Monthly Archives: October 2018

DRAMA Best Scene Reading of Incredible Life of Joey Coletta by Michael De Sapio

Joey Coletta is an ordinary kid in 1950s California whose life goes from drab to dramatic when he wins the lead role in a family situation comedy. But Joey’s fictional family life seems so much better than his real one, … Continue reading

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DRAMA BEST Scene Reading of Mile High Room by Anthony Cicchelli

With over 100,000 airline flights per day, have you ever wondered what happens in the smallest room miles and miles up in the sky? CAST LIST: Mary – 4 – Sydney Addison-Rudat Elderly Lady – 3 – Pip Dwyer Narration … Continue reading

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OCTOBER 2018 DRAMA Stories, Screenplays, Short Films

Submit via FilmFreeway:   TV PILOT Screenplay: EMERGENCY PSYCHIATRIST SERVICE by Holly ScarabosioOctober 2018 FEATURE Screenplay: THE NEW SCHOOL by Evan R. SchulleryOctober 2018 THE STRANGER, 13min., USA, Thriller/Drama 3:32, 6min., Argentina, Drama INLAND FREAKS, 11min., Canada, Drama THE PUPPETEER, … Continue reading

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Drama Festival Testimonial – October 29 2018

Hello – I really appreciate your taking the time to offer this constructive critique.  I’m sure your comments will help me make my screenplay better. – Michael D. Submit via FilmFreeway: Watch Recent Screenplay Winners (at least 10 winners every month)  

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DRAMA Festival Testimonial – October 24 2018

M.V. Montgomery (DON-JOHN’S DISAPPOINTED MAM) I was quite happy with the result. I thought Mandy May Cheetham handled the central character’s difficult brogue fairly well, and I appreciated many of the artistic choices that she and John Leung made on the … Continue reading

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HIGHLIGHT: October 2018 DRAMA Feedback Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS: BEST FILM: STUCK BEST ANIMATION: ISLAND BEST PERFORMANCES: THE PUPPETEER BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: INLAND FREAKS BEST MUSIC: ISLAND Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos: 3:32, 6min., Argentina, Drama INLAND FREAKS, 11min., Canada, Drama THE PUPPETEER, 19min, UK, Drama/Crime ISLAND, … Continue reading

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INLAND FREAKS Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Oct. 2018 Drama Festival

INLAND FREAKS, 11min., Canada, Drama Directed by Kalainithan Kalaichelvan A group of men commit themselves to an experimental treatment program – one that claims to cure them of their forbidden desires.CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the … Continue reading

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THE PUPPETEER Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Oct. 2018 Drama Festival

THE PUPPETEER, 19min, UK, Drama/Crime Directed by Vikneshwaran SilvaGabriel thinks someone was involved in his ex partner’s suicide. As he believes it is somehow linked to his hidden past, he visits her psychologist, the last person she met on the day … Continue reading

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3:32 Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Oct. 2018 Drama Festival

3:32, 6min., Argentina, Drama Directed by Andres Passoni 3:32 is the song that made Harmony famous, she is at the peak of her career but in spite of her talent and success she feels empty. Harmony is coming of a string … Continue reading

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Al Jolson sings in the 1st-ever Talkie “The Jazz Singer”

It was Warner Bros that took the 1st leap into the all-talking movie with the Jazz Singer in 1927. Though there are instances of sound being used earlier this film is the 1st feature-length motion-pic with synchronized dialogues. Directed by … Continue reading

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