE SORCERER’S STONE, FANTASTIC BEASTS is a Harry Potter film without Harry Potter. Directed by David Yates who did a number of the Potter films, FANTASTIC BEASTS looks just like a J.K. Rowling film (she wrote the screenplay) despite the fact that it is set in New York City. Perhaps the fact that the film was shot in Liverpool to stand in for NYC could be a reason.

The book contains the history of Magizoology and describes 85 magical species found around the world. To get into the spirit of Harry Potter, Albus Dumbledore, headmaster of Hogwarts (not shown in the film), provides the Foreword and explains the purpose of the special edition…

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Submit to the Documentary Short Film Festival via FilmFreeway

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Watching the reactions of (German Shepherd) at the FEEDBACK Festival does not become more meaningful than that. When your film reaches and audience that respond in such way, it´s pure joy.
– Nils Bergendal, Director “German Shepherd”

Next Festival Dates:
May 26 2016
December 29 2016

Festival takes place at the Carlton Cinemas in downtown Toronto, Canada.

Submit via FilmFreeway:

Why the this is the fastest growing Documentary Film Festival in the world today:

– Your film will get screened in front of a large, broad audience.

– We are a feedback festival and you will actually hear what people and action/adventure film lovers think of your film.

– Your film is screened and then talked about with the audience, lead by a Professional Industry moderator.

Even if your film is not selected, you will receive the full feedback from the viewing committee. The goal of the Film Festival is…

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Interview with Martin Rosete, Winning Short Filmmaker (Voice Over)

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I remember that the feedback was great. Most of the people liked it, so I am glad you screened it at your festival.

– Martin Rosete, on the WILDsound experience when his film played at the festival in 2013.

    Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video from the August 2013 Film Festival:

Matthew Toffolo interviews VOICE OVER director Martin Rosete:

Matthew: Your short film played at our festival in 2013. How has it done since it screened? Has it played at more festivals? Distribution deal? Can be seen online?

Martin: Voice Over has done very well in film festivals winning more than 100 awards like the Melies d’Or in Stiges, the nomination to the Goya (Spanish Academy Award), and selections in great festivals like Tribeca, Chicago International, San Sebastian,…

Also, it has been sold to many TVs worldwide, and now it can be seen online in this link:

Matthew: What motivated…

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Interview with Director John Hellberg (Mousse)

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Seeing the people’s reactions and comments on the film from the Toronto audience was a great experience for me and the rest of the crew and cast. I wish more festivals had an event like this as it is the very core of filmmaking. It made the screening of my film at your festival (and the awards) really special and real.

– John Hellberg on the WILDsound Film Festival Experience (Review)

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video:

Interview with Director John Hellberg:

Matthew: Your short film played at our festival in March 2014. How has it done since it screened? Has it played at more festivals? Distribution deal? Can be seen online?

John: After being rejected at all the national film festivals back in Sweden we got a real slow start for the film. Since then Mousse has been shown at 51 festivals, competed at 40 festivals, that it has won…

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Interview with Director Nils Bergendal (German Shepherd)

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Watching the reactions of (German Shepherd) at WILDsound…filmmaking does not become more meaningful than that. When your film reaches and audience that respond in such way, it´s pure joy.

– Nils Bergendal’s reaction after watch the Audience Feedback on his short film “German Shepherd”

    Watch the Audience FEEDBACK of GERMAN SHEPHERD:

German Shepherd is a multiple award winning short film that has played at many of the major film festivals around the world, including Toronto International Film Festival; Cinequest Film Festival; and Kiev International Film Festival.

Matthew Toffolo interviews Nils Bergendal:

Matthew: What motivated you to make this film?

Nils: I have known David Paul for many years. In 2009 we met for lunch in a greasy joint in New York. We had some hour to kill before my flight back to Sweden and I suggested to make an interview. So we did – 45 minutes later the batteries…

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Interview with Animation Director Laura Lehmus (Alienation)

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It made me so happy. I wish I could have been there. I love people who are open minded and ready to see with their heart. And I love cinema. As most of the people there love movies too.

– On the WILDsound experience and having her short film played at the festival.

Laura’s Animation/Documentary played at the March 2015 Film Festival.

    Watch the Audience Feedback Video of her Short:

Matthew Tofolo interviews Laura Lehmus:

Matthew: What motivated you to make this film?

Laura: I was writing a treatment about a Teen-girl, and found my self talking about my youth in the 80ies a lot. So I thought it would be nice to find out what is going on these days with the Teens. Are there the universal questions about puberty everybody knows or has socila media changed it all.

Matthew: From the idea to the finished product, how long…

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