Action/Adventure Festival Testimonial – October 17 2018

I love their (Adventure/Action Festival) concept of multiple ways to get your story out: from logline, to 1st scene, to full screenplay. The fast turnaround for feedback is critical for me as I’m sure it is with many new writers — as many new drafts have been made by the time most contests provide feedback and results. 
– David Kurtz, Feature Screenplay “Weecho”

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Action/Adventure Festival Testimonial – October 16 2018

It was nice to hear that the audio design was appreciated, particularly that knee stomp (Hi Stewart!). We spent a lot of time making it ‘wetter’, so it’s nice to hear it specifically mentioned. It was also nice to hear the production design was appreciated. The mention of that shot where everything is swept off the table got me particularly, as watching playback for that on set was the first moment I felt we really had something cool in the making. 
– Harrison Norris, Short Film Director “A Peaceful Man”

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Action/Adventure Testimonial – October 15 2018

I’ve been submitting “Wayfarers” to a bunch of places. The notion that some of it could be performed seemed interesting – it’s a twist on the usual screenplay contest, and in some ways, it’s more valuable to me as a writer-director. 
– Arnon Z. Shorr, Feature Screenplay “Wayfayers”

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Action/Adventure Festival Testimonial – October 8 2018

I love their (Adventure/Action Festival) concept of multiple ways to get your story out: from logline, to 1st scene, to full screenplay. The fast turnaround for feedback is critical for me as I’m sure it is with many new writers — as many new drafts have been made by the time most contests provide feedback and results.
– David Kurtz, Feature Screenplay “Weecho”

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Action Festival Testimonial – October 3 2018

I was very happy that people really seemed to get my film. Action short films are sometimes a hard sell. There’s nothing so visceral, powerful and ugly as two people punching the s%&t out of each other with their fists. But weirdly enough, I think words have as much– maybe even more, destructive power! I wanted to make a film about human beings and the complexity of relationships. And how we can get so turned around because of our relationships. The audience GOT and LOVED the film and that made me so happy.
– Alice L. Lee, Short Film Director “The Good Boy”

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Action/Adventure Festival Testimonial – September 24 2018

Thank you immensely for the feedback.
It’s the first I’ve had and I will make all of your suggested fixes. I completely agree. Sometimes it’s difficult to step back from our work and take an objective arbitrary look at it. Excellent analysis. I will make the changes and if it works well enough, I’ll resubmit.

– T. Lowery

 

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Action/Adventure Testimonial – September 21 2018

Screenwriter Fritz Mueller (ANAHNA)

The notes were thorough, although brief. They appeared to
derive from a reading of the entire script, not just the
opening few pages, which I appreciate. Suggestions for
improvements were well thought out. I was pleased to be
invited to re-submit the screenplay

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Maddie returns to her home in Dogtown, Northwest Territories, after a long absence. She reconnects with her brother, Louie. With childhood friend, Danny. And with Danny’s grandmother, Anahna, the spiritual head of the family.

CAST LIST:

Nikita (m) – Justin Hay
Waitress – Katelyn Varadi
Narration – Norma Dawn Dunphy
Danny – Omar Aufi
Maddie – Salma Dharsee