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.
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.
POLITICAL BEST Scene Reading: CALLE OCHO, by Robert W. McKnight, Jeremy Culver
“A critical election in Florida intersects with the opportunity for real freedom in Cuba.”
Logline: When the smart and beautiful daughter of a wealthy Cuban refugee (the most powerful conservative voice in Florida) becomes a U.S. Senator, she works cleverly and clandestinely to defy both her fat...
SPORTS Festival BEST Scene: SLEDGEHAMMER, by Vinny Smith
A former tennis champion, now a rough and rowdy Las Vegas cocktail waitress, enters the US Open in an effort to win her way out of trouble with the FBI, navigating the world of biker gangs and Russian mobsters along the way.
Narrator: Sean Ballantyne
Agent: Geoff Mays
LGBTQ+ Festival BEST Scene Reading: RESIDENCY, by Natalie Lomske
Residency is a drama about ambitious, paraplegic, surgical resident Amelia Walters who transfers to a renowned hospital and must find a balance between the demands of her career, relationships, and disability.
COMEDY Festival TV BEST Scene Reading: Poulet Realty, by Melanie McCullough
Peaches Poulet, recently cheated on and widowed, is determined to reinvent her life in small town Alabama. She's going to lose 30 pounds, change the carpet in the den, and finally achieve her lifelong dream of becoming a realtor. But first, she has to ruin her treacherous ex-best friend's funeral...
LGBTQ+ Festival TV BEST Scene Reading: MISS FORTUNE, by Breeze Vincinz
A thieving ex-con attends twelve-step meetings to deal with her relationship with money, her fledging L.A. based dispensary staffed exclusively with African American women, her relationships with her ex-girlfriends, and a system that is trying to lock her back up.
TV Festival Best Scene Reading: This Next Year, by Mark Violi
After surviving a school shooting and now suffering from PTSD, Kate takes a position as guidance counselor at a Pennsylvania high school. In crisis herself, Kate must navigate new rules and deal with a haunting past while employing unconventional methods to identify and help those students most a...
POLITICAL Festival BEST SCENE Reading: Confined Hatred, by Jeffrey Swerdan
Sgt. Robin Sole wakes up to find herself trapped with six strangers in a deadly game of racism and torment. Can the seven strangers overcome their personal differences to come together and escape or will they take their personal prejudice to an early grave?