Interview with Filmmaker Elizabeth Lewis (WATERS OF MARCH)

WATERS OF MARCH played to rave reviews at the April 2020 ANIMATION FEEDBACK Film Festival in Toronto. Submit to the Animation Fesival via FilmFreeway: Matthew Toffolo: What motivated you to make this film? Elizabeth Lewis: The illness and death of my brother, the most important person in my life, who died a year earlier.By a… Continue reading Interview with Filmmaker Elizabeth Lewis (WATERS OF MARCH)

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Interview with Winning Screenwriter Joe Kourieh (Voosch And Helina)

“Voosch And Helina” was the March 2020 SCI-FI/FANTASY SHORT Screenplay Winner. Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Joe Kourieh: This Sci-Fi short is about something all too familiar – a World War – but in an unfamiliar place (under the sea). Humans’ dominance over the planet has been lost and they are now at the… Continue reading Interview with Winning Screenwriter Joe Kourieh (Voosch And Helina)

Interview with Screenwriter Nathan Zoebl (HAPPY FUN TIMES)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Nathan Zoebl: A group of disaffected twenty-somethings plot to get rich by suing an amusement park after scheming for one of their crotchety, terminally-ill grandmothers to accidentally die on a dangerous ride. It’s Throw Momma From the Train meets Adventureland, and it’s about a colorful group of bottom-feeding… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Nathan Zoebl (HAPPY FUN TIMES)

Interview with Screenwriter Helen Marsh (THE GREATEST HEIGHT)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Helen Marsh: The Greatest Height is about finding a higher purpose within the struggles and conflict of day to day life. The story follows Nickle, a quirky girl who recently graduated high school and figures it’s about time she tries her hand at love. She sets her eyes… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Helen Marsh (THE GREATEST HEIGHT)

Interview with Screenwriter Marshall Ferrin (Death Of A Revolutionary)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Marshall Ferrin: It is about a brilliant and driven French revolutionary who the ability to write a new chapter in his country’s rich history. But what begins as a battle for liberty, equality, and fraternity, becomes a vindictive quest for supremacy, power and money. 2. What genres does… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Marshall Ferrin (Death Of A Revolutionary)

Interview with Screenwriter Marcus Russell (PERMUTATION)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Marcus Russell: This script is about the plight of marginalized people, specifically African Americans. English has been taken advantage of by processes he can barely comprehend. He cannot get good health care (to be taken seriously by his health care provider), he has a contentious relationship with the… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Marcus Russell (PERMUTATION)

Interview with Screenwriter Tim Gale (PARTY OVER COUNTRY)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Tim Gale: A Republican candidate is sworn in as president of the united states, but he’s way more into partying than he is into doing his job or serving his globalist master. It’s pretty much White House meets Animal House. 2. What genres does your screenplay fall under?… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Tim Gale (PARTY OVER COUNTRY)

Interview with Screenwriter James Zeankowski (Every Purpose Under Heaven)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? James Zeankowski: Reporter Vera Reynolds of WBN News is investigating a sudden occurrence of immortality and makes a shocking discovery in the process that alters the course of humanity forever. 2. What genres does your screenplay fall under? Supernatural Disaster, Faith based drama, Thriller 3. Why should this… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter James Zeankowski (Every Purpose Under Heaven)

Interview with Screenwriter Billy Smith (The Stafford Multiplex Theater)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Billy Smith: My screenplay, The Stafford Multiplex Theater, is about an outdated eight-screen movie theater in a small town. A new Megaplex has opened up about twenty minutes from them and a lot of people have forgotten about the Stafford. They’ve gained an unfortunate reputation as “that other… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Billy Smith (The Stafford Multiplex Theater)

Interview with Screenwriter Mark Spurlock (The Outlaw Josey From Wales)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Mark Spurlock: The travels of three misfits looking for a missing family member. 2. What genres does your screenplay fall under? Western comedy 3. Why should this screenplay be made into a movie? We need more comedy westerns. 4. How would you describe this script in two words?… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Mark Spurlock (The Outlaw Josey From Wales)