Fan Fiction Festival Testimonial – August 7 2018

Thank you so much for the video, I think that this is a great way to reward your winners! I especially liked the performance given by Val Cole, playing two parts so well!

 

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Genre: Historical Drama

Set in England in the early 1800s, and tells the story of the Bentleys, a family composed of Aunt Lucy, the matriarch, and her three orphan nieces, Eliza, Julia, and Mary. Aunt Lucy’s goal in life is to arrange good marriages to her nieces, fulfilling a promise she made to her sister in her deathbed, sister who had been disowned by their father.

CAST LIST:

Mr. Ridley: Nick Wicht
Narrator: Sean Ballantyne
Lucy: Val Cole
Mr. Johnson: John Fray

Fan Fiction Testimonials

Read testimonials from writers who submitted to the festival.

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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)