Interview with Screenwriter Heather Farlinger (NO GOOD DEED)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Heather Farlinger: My screenplay is based on the life of Oliver Wellington Sipple, who was a decorated marine and wounded Vietnam veteran with PTSD, who heroically saved the life of President Ford from an assassin’s bullet. The would-be assassin, Sara Jane Moore, actually fired twice, and Mr. Sipple… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Heather Farlinger (NO GOOD DEED)

Interview with Screenwriter Steve Sterling (THE YOUNGEST DOUGHBOY)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Steve Sterling: A 12-year-old boy schemes to become a soldier and succeeds. Passing as an adult, he is shipped to France to fight in WWI. The film follows Ernest Wrentmore’s real-life journey and is based on his memoir. Barely trained, hardly equipped, and ineptly led due to lack of… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Steve Sterling (THE YOUNGEST DOUGHBOY)

Interview with Screenwriter Faye Upton (OUTRIDER)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Faye Upton: In the fictional world of Panthé, mankind has toppled the gods. Now, centuries after the Overthrow, magic and science have become indistinguishable from each other. Technology from artillery to airships runs on a mysterious toxic substance called floxx. The titular Outriders are a quasi-military order of diplomats,… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Faye Upton (OUTRIDER)

Interview with Screenwriter Andronica Marquis (DARK ANGELS)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Andronica Marquis: Dark Angels is about the struggle we all face to understand the true beauty of our nature despite the distraction of our pain, disappointments and insecurities. 2. What genres does your screenplay fall under? Fantasy 3. Why should this screenplay be made into a movie? While… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Andronica Marquis (DARK ANGELS)

Interview with Screenwriter Adam Seidel (CALIFORNIA)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Adam Seidel: At it’s core California is about a man who decides to fight for his loveless marriage through taking extreme measures. It’s a piece that examines the way we often go all in on lost causes and how that affects us. Do we come out the other… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Adam Seidel (CALIFORNIA)

Interview with Screenwriter George Deihl Jr. (The Journal Of Second Lieutentant Issac Bangs, Unabridged)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? George Deihl Jr: The bookish Isaac Bangs, a playful Nathan Hale and mysterious Lizzie Fannon battle a fiendish soul stealing demon in Manhattan set by the backdrop of the American Revolution. 2. What genres does your screenplay fall under? Comedy Action Horror Thirller 3. Why should this screenplay… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter George Deihl Jr. (The Journal Of Second Lieutentant Issac Bangs, Unabridged)

Interview with Screenwriter Kelly Byrnes (33 Weeks A Prude)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Kelly Byrnes: “33 Weeks A Prude” depicts the age-old conflict between sinners and saints or in today’s high school terms, Prudes and Sluts. Our protagonist, Nora, who belongs to the latter clique, is uprooted from her native Southern California town and plunked down in the Bible Belt, in… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Kelly Byrnes (33 Weeks A Prude)

Interview with Screenwriter Tai-Ying Chi (You Don’t Deserve My Jelly Strips)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Tai-Ying Chi: The story is about a girl who is sexually assaulted by the boy she loves and always wants to be romantically involved with, therefore she doesn’t know how to react at first, and she’s struggled between what her heart really wants and what her heart believes… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Tai-Ying Chi (You Don’t Deserve My Jelly Strips)

Interview with Screenwriter Zach Kalinyak (STARLEAGUE)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? Zach Kalinyak: The screenplay is about Larry Trenton’s success of turning had-been enemies into a close-knit family striving to unravel a galactic conspiracy that all of these aliens have unwittingly stumbled upon, earning them places on a hit-list. 2. What genres does your screenplay fall under? Comedy, Action,… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Zach Kalinyak (STARLEAGUE)

Interview with Screenwriter James Abney (PLAYING WITH CHOPSTICKS)

Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about? James Abney: “Playing with Chopsticks” is a fish out of water story about Jimmy, an average white man, and Jenny, his beautiful Chinese girlfriend, and the cultural differences they experience as they date outside their normal bounds. Problems arise after the meeting between him and her strict parents… Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter James Abney (PLAYING WITH CHOPSTICKS)