WILDsound broadcasts a unique film festival every single day of the week, showcasing the best films from around the world. Enjoy a growing library of independent films, original screenplay, novel, short story, and poetry readings spanning all genres.
THRILLER/SUSPENSE Festival: Murder on Mars, by Patrick McKinley
During the early days of humanity’s colonization of Mars, two police detectives investigate the first death on the red planet. As the investigation unfolds, the detectives realize not all is what it seems as they uncover a vast conspiracy that questions human civilizations’ place on Mars.
COMEDY Festival TV PILOT: Group Therapy, by Jaycee J. Brill
In this dark comedy, 7 unique and relatable characters venture out of their comfort zone through group exercises, exposure therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy. Following each of the characters in their personal lives, (Carmen in the pilot episode) we see how they interact with the world o...
LGBTQ+ Festival: Out in the West, by Claire V. Riley
In 1865, when it was a crime to be queer, a sharpshooting gender outlaw poses as a man so she and her southern belle lover can escape a brutal husband and create a new life as a married couple out in the west.
Narrator: Sean Ballantyne
Millie: Val Cole
Beth: Hannah Ehman
LGBTQ+ Festival 1st Scene: THE WHITE FENCE, by Claudia Dato (interview)
It’s 1953 and Helen Parker’s husband has been MIA in Korea for 18 months. When a local bully graffiti’s her white fence, handy woman Lou Taylor shows up to paint the fence and steal her heart. In the end Helen must decide on which side of the fence to live.
LGBTQQ+ Festival 1st Scene: A HOLIDAY CAROL, by John Woodard
Modern day adaptation of Dickens “A Christmas Carol.” Evan Scrooge lives his life as a rich, greedy, bitter, closeted gay man, who despises the holidays. Until one Christmas Eve night, when his dead, ex-lover and business partner, Jake Marley, along with the three spirits of Christmas Present, Pa...
Female Fest Best Scene: Lucky For You, by Heidi Kozak Haddad, Caroline Somers
LUCKY FOR YOU is a comedy about a people-pleasing woman named Ellie who wins big in the lottery, but instead of lavishing herself with the best money can buy, she hides her winnings and uses the money to secretly transform her slacker husband into the successful man she always dreamt he would bec...
Winning FEMALE Festival 1st Scene: Black Sunday, by Katreana Bellew
A young fireman, and father of four, jumps to his death to escape a Bronx fire alongside four other firemen. Upon inspection of the fire, it becomes clear that both the building owners and the city of New York are at fault. The fireman's wife and the surviving, but chronically injured, men from t...
1st Scene Reading: Gladiatrix Daughter of War, by Roxanne Gregory (interview)
Gladiatrix Daughter of War --- Barbarians+Spartacus=Gladiatrix. Acolyte priestess Aoife survives the fall of the Druidic stronghold but is enslaved. She kills a brothel master & is sold to a ludus, a school for gladiators, where she flourishes becoming Rome's deadly champion. As Amazonia Nyx Deat...
1st Scene Reading: Christmas Pizza, by Andy Heidel, Chloe Sehr
Noelle is a struggling NYC singer and musician that returns to her hometown of Carillon after her mother dies in a freak accident during the annual Thanksgiving Leftovers Casserole Contest. Upon her return, she discovers that the building she is supposed to inherit is in foreclosure and her ex-gi...
1st Scene Reading: A Waterless Place, by Leiter Daniellson
After witnessing an Alien spacecraft crash in the mountains two brothers rush to the scene and gather what they can. A shadowy figure is sent to hunt the brothers down and eliminate them before their Father rescues them.
Narrator: Val Cole
Lucius/Dael: Geoff Mays
Orion: Steve Rizzo...
1st Scene Reading: A DIFFERENT WORLD, by Michael Mendershausen & Lillian Carrier
Rebecca is waiting at an airport, while her parents baby her. Rebecca has autism and is seemingly traveling for the first time by herself. She gets on the plane with her service dog, Luke. She meets Jonathan, who already starts to help her on the plane.
DRAMA Festival 1st Scene: CALF ROPE, by Jake Stetler, Bradley Hawkins
When in 1966 a nine-year-old boy from suburban Pennsylvania asks his grandad from Oklahoma if he was ever “a real cowboy,” the retired cattle auctioneer is forced to take stock of his blessings and confront his unrealized dreams.
CRIME/MYSTERY Fest 1st Scene: American Breakdown, by Gary Porpora (interview)
Logline: At the mercy of an accelerating dementia, Jonas Flemming, aka, America's Coroner--the state’s lead witness in yet another high profile murder trial--melts down on the witness stand, setting a psychopath free.
When the L.A. detective on the case reopens his investigation, Jonas becomes t...
LGBTQ+ Festival 1st Scene: NEPHEWS, by Andrew Child
Aaron was an actor until he started dating the much more successful, older actor, Richard Hanes. When Richard develops an interest in Aaron's younger brother, Aaron grapples with returning to his life before notoriety as a kept man.
Narrator: Val Cole
Aaron: Geoff Mays
Joe: Steve R...
HORROR 1st Scene: AT DEATH'S DOOR, by Matthew Catanzano (interview)
When his father dies, a small-time thief returns home and learns the family business—running a funeral home—includes guarding a Gateway to Hell. He’s not a great thief or a great son, but he’ll have to step up or there’ll be Hell to pay…literally, like, the apocalypse.