Feature Film: Welcome to Faulbrücke by Adam Edgington

Title of Story: Welcome to Faulbrücke

Written by: Adam Edgington

Logline: A young couple’s vacation takes a turn for the worse when they stumble upon a hidden evil lurking in the countryside.

Genre: Horror
Type: Feature Screenplay

Feature Film: Left for Dead at Nijmegen by Marcus A. Nannini

Title of Story: Left for Dead at Nijmegen, the True Story of an American Paratrooper in WW II.

Written by: Marcus A. Nannini

Genre: War

Feature Screenplay


Gene left his high school math class to find himself standing before Heinrich Himmler while surrounded by machine gun toting “SS” maniacs.

Feature Film: TO WALK AMONG WOLVES by Carol Hoffman


Written by: Carol Hoffman

Logline: A woman is caught in the middle of a rift between her emotionally unstable twin sister and authoritative husband.

Genre: Suspense/Thriller

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA# PAu2-849-145

Feature Film: THE FIFTH FLOOR by Dan Ochwat

Written By: Dan Ochwat, based on the novel by Julie Oleszek

YA, Drama, Family, Biography

WGA#: 1969985

Inspired by a true story, a 17-year-old girl is hospitalized on the fifth floor (psychiatry) for starving herself. Through staff, patients and a romantic bond with another boy, she overcomes her disorder and the role she played in her younger sister’s death a decade ago.

Novel: All the Streets and Roads by Kathryn R. Cheuvront

All the Streets and Roads

Kathryn R. Cheuvront

Memories of childhood as seen through the eyes of a young girl and those around her, showcasing how one person’s perspective is developed and how situations can unknowingly be perceived differently.

Realistic Fiction, Drama



Professional Wingman


A smart, smooth-talking 30-something charmer with James Franco looks, is an unemployed jack-of-all-trades who repeatedly finds new purpose in life by becoming a professional wingman, aiding those who are struggling in their work or careers. He convinces each to allow him to apply his inestimable gifts of persuasion to help achieve the success they desire via his ability to “close any deal or sale.” He thrives on the variety, people and professions he comes in contact with. He’s a quick study and an even faster talker whose disarming manner propels his successes….and failures.

Tom Tanno

TV SHOW: GLORIFIED by Brian Tashima, Kyle Gilbert, and Daniel Downs

Title of Story: Glorified

Written by: Brian Tashima, Kyle Gilbert, and Daniel Downs

Logline: A half-hour, animated sci-fi/dystopian action show, Glorified is the story of a woman who, raised to be the best soldier of her generation, ends up fleeing her oppressive hometown and reluctantly helping people as she traverses a post-apocalyptic wasteland in search of answers about her past.

Genre: Action, Adventure, Animation, Fantasy, Sci-Fi

Type: TV Pilot

Additional Information: This show is based on a rock concept album and a manga-style graphic novel, all of which have been written by the same three people listed above. The album, the first issue of the graphic novel series, and a proof-of-concept trailer for the show are all scheduled to be released concurrently in June 2019.

Feature Screenplay: THE LAST MINDER by Taz Lake

Title of Story: The Last Minder

Written By: Taz Lake

Logline: A dejected, elderly WW2 hero with unique powers battles dementia and forced euthanasia when a rogue alien scout transports him 150 years into the future to annihilate a trusted, but secretly genocidal, alien race.

Genre: Sci-Fi

Type: Feature Screenplay

WGA Registration Number: 1967579

BEST Scene Screenplay Reading of Moon Over the Hill by Stan Barton

When a cutthroat lawyer seeks a new life and redemption in a secluded homestead in the high desert of New Mexico, she discovers the previous owner’s mysterious experiment, which the government is desperate to bury, along with anyone associated with it. She is determined to make the wonder drug available for the public’s good.


Narrator: Val Cole
Rosie: Michelle Urbano
Black M: Peter-Mark Raphael


Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Festival Moderators: Kierston Drier, Shepsut Wilson
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editors: Kimberly Villarruel, Kyle Drier, John Johnson

Festival Directors: Mary Cox, Rachel Elder, Natasha Levy

Camera Operators: Hugh Fraser, Andy Camp, Aser Santos Jr., Zack Arch