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LGBT Festival TV Best Scene Reading: The Townhouse, by David Neal & Oscar Sanchez

A former Marine operates a lucrative escort service to the Washington power elite and he finds himself in the bulls-eye of concurrent storms involving betrayal, treachery, blackmail, corrupt politicians, cops on the take and murder. CAST LIST: Narrator: Hannah Ehman Father: Isaiah Kolundzic Allison: Nkasi Ogbonnah — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo,… Continue reading LGBT Festival TV Best Scene Reading: The Townhouse, by David Neal & Oscar Sanchez

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LGBT Best Scene Screenplay: Consequences of Living a Lie, by Kieron O’Sullivan

This is a story about one’s boys journey out of the closest, and the consequences of the lies he’s to everyone in his life, especially his girlfriend. CAST LIST: Narrator: Val Cole Jack: Biden Hall Daisy: Aliya Hamid — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel Elder Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne Editors: Kimberly… Continue reading LGBT Best Scene Screenplay: Consequences of Living a Lie, by Kieron O’Sullivan

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1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading: AROUSED, by Barry Jay

When Alex looked for a new roommate to move into his childhood home after his father’s brutal murder, he gets Shane: a confident, mysterious physical trainer who plunges him into a violent world of sweat and sex, forcing him to confront his past abuses. But even as Alex learns to fight back, there may be… Continue reading 1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading: AROUSED, by Barry Jay

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Top LGBT Festival Screenplays of 2019

Watch the winning readings performed by professional actors. 20 screenplays in total. 2 Feature Screenplays: Winning LGBT Feature Screenplay: NEARFALL, by Ronny Jay https://lgbttorontofilmfestival.com/2019/10/20/winning-lgbt-feature-screenplay-nearfall-by-ronny-jay/ Winning LGBT Feature Screenplay: THE THINGS WE MISS, by Bonnie Brookby https://lgbttorontofilmfestival.com/2019/04/11/winning-lgbt-feature-screenplay-the-things-we-miss-by-bonnie-brookby/ —- 4 TV Screenplays: Winning LGBT TV PILOT Screenplay Reading: BROOKLYN PANSY, by Jason Forbach https://lgbttorontofilmfestival.com/2019/10/06/winning-lgbt-tv-pilot-screenplay-reading-brooklyn-pansy-by-jason-forbach/ LGBT TV Pilot… Continue reading Top LGBT Festival Screenplays of 2019

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1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading: Cutting Edge, by Renee Galloway-Golden

A strong willed young teen finds her own life slipping away after coming out in hopes her peers will follow. Self-harm and suicide attempts seem to be the only way out for this beautiful young spirit. This young warrior will have to decide if her life is worth saving. Will she become a warrior or… Continue reading 1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading: Cutting Edge, by Renee Galloway-Golden

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1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading: Death At Sea. by Samuel Heath

A military investigator must solve a locked room murder on a Naval ship or face the threat of war CAST LIST: Cell voice – Marcus Bernacci NARRATION – Krista Barzso Rodriguez (f 30s) – Tracy Rowland Stern (m 50s) – Neil Bennett — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel Elder Casting Director:… Continue reading 1st Scene LGBT Screenplay Reading: Death At Sea. by Samuel Heath

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LGBT Short Screenplay: The Loneliest Boy in Bushwick, by Connor Renfroe

In an effort to win his boyfriend back, Nolan accepts life counseling from an eccentric woman who might be more delusional than he. CAST LIST: Narrator: Esther Thibault Nolan: Brandon Knox Leo: Haddi Kubba Ursula: Rosalia Vagalatis Bea: Tiffany Davidson — Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel Elder Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne… Continue reading LGBT Short Screenplay: The Loneliest Boy in Bushwick, by Connor Renfroe