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.
DIVERSITY Festival Best Scene Reading: DELULU, by Adam Jay Ung (interview)
A Korean-born, American-raised K-pop idol working on the release of her solo debut track in Seoul, struggles with the language and cultural differences while dealing with a crazed stalker who’s dangerously obsessed with her.
DIVERSITY Fest Scene: Heroes, Just For One Day, by Salvatore Riggio (inter.)
While on vacation with his family in Disney World, Johnny, a FDNY Firefighter (along with the rest of America) receives word of the attack on the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. He is not there with his fellow man and the guilt eats at him for years in the aftermath. Through a...
Amidst unrest in 1970s Belfast, troubled teenager Michael meets Dutch tourist Anna, and a whirlwind romance begins. Anna is enchanted with the Ireland Michael showcases in his letters, but he is shielding her from the truth. As Michael’s recovery from the trauma of his childhood progresses, event...
LA LGBTQ+ Festival Best Scene: REQUIEM FOR A BANTAMWEIGHT, by Enrique Berumen
Bantamweight boxer Alfonso 'Panama' Brown, the first Latin American world champion, gains fame and fortune while living a torrid love affair with poet Jean Cocteau in 1930's France; until the Nazis goose-step into Paris.
Narrator: Val Cole
Cocteau: Geoff Mays
Al: Steve RIzzo
Winning ROMANCE Festival Best Scene: MAPLE GROVE, by Richard Telesca
An old-fashioned love story where in 1953, the lives of two people in search of true love and happiness seem to be headed in opposite directions until they come together in the little town of Maple Grove and discover that everything in life happens for a reason.
DIVERSITY Festival Scene: Injustice! Ex Parte Crow Dog, by Christopher Manydeeds
Injustice! United States vs Tribes is a TV anthology series about Federal Indian Law in dynamic US Supreme Court decisions. The series will address how the United States and Tribes decided the course of history through a hostile court system. Ex Parte Crow Dog is about a why the Federal governmen...
DRAMA Festival Best Scene: Paths We Lead, by Sandon Yahn (interview)
An aspiring screenwriter who struggles to support his family becomes successful after he uses a mysterious writing software that alters reality. But, with that comes a price that he never imagined he'd have to pay.
Narrator: Kyana Teresa
Richard: Steve Rizzo
Brad: Geoff Mays
LATINO Fest: El Cuento De Mi Papa (The Story of my Father), by Alejandro Lalinde
When a naive D.A.C.A. single young father gets unexpectedly deported to a country he’s never been, he must at all costs journey back illegally despite crooks and cartels and a desolate rugged desert to reunite with his estranged daughter before his family is ultimately separated.
TV Festival Best Scene: PALADIN, by Mark Andrew Pogodzinski
Paladin is a gun for hire in the new west in 1800. His current task is to collect Caleb Barnes and deliver him to justice. The Barnes Gang attacked a wealthy ranch, killing several people and burning the house to the ground. Paladin kills the gang with little difficulty, taking time to explain to...
Fantasy/Sci-Fi Festival Best Scene: THE GOD MACHINE, by Michael J Bowler
Using an antique machine, a grieving boy hopes to apologize to his deceased mother, but instead unleashes an interdimensional being that wreaks havoc in San Francisco. With the aid of his detached father, some friends, and a tough female detective, he determines to stop the creature, even at the ...
LGBTQ+ Festival: Good Pussy: The Anatomy of a Crazy Cat Lady, by Bree Wyrd
When a suicidal comedian is involuntarily hospitalized by her family, her ride-or-die drag queen BFF, and her unorthodox psychiatrist devise a plan to break her out, recover her eight cats, and help her to discover her reasons to live.
DIVERSITY Festival TV Best Scene: THUNDERSTORM, by Maria Mathis (interview)
This eight-episode limited series is about the turbulent life, death, and afterlife of Henry "Stormy" O'Dell, a biracial escaped slave with paranormal abilities. Set in Gold Rush California, Henry's mission is to stop a serial killer as he struggles to avoid forfeiting his soul to a demon who has...
DIVERSITY Best Scene Reading: FOLKTALE, by Donald Holmes Lewis, Ziggy Dantzler
When four young siblings spend a summer weekend at their grandmother’s home in the projects of Pawtucket, they listen to ghostly stories from the past but find themselves trapped in a dangerous and mysterious folktale of their own... with a fortune in slave trader gold at stake that can save the ...