Winning TV SCI-FI 1st Scene Screenplay Reading: Caldeea, by Casey Gillespie

After finding themselves linked to an enemy witch-hunter, a trio of magical siblings must decide whether they will kill him or work with him to overthrow their tyrannical queen. CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf Crowd/Townsman/Ciaran: Bill Poulin Crowed/Townswoman/Young Girl/Cid: Hannah Ehman Tobias: Sean Ballantyne ——

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Winning TV SCI-FI 1st Scene Screenplay Reading: Alienated, by Amy Wincott

When an uptight high school student gets abducted by aliens, she needs to prove she’s not crazy before an underground scientific organization causes her to lose her grip on reality. CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf Holly: Kyana Teresa Warren: Bill Poulin

Winning SCI-FI BEST SCENE Screenplay Reading: INSTRUCTIONS FOR YESTERDAY, by Justin Ho

After the death of her father, 12 year old Allyson is gifted with mysterious map pieces. With the help of her friend Kyle they both find and dig up buried components for a time machine. CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf Kyle: Steve Rizzo Allyson: Hannah Ehman

Winning SCI-FI TV Pilot Screenplay: Fabrications, by James Tichenor

When a plucky recovering addict hitches rides to get to her nine-year-old son the trucker who picks her up turns out to be carrying a load which threatens their entire world. CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf TERRY (M): Steve Rizzo GRIZZLED DRIVER and CAR DRIVER (M): Bill Poulin — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew… Continue reading Winning SCI-FI TV Pilot Screenplay: Fabrications, by James Tichenor

TV PILOT SCI-FI Screenplay Reading: Rogue “Eye For An Eye”, by Allison Osborne

CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf Oliver Duncan/Jimmy (M): Scott Beaudin Belle (F): Elizabeth Rose Morrris Stu/Charlie (M): Geoff Mays — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel Elder Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne Editors: Kimberly Villarruel, Ryan Haines, John Johnson Festival Directors: Rachel Elder, Natasha Levy Camera Operators: Ryan Haines, Temitope Akinterinwa, Efren Zapata, Zack… Continue reading TV PILOT SCI-FI Screenplay Reading: Rogue “Eye For An Eye”, by Allison Osborne

SCi-FI Best Scene Screenplay (TV PILOT) Reading of SHITSTORM, by David Luz

The most popular girl in school discovers that she might be the only one who can save the world from multiple impending apocalypses, but that’s just not fitting into her plans right now. CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf Abby (F): Hannah Ehman Mrs. Wilcox (F): Kyana Teresa Doctor Chillings (M): Steve Rizzo — Producer/Director: Matthew… Continue reading SCi-FI Best Scene Screenplay (TV PILOT) Reading of SHITSTORM, by David Luz

SCI-FI 1st Scene Screenplay Reading of Bare Metal, by Jess Gupta

Employees at a tech startup must fight for their lives when a murderous AI takes over their facility, intent on making a body for itself. CAST LIST: Narrator: Allison Kampf Scooter Guy/Colin (M): Geoff Mays UPS Guy (M): Steve Rizzo Anna (F): Mandy May Cheetham Tersh (F): Julie Sheppard — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival… Continue reading SCI-FI 1st Scene Screenplay Reading of Bare Metal, by Jess Gupta

Winning SHORT Sci-Fi Screenplay Reading: Voosch And Helina, by Joe Kourieh

In the far future, the world is engulfed in a war with genocidal implications. One young soldier, faced with an innocent victim, juggles the pressures of duty and conscience in his many arms. CAST LIST: Human 2: Nick Hendrik Human 1: Peter Valdron Narrator: Justine Christensen Helina: Rebecca MacDonald Gaard: Thomas Fournier — Producer/Director: Matthew… Continue reading Winning SHORT Sci-Fi Screenplay Reading: Voosch And Helina, by Joe Kourieh

Winning SHORT Screenplay Reading: Pandora’s Adversaries, by Jason Harley

My story addresses the dangers of anti-feminist sentiment, or the irrational hatred of any identifiable group, for that matter. There is a terrific opportunity here for a strong female hero in LENA, the protagonist. The story is heavily character driven and requires minimal special effects. The battle of wits between LENA and GRIFFIN, the antagonist,… Continue reading Winning SHORT Screenplay Reading: Pandora’s Adversaries, by Jason Harley

Winning Sci-Fi TV SPEC Screenplay of BLACK MIRROR: Matchsticks 2.0., by Shane W Smith

“Perfect is the enemy of special. ” When the government starts to use data mining software in order to identify genetically imperfect citizens, the software’s lead designer must come to terms with what it means to be perfect, and decide what kind of life he wants for his children. CAST LIST: Sally: Rebecca MacDonald Brad:… Continue reading Winning Sci-Fi TV SPEC Screenplay of BLACK MIRROR: Matchsticks 2.0., by Shane W Smith