Deadline: FAN FICTION FESTIVAL
Submit a classic TV show, movie series, or iconic franchise screenplay.
Watch winning stories and movies showcased at the Writing and Film Festival in this genre: Short, Feature, TV Screenplays. Short Stories. Novels. Stage Plays. Poems. Stories from festival made into videos.
Watch screenplay readings with a car chase sequence:
Feature Screenplay Reading – SHOOTING STAR
September 2014 Reading
Written by Richard Harrison
When the love of your life has the keys to your heart and the keys to your money, it’s hard to kill her!
NARRATOR – Becky Shrimpton
KELLY – Andrew Farr
QUAID – Dan Cristofori
CASSIDY – Shailene Garnett
CRAWLEY – Lucas James
RON PICKMAN JR. – Rob Stone
VARIOUS ROLES – Anjelica Alejandro
1ST SCENE SCRIPT – 66 WEST
December 2013 Reading
Written by Christopher Willis
In 1934, a fourteen-year-old girl dreams of the riches and lifestyle of Hollywood. When her pitiful dustbowl life is destroyed by a tornado, she follows her dream west on Route 66. Two men chase after her: a retired sheriff who believes in her innocence and a brutal gangster determined to even the score with her for killing his brother. With a little help from friends made along the way, she reaches Hollywood and finds out that her real life is much richer than the one she dreams about.
NARRATOR – Judy Thrush
MILLIE – Christina Santos
PA/ROGER – Jerald Bezener
MA – Angelica Alejandro
MR. BROWN – Luke Gallo
HENRY – Toyin Ajimati
1ST SCENE SCRIPT – THE OTHER SIDE
March 2014 Reading
Written by Barb Markusa
What could possibly go wrong when four of New York City’s finest rip off a Cuban drug dealer? More than they bargained for when the drug dealer and his not so bright sidekick seek revenge. What ensues next is a cross country chase full of action, chaos and comedy leading to a surprise ending.
NARRATOR – Judy Thrush
BRIAN – David Poon
JESSE – Andy Bridge
EVAN – Gene Abella
EDDIE – Clinton Pontes
KELLY – Anjelica Alejandro
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