1st Scene Script Reading: Rails Run Parallel, by Orso Vesperini, Guy Laudereau , Aurèle N’Dja, Terry Newman, Carole Starcevic

1943. Four prisoners escape from a prisoner-of-war camp in Poland and undertake a grueling trip to France via Germany in an empty wine barrel wagon, while being chased by a Nazi Sherlock Holmes.


Narration: Kyana Teresa
Georges: Allan Michael Brunet
Louis: Bill Poulin
Henri: Geoff Mays
Andre/Leon: Shawn Devlin


1st Scene Script Reading: Jubilee Nation, by Henry Myers

“Jubilee Nation” is an alternative history political erotic thriller set in a utopian 1960’s fictional black nation, where the Civil War resulted in a different outcome, and the South is ceded to the slaves forming a separate black nation after the war. The story focuses on a tormented black journalist, plagued by an addiction to sado-masochistic sex, who’s sexual perversions lead him to discovers a plot to overthrow the country when he enlists the help of his faithful white servant to foil the conspiracy. It has elements of love, sex, reverse discrimination, corruption, and violence in its story plot. It is a nostalgic look at what could have been America if it had a radically different history.


Narration: Hannah Ehman
Newscaster: Geoff Mays
Symington: Allan Michael Brunet
Farnsworth: Bill Poulin


1st Scene Script Reading: THE WIND KILL FACTOR, by Sandra M. Matheson

Sci-Fi Thriller Feature

A top scientist is forced to work with her planet polluting ex-husband to save the earth from climate disaster and an ancient icy entity.


Narration: Elizabeth Rose Morriss
Deondra: Kyana Teresa
Richard: Allan Michael Brunet
Passenger/Kal: Geoff Mays
Truck Driver/Driver/Mac: Bill Poulin
Comm Operator: Hannah Ehman

SHORT Screenplay Reading: The Merry Widow- La Viuda, by Danielle Nicole Baker

Type of Story: Horror/Adventure

The Widow is a woman who is an embodiment of the Joker told from the female perspective who loses her first husband to a mysterious accident and is in search of her mother like the children’s book “Little Miss Spider”. She meets a guide along the way and falls in love before actually encountering her mother who is a wickeder villain.


Narrator: Elizabeth Rose Morriss
Mireda: Val Cole
Howard: Geoff Mays
Stranger 1/Sarah: Hannah Ehman
Stranger 2/Thomas: Sean Ballantyne

1st Scene Script Reading: MISERABLE PEOPLE, by Jeff Hindenach

A young man suffers from the uncanny ability to absorb the worst memories of people he comes into physical contact with, which forces him into a lonely life of seclusion. But when he starts seeing happy memories for the first time in his life, he embarks on a mission to find the woman from the flashes in his mind, understand his power, and hopefully, stop feeling so alone.


Narrator: Elizabeth Rose Morriss
Young Spencer: Andy Camp