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LGBT 1st Scene Script Reading of THE THINGS WE MISS, by Bonnie Brookby

Genre: Drama, Romance Two long-estranged childhood friends, suddenly thrust back into one another’s lives, must grapple with their turbulent history as they unearth and reconstruct the decades-long romance their mothers shared. CAST LIST: Narrator: Hugh Ritchie Young Mother: Lara Amersey Jamie: Alicia Payne Get to know the writer:  1. What is your screenplay about? THE THINGS WE MISS… Continue reading LGBT 1st Scene Script Reading of THE THINGS WE MISS, by Bonnie Brookby

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April 2018 Winning LGBT Stories

  THE FRUIT MACHINE, 16min., Canada, LGBT/Drama BOY, 9min., USA, LGBT/Drama CHRICKLE, 7min., Sweden, LGBT/Experimental MATTHEW, 6min., USA, LGBT/Family YOURS FAITHFULLY EDNA WELTHORPE (MRS), UK, Animation/Comedy VOWS, 4min., USA, LGBT/Animation SPINNING IN SLOW MOTION, 12min, Australia, Drama I PROMISED HER LIFE, 15min., Drama/Family CITY GIRL, 10min., Drama     **** Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators:… Continue reading April 2018 Winning LGBT Stories

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March 2018 Winning LGBT Stories

TV SPEC Screenplay of the show TRANSPARENTMarch 2018 Readingby Marisaa Lessman SUNUNU: THE REVOLUTION OF LOVE, 24min., UK, Documentary LGBT BEST SCENE Screenplay – LOOK IN MY EYESMarch 2018 Readingby Eddie Baca **** Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Kierston Drier, Shepsut Wilson Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne Editor: Kimberly Villarruel Festival Directors: Mary Cox, Rachel… Continue reading March 2018 Winning LGBT Stories

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LGBT Best Scene Reading – LOOK IN MY EYES, by Eddie Baca

  Genre: Drama Gay sober military man meets Crimean Muslim taxi driver in NYC. Cast List: Narrator: Val Cole Eddie: John Fray Karim: James Dooley Get to know the writer:  1. What is your screenplay about? My screenplay is about 2 gay men from completely different backgrounds (geographically, religion, age, ethnicity, world viewpoints, politically and the acceptance of… Continue reading LGBT Best Scene Reading – LOOK IN MY EYES, by Eddie Baca

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LGBT 1st Scene Script – DELIVERY GIRL, by Katherine Grant Krieger

  Genre: Drama, Comedy, Coming of Age Adopted at birth, 20-something conflicted lesbian Trisha Donahue enlists her treacherous bi-sexual girlfriend to help search for her birth mother. CAST LIST: Max: Jarod Terrell Motorist: Rob Notman Sarah: Ida Jagaric Narrator: Carina Cojeen Trisha: Andrea Meister Abigail: Kerrie Lamb Danny: Charles Gordon Get to know the writer:  1. What is your screenplay about? My… Continue reading LGBT 1st Scene Script – DELIVERY GIRL, by Katherine Grant Krieger

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Winning LGBT Feature Screenplay Reading of LOVE IS FREE WILL, by Amanda Samaroo

Genre: Drama, Romance, Sports In the mountains of North Carolina a high school football coach’s love for his teenage daughter comes into clash with his religious views when he learns that she is a lesbian in this story of family and acceptance. CAST LIST: Narrator: Laura Kyswaty Jake: Nick Baillie Becca: Katelyn Varadi Rachel: Jane Smythe Sarah: Susan Q. Wilson… Continue reading Winning LGBT Feature Screenplay Reading of LOVE IS FREE WILL, by Amanda Samaroo

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January 2018 Winning LGBT Stories

LGBT 1st Scene Screenplay – FALLING STAR January 2018 Reading by Katie L. Marshall JAKE & JULIA, 12min, USA, Comedy/Relationship WATCH Audience FEEDBACK     **Submit exclusively via FilmFreeway: Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Director: Kierston Drier Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne Editor: John Johnson Camera Operator: Mary Cox