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.
LGBT Festival 1st Scene Reading: Out In The West, by Claire V. Riley
The first lesbian western TV series about a sharpshooting gender outlaw who poses as a man so she and her shrewd southern belle lover can escape a vindictive brother and a brutal husband returning from the Civil War and create a new life as a married couple out in the west.
POLITICAL Festival 1st Scene Script Read: The Olive Branch, by Danny Boushebel
When their sightseeing is cut short at a Syrian Army checkpoint in Lebanon, a new couple is forced to learn more about each other as well as themselves in order to find the strength to escape a life-threatening situation.
Narrator: Julie Sheppard
Danny: Steve Rizzo
Emma: Val Cole ...
1st Scene Script Reading: Omissions, by Jessica Marie Sadler (with interview)
A couple, whose marriage teeters on the brink due to infidelity, split during a visit to Baltimore for Thanksgiving. Separated, they go through harrowing experiences that leave them bruised and battered and teaches them the unconventional secret to relationship longevity. Omissions is a dark dram...
VIKE TV Pilot screenplay reading, by Adam Kelly Morton
Where fantasy meets procedural mystery, a cantankerous Chief Constable must solve crimes AND judge them in a dark and dangerous metropolis. Vike struggles with his own addictions and fears while up against the Arklanen: an underground guild of dark magic, responsible for the death of Vike's wife....
TV FESTIVAL 1st Scene Reading: Quantum Entanglement, by KC Kramer
After being led to an ancient artifact that bears her signature as well as a mysterious name drawn inside a heart, Clea Smith finally gets to realize her childhood dream of becoming a time traveler when she crosses paths with agents of a time travel law enforcement agency from the future and join...
TV FESTIVAL 1st Scene Reading: Hoodz, by Christina Brandon-Gómez
Two years after a deadly virus wipes out the adult population of the Earth, the remaining youth fight each other and the airborne assassin as they struggle to survive in a lawless world. Can secretive loner Ravyn and a hodgepodge group of teens overcome mistrust of each other to uncover the bigge...
CRIME/MYSTERY Festival 1st Scene Script Reading: Board Games, by Madeline Hombert, Michael Markus
With the dark dysfunctional-family tone of Hitchcock's "Psycho" and the intensity of Freddie's“Elm Street” adventures,
BOARDGAMES is a character-driven thriller.
A SMALL CITY DESCENDS INTO CHAOS AS A SERIAL KILLER SLASHES HIS WAY THROUGH THE DARKNESS OF NIGHT.
POLITICAL Festival 1st Scene Reading: Night, by Tom Thorpe
A sheriff investigating the disappearance of two teenagers from a fire watch tower, discovers a mutilated body, an incinerated car with human remains and reports of a UFO hurtling towards the San Francisco peaks.
Narrator: Val Cole
Richard Lee: Steve Rizzo
John Tharp: Allan Michae...
1st Scene Festival Script Reading: The Darwin Protocol, by Shane McCabe
When a covert genetics project goes horribly wrong and two pathological serial killers are let loose on the streets of Dublin and Munich, a tough CIA Agent seems to be the only one capable of stopping their carnage. The only problem is he cannot do this without implicating himself in a massive co...
LGBT Festival 1st Scene Reading: At The Flash, by Sean Chandler, David Leeper
At The Flash tells the story of a fictitious gay bar over six different decades from the 1960's to current day. We begin in 1965 with Richard, a husband and father, struggling with his true identity and reaching a critical personal crossroads. The new gay freedoms of the 1970’s are represented in...
LGBT Festival 1st Scene Reading: I'm A Bad Person, by Chance Fuerstinger, Brandon Freeman
After an engagement announcement, the best man of the groom-to-be tries to express his love for him, but he cannot bring himself to do it. In an attempt to forget about it, he and the other groomsman drink themselves into oblivion, and the rest of the night goes awry.
SPORTS Festival 1st Scene Reading: Shame Monster, by Todd Bird
As the NFL draft approaches, a questionable decision leaves top college prospect CJ Wallace with the choice of keeping his sexuality secret or coming out and risking his entire future with his family, friends, and the NFL.
Narrator: Val Cole
CJ: Allan Michael Brunet
TV Festival 1st Scene Reading: Outlier, by Jeremy Davis
An indentured freighter pilot fights for his freedom, but when a nation led by religious zealots tries to leverage his dark past to take over his outlier colony, our hero must lead an unlikely crew to reclaim his colony's independence, as well as his own.
LGBT Festival 1st Scene Reading: Chameleon, by Pat Brown
Near the end of Prohibition, after seeing his lover savagely beaten to death by his commanding officer, a gay cop must protect his new lover from his own self-loathing and the deadly contempt of his fellow officers.
Narrator: Julie Sheppard
Temple: Steve Rizzo
Ben: Allan Michael ...