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.
SHORT SCREENPLAY Reading: SIZWE, by Micharn Pollock
South Africa, a country of 57.5 million people has 4 million deaf or hard of hearing citizens. Wearing cloth face masks is now a prerequisite for any South African leaving their home. The silence in the deaf person’s world has just become more oppressing.
POLITICAL Short Screenplay Reading: LONE, by Bill Redding
Story protagonist, Alice, admires legendary lawman Bass Reeves, a former slave who became a great lawman of the late 1800s. Single mom and attorney, Alice, struggles with the police injustice she sees on the streets and fights for justice with her knowledge of the law and the use of her cell phon...
WINNING Short Screenplay: Bentobox, by Victoria Hirakawa-Lee Castro
With his father depolyed overseas in 90s rural America, a little boy of a half Japanese-half American decent connects with is mother through her cooking. After being teased at school for his strange lunches, he struggles to find his idenity between school and home, rejecting his mother in the pro...
SHORT Screenplay Reading: Strewn Porcelain Dolls, by Michael Lane
TYPE OF STORY: An almost coming of age story.
SYNOPSIS: JIMMY CRAMPOWITZ has reached boiling point with his mom, GERTRUDE CRAMPOWITZ. . She has brought him up properly- to be polite, punctual and to be very 'woke'. Except she hasn't given him involved love since forever. Today, Jimmy becomes ...
Winning SHORT Screenplay Reading: Fix Me, by Aubree Sweeney
Arianna: Kyana Teresa
Miss Walker/Sara: Elizabeth Rose Morriss
Mason: Allan Michael Brunet
Dr. Ruffalo/Tammy: Hannah Ehman
Tom/Isaac/John: Bill Poulin
Larry/Jack/Homeless Man: Shawn Devlin
COMEDY Festival SHORT Screenplay Reading: The Morning After, by Oona Helena Koivula
After a wild night out in London, Gemma and Sofia - two girls in their early 20's, find themselves in an awkward situation – waking up next two guy's that names they don't even remember, or perhaps never even cared enough to ask for.
Absolutely petrified of the awkward morning after confrontatio...