Fan Fiction Festival Testimonial – October 5 2018

George Deihl jr
George Deihl jr

I enjoyed being a part of this festival. The Fan Fiction subject matter, in my case Star Wars, allowed me to explore an inexperienced talent for writing with something I loved. The feedback I was given was very valuable. The precise, very detailed feedback provided a much needed boost. Honestly, it made me a better artist.

5 Star Review

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    • WATCH past and recent script winning readings! See what happens when your script wins. At least two winners a month.

 

FAN FICTION Festival Testimonial – September 28 2018

Mike Meade
Mike Meade

Out of all the festivals I’ve submitted to this was by far one of the best and most unique. It was an all around great experience and the feedback was excellent. HIGHLY Recommended!!!

5 Star Review

You can also submit via FilmFreeway:

    • WATCH past and recent script winning readings! See what happens when your script wins. At least two winners a month.

 

FAN FICTION Testimonial – September 24 2018

Rob Ayling

I submitted Living in Crime Alley to Fan Fiction Festival to gain constructive feedback on my work and progress as a writer. I never expected the screenplay to be a winner and for that I am very grateful. The feedback was extremely valuable in helping me hone my craft. They pointed out particular screenplay formatting issues I had made, in terms of introducing characters, dialogue etc. As well as making creative suggestions on how to improve the story. I’ve never really been a confident writer, but the feedback they gave me on my screenplay was a validation on my skills. I highly recommend this festival to any writer!

You can also submit via FilmFreeway:

    • WATCH past and recent script winning readings! See what happens when your script wins. At least two winners a month.

 

FAN FICTION Festival Testimonial – September 21 2018

I’ll admit, as I clicked play, I was really nervous. Whether you’re a fan of Star Wars or not, you’ve probably heard of the chaotic state the Star Wars fanbase is in right now. Many fans are riled up against anything that has the title “Star Wars” on it, official or otherwise. This has made it challenging to differentiate between real, valuable criticisms and blind, toxic hatred. So it was a breath of fresh air to watch this audience’s reactions. You always hope that your audience “gets it” – that they’ll understand the messages you’re trying to convey through your work – and it was so nice to see that this audience did. The positive reviews were fun to hear, and the few criticisms given were very insightful.

You can also submit via FilmFreeway:

    • WATCH past and recent script winning readings! See what happens when your script wins. At least two winners a month.

 

FAN FICTION Festival Testimonial – September 19 2018

George Deihl jr

I enjoyed being a part of this festival. The Fan Fiction subject matter, in my case Star Wars, allowed me to explore an inexp

You can also submit via FilmFreeway:

    • WATCH past and recent script winning readings! See what happens when your script wins. At least two winners a month.

 

Fan Fiction Festival Testimonial – July 18 2018

Rob Ayling
Rob Ayling

I submitted Living in Crime Alley to Fan Fiction Festival to gain constructive feedback on my work and progress as a writer. I never expected the screenplay to be a winner and for that I am very grateful. The feedback was extremely valuable in helping me hone my craft. They pointed out particular screenplay formatting issues I had made, in terms of introducing characters, dialogue etc. As well as making creative suggestions on how to improve the story. I’ve never really been a confident writer, but the feedback they gave me on my screenplay was a validation on my skills. I highly recommend this festival to any writer!

5 Star Review

Genre: Action, Drama, Crime, Thriller

A single father struggles to live and provide for his young son in downtown Gotham City.

CAST LIST:

Narrator: Carina Cojeen
Father: Nick Baillie

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The feedback was very helpful and I highly recommend others enter the festival.
– David Minaskanian (Big Bang Theory)

Thank you for the feedback. The suggestions provided are very good (especially for page 38) and I look forward to making some revisions.
– Kevin Story (Space: 2099)

Very accessible. Fee was reasonable. Above all, I got the feeling that the reader was knowledgable about scripts and made great suggestions for polishing the script.
– David Gilbank & Paul Renhard (Doctor Who)

The Fan Fiction Festival was ideal for US Navy Cine-Kodak as the premise for the script occurs in a famous Meryl Streep film. The feedback helped enrich the script.
– Stephen M. Hunt (US Nacy Cine Kodak)

The feedback I received was incredible. The guy reviewing seemed to really understand not only scripts but Doctor Who and good, well-rounded stories. The feedback really helped me to write a new draft.
– Mark Renshaw (Doctor Who)

Thanks for the great feedback.
– Obayed Khan (Batman and Iron Man)

I know it’s often hard to get fan fiction work recognized and when I found out about the festival I saw it is a wonderful opportunity. This was the first screenplay I have submitted to a festival and the quality of the feedback was amazing. I feel like it has helped me understand further into the screenwriting craft and will ultimately help me become a better writer.
– Andrew Akler (Batman: Patient Zero)

It was a new thing I heard about and thought it was a great idea – and really wanted to hear some of my work being read.
– Glenn Magas & Dale Fabrigar (Batman/Superman Short Film)