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The WILDsound Screenplay Festival's February 2008 Reading will be held on Friday, May 23rd at the National Film Board Cinema, 150 John Street, in the Entertainment District in downtown Toronto. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Event starts at 7:00pm SHARP
We will be reading the first acts of the three winning scripts, and the audience will vote on which script they want to hear in its entirety at our JUNE event.
MODERATED BY: Screenwriter ELAN MASTAI
OF THE FEATURE SCREENPLAY EVENT:
A comedy about teabagging, ultimate frisbee and video games. Three men whose only goal is to get enough money to buy the overpriced Playstation 3.
NARRATED by Alison Jutzi
Actors from AMI Artist Management Inc., Nancy Brown
THE ART OF WUSHU
A martial arts romantic comedy set in ancient China; Wong Lai San – a tough, embittered, martial arts warrior masquerading as a nanny – falls in love with the Colonel, the father of the 6 unruly children she is sent to mind. Lai San teaches the children to fight; they teach her much more.
Script Narrated by Katie Lai
Actors from AAB Talent Management
Seeta's Demon is a dark vengeance tale in which three people Will, Kartik and Veena- Indian and American- must put aside their differences to come together and avenge the woman they love who has been attacked by a violent serial predator.
WILL LANGLEY - Chris Gallinger
Script Narrated by Corinne Murray
Actors from The Byron Agency, Newton Landry Management, The Porter Group, Hines Management, Margo Lane, AAB Talent, AMP Talent Group, The Garry Goddard Agency, King Talent and Carolyn's Talent Agency
Buy your 3-Day Festival Pass for $15 in advance by using the green button below. Individual screenplay series tickets are available for $6 at the door the night of the event.
Seating is limited so come early. Full menu of drinks and snacks available at the bar.
WILDsound would like to thank everyone who submitted to the Feature Screenplay Contest for this round. There were a lot of great scripts (over 300 submitted), and we hope all the writers enjoyed and took something positive from the feedback they received on their scripts. This was by far the most competitive contest we've ever had.
Congratulations to all the writers, and thanks to everyone who submitted.
Thank you to all who submitted to the WILDsound Screenplay Festival. Please keep in mind that everyone who submits to our festival receives feedback on their script and/or short film, no matter what.
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