STAR WARS THE TOYS AWAKEN Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK Video FAN FICTION Festival Aug. 2019

STAR WARS: THE TOYS AWAKEN, 7min., USA, Fan Fiction

Directed by Raymond Montemayor
On the opening night of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, a seven-year-old girl’s Star Wars toys come to life. They learn who they are and set off on an adventure to help their young companion as she heads out to watch The Force Awakens.

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BUCKETHEADS – A STAR WARS STORY Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK Video FAN FICTION Festival Aug. 2019

 

BUCKETHEADS – A STAR WARS STORY, 13min., Canada, Fan Fiction

Directed by Marco Bossow & Andy Brown
A squad of storm troopers are transporting a POW with valuable information from Yavin 4, but getting off planet will test their mettle.

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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.

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

 

HIGHLIGHTS, WINNERS & VIDEOS: September 2018 FAN FICTION FEEDBACK Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS:

BEST FILM: Between the Parallel

BEST FAN FICTION FILM: Batman: Injustice for all

BEST PERFORMANCES: Star Wars: Dresca

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: Between the Parallel

BEST MUSIC: The Passing

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos:

festival posterSTAR WARS: DRESCA, 7min., USA, Fan Fiction/Sci-Fi festival posterSTRANGER THINGS: THE STORY OF HENRY AND DALE, 6min., USA, Fan Fiction/Crime
festival posterBATMAN: INJUSTICE FOR ALL, 20min., USA, Fan Fiction/Horror festival posterTHE PASSING, 10min., India, Sci-Fi
festival posterTESTS 8: DISAPPEARED, 2min., Russia, Sci-Fi festival posterSO.CI3.TY, 27min., Martinique, Sci-Fi
festival posterBETWEEN THE PARALLEL, 6min., New Zealand, Sci-Fi

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The theme of the August 2018 SCI-FI/FANTASY FEEDBACK Film Festival in Toronto was “Disorientation”.

Each film was about something not on the up in up in a physical or emotional way.

The 1st festival of the FALL was a major success. Only a few empty seats despite this festival being held on the opening night of TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) in Toronto.

The Fantasy/Sci-Fi Festival is always an amazing event that brings on a whole new crowd. There is a certain audience for this type of genre.

We also showed the best three FAN FICTION films of 2018. And the audience was really taken by them. It makes me want to do more Fan Fiction festivals in the future.

All in all, a great night. We should have some amazing festivals to come for the rest of 2018.

See you at the festivals.

– Matthew Toffolo

FAN FICTION Festival Testimonial – September 19 2018

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

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

 

STAR WARS: DRESCA Short Film – Audience Feedback from Aug. 2018 Fan Fiction Festival

STAR WARS: DRESCA, 7min., USA, Fan Fiction/Sci-Fi
Directed by Jessica ChampneysWhen Dresca – an injured imperial pilot – is rescued by rebels after the Battle of Endor, she must choose between her loyalty to the Empire and the kindness of strangers she once thought of as monsters.

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