Winning FAN FICTION SPEC of EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, by Marc Mulcahy

FAN FICTION Film and Writing Festival

Winning Screenplay – EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND
Written by Marc Mulcahy

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Sean Ballantyne
MARIE – Frances Townend
RAY – Peter Mark Raphael
DEBRA – Kayla Farris
JEFFREY – Jonah Akler-Silliman
ROBERT – Christopher Huron
AMY – Vanessa Quagliara
FRANK – Charles Gordon

SYNOPSIS:

Genre: Comedy, Family

It’s Marie vs Debra in a cat & mouse game for control of who’s cleaning the house.

Get to know the writer:

What is your screenplay based on the TV SERIES “Everybody Loves Raymond” about?

It’s about seeing what we all figured would happen eventually; that Marie’s constant meddling and being a nuisance in general, would lead to Debra’s insanity.

How does this episode fit into the context of the series?

I actually thought this plot line was a no-brainer for Debra. I would have done this myself given the same situation.

How would you describe this script in two words?

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Winning LGBT WEB SERIES – LITTLE SISTA “GET SHORTY” by Charmaine Bingwa

LGBT Toronto Film Festival

Winning Screenplay – LITTLE SISTA “GET SHORTY”
Written by Charmaine Bingwa

CAST LIST:

NARRATOR – Sean Ballantyne
CHARMAINE – Cassandra Guthrie
SHAUN – Dan Cristofori
TALIA – Jane Hailes
LUCY – Val Cole

SYNOPSIS:

Genre: Comedy, Romance, LGBT

Commitment-phobe, Charmaine must learn to grow up when she is paired with an at-risk youth in a Big Brother, Big Sister programme.

 
Get to know the writer:

What is your screenplay about?

It is about a responsibility-averse, lesbian lothario who is forced to grow up when she is given community service and paired with an at-risk youth in the Big Brother Big Sister program.

What genres does your screenplay fall under?

Comedy, Romance

Why should this screenplay be made into a TV Show?

Because underneath all the comedy it has heart and universal appeal. It also provides an answer to many issues raised about television today including LGBT inclusion, gender equality…

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