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.
FANTASY/SCI-FI Festival BEST Scene Reading: Condolexia, by Allison Hanna
In the eternally twilit city of Condolexia, 18 year old human Brian Marlowe befriends 18 year old vampire Jeremy Liu. But their new friendship is threatened by Brian's family legacy of vampire hunting, a series of vampire attacks in the city, and Brian's own budding conflicted feelings about Jere...
CRIME/MYSTERY Festival BEST Scene Reading: A Death In The Family, by Alex Surowitz
Former detective August Cavett and his new wife Elizabeth return from their honeymoon to learn that Elizabeth's father has died. Now the family matriarch is threatening to cut ties with the rest of the family and keep the inheritance. When she ends up dead, the Cavetts are reluctantly drawn into ...
DRAMA Festival BEST Scene Reading: Chaos In Paradise, by Jay Paul Smith
Tim and Becky Smith, a salt-of-the-earth, blue-collar couple, become foster parents in their opioid ravaged, rust-belt town, battling dysfunction, poverty, and addiction in order to save foster children, who, but for the grace of God, could have been their own. "Our family's chaos could be some c...
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.
FAN FICTION TV Best Scene Reading: WOOSUNG 2020, by Janet Oh
This script is a greatly structured story about the challenges of someone who isn’t familiar with her culture and is trying to integrate herself into it. Dealing with that while also being appointed CEO makes for a story with high stakes. Mixing the chaebol culture with an Americanized protagonis...
BEST Scene Script Reading: BLACK MO, by Peter Noel
In the early 1800s a young girl and her family from Africa are abduct, taken to the United States and tortured as they try to salvage their humanity. Escaping from her captors, the young girl evolves from battered slave to successful businesswoman. (Based on a true events.)
BEST SCENE TV Pilot Screenplay: Jewels Of Light, by Tessie Herrasti
In the world of Upprunkna, a guilt-ridden elven warrior is tasked with the care of a powerful and untrusting royal. Together, they begin a journey that will unite the most adventurous beings of the different realms and force them to work together in order to restore the vital energies of a darken...
COMEDY Festival BEST Scene Reading: That's Our Show, by Judd Cherry, Aaron Krebs
A hopeful group of comedy upstarts travel the country performing and grinding out a name for themselves, all while surfing the bonds of friendship and facing the trials and tribulations of that touring road life.
Narration: Hannah Ehman
Otis: Sean Ballantyne
Margot: Kyana Teresa ...
CRIME Festival BEST Scene Reading: SERIAL, by Robert Benjamin
The peaceful life of a kind, old retiree is thrust into anguish and peril when it is disrupted by a present day serial killer. Following the connections, this otherwise trusting father can only suspect that the brutal killings have been at the hands of his own flesh and blood. His eldest son.
ACTION Festival BEST Scene Reading: Sergeant Freeman, by Gloria J Browne-Marshall
African-American Army Sergeant Stella Freeman's college-bound daughter Keisha goes missing on the day Freeman becomes the first woman to train the Army’s new Urban Terrorism platoon. A single mom and widow, Freeman is fighting to find her daughter while the Army pressures her to represent women i...
LGBTQ+ Festival BEST Scene Reading: Lafayette Square, by Katherine Martinez DeLeon
In 1885, a lesbian First Lady moves into the White House to support her brother, a conservative president, and finds herself caught between two worlds, both of the ‘old’ and the ‘new’: the old society of white politicians and army heroes, and the new society of feminists, black aristocrats, and t...
COMEDY Festival BEST Scene Reading: The Epigones Club, by John McCloskey
What is an epigone? The word epigone means: “undistinguished descendant of the great.” My characters are the adult sons and daughters of celebrities. They are frustrated, bitter, because they have failed to achieve success on their own. They resent the celebrity world that has left them behind.
TV BEST Scene Script Reading: Bound By Blood, by Dakota Banks
Bound by Blood is an action-thriller TV Pilot with strong mythological elements in which a Colonial woman unjustly burned as a witch struggles to reclaim her soul from the Sumerian demon who saved her from the flames and used her as his Ageless assassin for over 300 years. Adapted from an award-w...
COMEDY Festival BEST Scene Reading: Miley Chase: The Science Ace, by Richard Lasser, Dennis Edwards, Larry Little
Based on the musical - MILEY CHASE THE SCIENCE ACE. Miley Chase, a lonely, nerdy 10-year old science whiz, discovers the notes of her recently retired grandmother - a former mathematician and scientist - and builds a time machine. When Tyler -- her sports minded neighbor who thinks that science i...
BEST SCENE Female Festival Script Reading: Runaway Ruth, by May Walker
It's the 1970s and Ruth, an imaginative fifteen year old, has had enough of her mother's abuse and decides to run away. She immediately finds trouble, but is rescued by an ultraterrestrial named Peter. After striking up a friendship, the two of them set off on the road to find the mysterious Engi...
LGBTQ+ Festival BEST Scene Reading: Her Defense, by Anthony E. Commodore
An intelligently profound Transgender female, seeks to establish her dominance as one of the top defense attorneys in the Nation's Capital of Washington, DC, but must face the demons of her troubled past as a male, before setting her sights on a promising future.