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LGBT 1st Scene Script Reading: Just a Girl (AKA Swerve), by Minsun Park & Teddy Tenenbaum

Just a Girl is a romantic-comedy in which a transgender teen girl returns to her high school and comes out as transgender after transitioning in another town, only to have her former best friend fall head over heels for her. The romance plays out against the backdrop of an international high school robotics competition. CAST… Continue reading LGBT 1st Scene Script Reading: Just a Girl (AKA Swerve), by Minsun Park & Teddy Tenenbaum

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LGBT Feature Screenplay Winner: Jess, by Sean J.S. Jourdan, Danielle Prall

On the hard edge of the urban west, Jess, an ex-con and single mother, strives to provide for herself and her own in the face of desperate poverty. CAST LIST: Various: Nikolai Afanasev Carlos: Peter Mark Raphael Narrator: Carina Cojeen Jess: Kristen MacCulloch JJ: Kyana Teresa Various: Kaleb Alexander Writer Statement Danielle and I live… Continue reading LGBT Feature Screenplay Winner: Jess, by Sean J.S. Jourdan, Danielle Prall

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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: 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 Best Scene Screenplay Reading: Across The Neon Hours, by J. Malia Miranda

Unable to face the reality of her collapsing marriage after news that her husband has gambled away a small fortune, a Las Vegas casino manager bonds with a card-playing tourist during one impulsive night under the neon lights of Sin City. CAST LIST: Dante: Allan Brunet Reese: Jillian Robinson Narration: Kat Smiley Alex: Pascale Behrman… Continue reading LGBT Best Scene Screenplay Reading: Across The Neon Hours, by J. Malia Miranda

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LGBT Best Scene Script Reading: Everybody Says Goodbye, by Michael R. Barnard

EVERYBODY SAYS GOODBYE–The Story of a Father and Son uncovers those issues on a very personal level: a parent disowns his teenage son who come out as gay. Drastic reality slaps this father hard, though, when he discovers his son may have been the victim of a serial killer killing the boys of the streets… Continue reading LGBT Best Scene Script Reading: Everybody Says Goodbye, by Michael R. Barnard