HIGHLIGHTS, WINNERS & VIDEOS: MARCH 2020 SCI-FI/FANTASY FEEDBACK Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS: BEST SCI-FI FILM: ALORA BEST THRILLER FILM: LILI SEES YOU BEST PERFORMANCES: MY SARAH BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: ULYSSES BEST SOUND & MUSIC: ANACRONTE Theme of night: Twists of betrayal . NOTE: Festival took place during the COVID-19 virus lockdown so all screenings were held in private. Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos: HELLO, WORLD,… Continue reading HIGHLIGHTS, WINNERS & VIDEOS: MARCH 2020 SCI-FI/FANTASY FEEDBACK Film Festival

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Winning SCI-FI/FANTASY Feature Screenplay: The Venusian Chronicles, by Lynn Vincentnathan

    The story is about Dr. Ishi Banesa, a mild-mannered linguist passing as a human, whose ancestors came from Venus. His life’s mission is to help save Earth from the same fate that destroyed Venus. When astronauts discover an ancient spaceship wreck on the Moon, Ishi fears his mission will be derailed and he… Continue reading Winning SCI-FI/FANTASY Feature Screenplay: The Venusian Chronicles, by Lynn Vincentnathan

Winning Sci-Fi Short Screenplay: A Trespasser on Rancho Rivera, by Douglas Harms, Joe D’Leon

  Plans for a weekend of off-roading on a family ranch becomes a struggle of life and death when a young woman and her girlfriends encounter a mysterious trespasser. CAST LIST: NARRATION – GENE ABELA Sherriff Mack (50s) – 5 – SEAN BALLANTYNE Sandy – 14 – SARAH DESOUZA-COELHO Tina – 10 – JULIE C.… Continue reading Winning Sci-Fi Short Screenplay: A Trespasser on Rancho Rivera, by Douglas Harms, Joe D’Leon

Winning SCI-FI Feature Screenplay Reading: Steam Powered, by Kendrick Wallace

A young woman dreams of defying convention to become a British pilot, but when a german attack nearly kills her she must use her wits, skill and determination to battle the axis powers in a steampunk-inspired world of fantastical inventions, flying airships and ruthless half-machine, half-human warriors. CAST LIST: Bryon – Charles Gordon Bleriot –… Continue reading Winning SCI-FI Feature Screenplay Reading: Steam Powered, by Kendrick Wallace

July 2019 Film/Story/Screenplay Winners

Submit via FilmFreeway, the exclusive way our festival accepts submissions.:     SCREENPLAY MOVIE: MIND FORCE, by James ZeankowskiJuly 2019 Winner TV SPEC SCREENPLAY: WESTWORLD, by Brenda HolidayJuly 2019 Winner 1st Scene TV SCREENPLAY: VAPOR, by Eric WhiteJuly 2019 Winner SCI-FI SHORT SCREENPLAY: THE LAST BREATH OF WINTER, by Thom HollandJuly 2019 Winner FEMALE BEST… Continue reading July 2019 Film/Story/Screenplay Winners

2018 SCI-FI/FANTASY 1st Scene Screenplays (17)

A FilmFreeway preferred festival: HORROR 1st Scene Screenplay – RED LIGHTJanuary 2018 Readingby Dempsey Tillman & Ted Dewberry 1st Scene TV Screenplay – FAT VS EVILFebruary 2018 Readingby Alex Sheldon TV 1st Scene Screenplay – TOUCHMarch 2018 Readingby Robert Cox FANTASY 1st SCENE Screenplay – ENTANGLEDMarch 2018 Readingby Sharon Powers TRIGGERS – 1st Scene ScreenplayMay… Continue reading 2018 SCI-FI/FANTASY 1st Scene Screenplays (17)

Winning Fantasy Short Screenplay Reading of The Dance of the Desert Mermaids by Colleen Asbury

A weary traveler enlists the help of Desert Mermaids that help guide soften his passing into the next phase of his life, which is being a cactus. Narrator: Mandy May Cheetham ****** Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Director: Kierston Drier Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne Editor: Kimberly Villarruel Camera Op: Mary Cox

SCI-FI TV 1st Scene Reading of Jubilation by Meghan Fitzmartin

After an unfortunate incident, depressed 16-year-old Amanda Gerhardt’s concerned parents move the entire family to Florida, desperately hoping that “the most magical town in the world” will get Amanda’s life back on track. But little does she realize that it’s not just marketing. The town truly is magic. CAST LIST: Eliot:  Geoff Mays Amanda:  Elizabeth… Continue reading SCI-FI TV 1st Scene Reading of Jubilation by Meghan Fitzmartin

SCI-FI Best Scene Reading of Xightfall by Julian Blondell

XIGHTFALL is a Futuristic Intelligence Agency that protects the universe from all species. When suspicious events transpire throughout the agency, Eli, a young black Xightfall Officer, takes matters into his own hands to uncover the true intentions of the Xightfall Program. CAST LIST: Clarice – Katelyn Varadi Tito – Geoff Mays Narration – Salma Dharsee… Continue reading SCI-FI Best Scene Reading of Xightfall by Julian Blondell

Winning SCI-FI Short Screenplay – MAYBE TOMORROW I’LL SEE YOU, by Steve N Bradford

Genre: Sci-Fi, Fantasy Two telescopes are constructed side by side at NASA and grow close, only to be ripped apart when their construction is completed. CAST LIST: Narrator: Val Cole Cap: Zena Driver Obs: Alicia Payne ****** Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Director: Kierston Drier Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne Editor: Kimberly Villarruel Camera Op: Mary Cox