RSVP FEEDBACK Film Festival (Best of Comedy/Drama Shorts) Thur. Nov. 26th, 7pm, Carlton Cinemas

WILDsound Festival

SPECIAL EVENT: Featuring the best of Comedy/Drama Short Films from around the world

http://www.wildsound.ca/torontofilmfestivals.html

Tenth and last event of 2015. RSVP your FEEDBACK Toronto Film Festival seats.
FREE OR MAKE A DONATION TO THE FESTIVAL.

Thursday November 26th event. 7pm to 9pm, Carlton Cinemas, 20 Carlton Street.

RSVP your seats now for the event. Plus, see full details of every film being played.

http://www.wildsound.ca/torontofilmfestivals.html

This month’s festival is a packed lineup of the greatest comedy/drama short films from the last year.

Giving you films from all corners of the world in different genres and formats. And there is a theme that ties all the films together. You pick the theme on the night and you win a big prize!

CLICK here and watch the moderation videos from our last event. Theme was ‘DEATH’:
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/october_2015_film_festival.html

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Twitter Story, Twitter Short Story by Matthew Hensarling

WILDsound Festival

Watch the 140 Character Short Story: TWITTER STORY

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FREE – TWITTER SHORT STORY FESTIVAL
Submit your 140 character story and have it performed by a professional actor
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/140_characters.html

Also, Free logline submissions. The Writing Festival network averages over 95,000 unique visitors a day.
Great way to get your story out: http://www.wildsound.ca/logline.html

Deadlines to Submit your Screenplay, Novel, Story, or Poem to the festival: http://www.wildsound.ca

Watch recent Writing Festival Videos. At least 15 winning videos a month: http://www.wildsoundfestival.com

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My Breath Caught, Twitter Short Story by CR Smith

WILDsound Festival

Watch the 140 Character Short Story: MY BREATH CAUGHT

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FREE – TWITTER SHORT STORY FESTIVAL
Submit your 140 character story and have it performed by a professional actor
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/140_characters.html

Also, Free logline submissions. The Writing Festival network averages over 95,000 unique visitors a day.
Great way to get your story out: http://www.wildsound.ca/logline.html

Deadlines to Submit your Screenplay, Novel, Story, or Poem to the festival: http://www.wildsound.ca

Watch recent Writing Festival Videos. At least 15 winning videos a month: http://www.wildsoundfestival.com

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Memories, Twitter Short Story by Megan Reis

WILDsound Festival

Watch the 140 Character Short Story: MEMORIES

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FREE – TWITTER SHORT STORY FESTIVAL
Submit your 140 character story and have it performed by a professional actor
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/140_characters.html

Also, Free logline submissions. The Writing Festival network averages over 95,000 unique visitors a day.
Great way to get your story out: http://www.wildsound.ca/logline.html

Deadlines to Submit your Screenplay, Novel, Story, or Poem to the festival: http://www.wildsound.ca

Watch recent Writing Festival Videos. At least 15 winning videos a month: http://www.wildsoundfestival.com

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LUNCH TIME, Twitter Short Story by Alaina Wetzel

WILDsound Festival

Watch the 140 Character Short Story: LUNCH TIME

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FREE – TWITTER SHORT STORY FESTIVAL
Submit your 140 character story and have it performed by a professional actor
http://www.wildsoundfestival.com/140_characters.html

Also, Free logline submissions. The Writing Festival network averages over 95,000 unique visitors a day.
Great way to get your story out: http://www.wildsound.ca/logline.html

Deadlines to Submit your Screenplay, Novel, Story, or Poem to the festival: http://www.wildsound.ca

Watch recent Writing Festival Videos. At least 15 winning videos a month: http://www.wildsoundfestival.com

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Chancer, Twitter Short Story by Paul Streetly

WILDsound Festival

Watch the 140 Character Short Story: CHANCER

Get to know writer Paul Streetly:

1) What is your very short story about?

Risk, trust & perhaps romance within the underground

2) What motivated you to write this story and submit it to the festival?

Love of economical writing, the Caribbean Sea & Hemingway’s fabled shortest story ever

3) What movie have you seen the most in your life?

Maybe a Luc Besson one like Subway, Leon or the Big blue

4) How many scripts and stories have you written?

No scripts yet, maybe fifty or a hundred stories

5) What artists would you love to work with?

Banksy, Alyssa Monks, the artists from Archaos, Aphex Twin

6) What is your passion in life?

Arts, music & action born out of Trinidad & Tobago Carnival

7) Any tips for other writers who want to write a 140 character short story?

Leave it…

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Flash Fiction, Twitter Short Story by Pam Blackthorne

WILDsound Festival

Watch the 140 Character Short Story: FLASH FICTION

Get to know writer Pam Blackthorne:

1) What is your very short story about?

It¹s about a person who¹s exploring new places, thinking the world is a
happy, safe place. Only after all light is extinguished do they realize
they¹ve taken a wrong turn, and now it¹s too late to go back. Who knows
what¹s ahead?

2) What motivated you to write this story and submit it to the festival?

I get the biggest kick out of flash fiction. I¹ve told a few stories in
100 words or less. One was published. The 140-character limit really
appealed to me. It takes real skill to tell a compelling story in very few
words.

3) What movie have you seen the most in your life?

The Shipping News. It helped me get beyond my divorce.

4) How many scripts and stories have you written?

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LIFE IS BUT A DREAM, Twitter Short Story by Brian O’Flaherty

WILDsound Festival

Watch 140 Character Short Story: LIFE IS BUT A DREAM

Get to know writer Brian O’Flaherty:

1) What is your very short story about?

The story is about having a life altering experience, which brings about a realization; a realization that changes the narrator forever. The realization is that one’s mind creates one’s reality, which is experienced as a contrast of opposites, the meaning of which the narrator must decide.
That’s it in a nutshell.

2) What motivated you to write this story and submit it to the festival?

I’m in the process of submitting a feature screenplay to the festival, which caused me to receive emails, where I was then informed about the Twitter festival. It seemed like a fun idea.

3) What movie have you seen the most in your life?

Return of the Jedi.

4) How many scripts and stories have you written?

I am in the…

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A Final Effort of Goodness, Twitter Short Story by MJ Brewer

WILDsound Festival

Watch 140 Character Short Story: A FINAL EFFORT OF GOODNESS

Get to know writer MJ Brewer:

1) What is your very short story about?

My story is about those times when we struggle to help someone else and the efforts are futile.

2) What motivated you to write this story and submit it to the festival?

I’ve never written anything this short before, and I felt it would be fun. It was fun, but it was a bigger challenge than I had anticipated. The ability to write,
explain, and evoke emotion in an extremely short frame is more taxing than one might typically assume.

3) What movie have you seen the most in your life?

I’m unclear of this question, but I believe you’re asking the types of movies I typically watch. Sometimes when my emotions become flat-lined, I’ll watch The
Notebook or P.S. I Love You. But that is…

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The Violinist of Mosul, Twitter Short Story by Paul MacAlindin

WILDsound Festival

Watch the 140 Character Short Story: THE VIOLINIST OF MOSUL

Get to know writer Paul MacAlindin:

See writer’s upcoming book: @upbeat_book

1) What is your very short story about?

I’m the Music Director of the National Youth Orchestra of Iraq

http://www.youtube.com/user/nyoiinfo

The violinist is one of my players who, being a Christian, was forced to get out of Mosul last June when they invaded. He made it into the Kurdistan Region of Iraq where he was supported by other players from the orchestra. He now teaches music at a school there. Nobody is really safe in Iraq at the moment, but he is, at least, resettled and safer.

He is one of the gentlest, kindest people in the orchestra, as well as being a very fine player who, like many, managed to teach himself violin without any teachers, by learning from masterclasses on YouTube.

2) What motivated you to write…

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