BEST Scene Script Reading: Blazing Sandals: The Creeper’s Lounge, by Steven Stark


Narrator: Val Cole
Pete: Geoff Mays
Director: Pascale Behrman
Boss: Shawn Devlin

Producer/Director: Matthew Toffolo

Festival Moderators: Matthew Toffolo, Rachel Elder

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editors: Kimberly Villarruel, Ryan Haines, John Johnson

Festival Directors: Rachel Elder, Natasha Levy

Camera Operators: Ryan Haines, Temitope Akinterinwa, Efren Zapata, Zack Arch

1st Scene Festival Short Script: MY LOVE, MY CAT, I CUT IT, by Egy Fachriansyah

030831cbfe posterabout an editor who is able to cut out a part of a story in a film but not with his own memories.


Writer Biography – Egy Fachriansyah

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Egy Fachriansyah was born in Jakarta on September 8, 1995, and is currently pursuing his degree at the Surakarta Institute of Indonesian Art. He has made independent films since his diploma studies in broadcasting at the Jakarta State Polytechnic Creative. For him, film is not just an entertaining visual performance but there is always an implicit narrative behind it that can provide knowledge and perspectives about a situation

Writer Statement

everyone may have been abandoned by a pet because of death, loved ones or family members who have never returned until now, but unfortunately the memories of them can never be left somewhere or we are forced to disappear.


1st Scene Festival Short Script: Between A Book and A Computer, by Callan Hand

19-year-old Katie experiences the struggles and pressures that come with having to make a decision that could alter the rest of her life.

  • Script Type:
    Student, Screenplay, Short Script
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    United States
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LA Festival Short Screenplay: N.D.E., by Jean Galliano

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After being shot while breaking into someone’s home, a Teen Addict has a Near Death Experience [N.D.E.] where he is confronted by a Demon and then by the LORD.

Jose’ is whisked away into a dark place. The Demon proceeds to beat him and knock him around in the darkness. Jose’ fights back unto exhaustion. Defeated, he falls remorseful and apologetic. His MOTHER’S PRAYERS can be heard, and light begins to illuminate the room. The light gathers into the shape of a being – a LIGHT BEING. The Light Being leads Jose’ out of the darkness and into a bountiful garden where the light is revealed to be an aura around the person of the LORD JESUS. The Lord gives Jose’ a new name and sends him back to his body to, “do the work he was sent to do.“ To everyone’s amazement, Jose’ awakens after being dead for nine minutes.

LA Festival Short Screenplay: DRIVER, by Adonis de la Cruz Vásquez

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Four friends are in a car when they suffer a serious accident. The girls who go behind leave unharmed, but the boys, who go ahead, are in critical condition and with damaged internal organs, so the death of one could mean the salvation of the other.

  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Driver (C)
  • Script Type:
    Student, Screenplay, Short Script
  • Genres:
    Drama, short film, student, traffic, city, Madrid, Spanish
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LA Festival Short Screenplay: Dies Irae, by Carolina Gómez Peiró

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In a barn, a young woman tries to escape an assault. Outside, the end of the world has just begun.

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    Short Script
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  • Script Language:
    Catalan, English

NOVEMBER 2019 – Read the best of COMEDY SCRIPT pitches from around the world:

COMEDY Script: Sunset Strip, by Alexander Osman

COMEDY Script: ROOTLESS, by Arshia Zeinali

Comedy Script: The Assassination of Donald Trump, by D. Sidney Potter

Comedy Script: The Pact, by Saud Dowaihy

Comedy Script: FURniversity, by G. Robert Daily, Matthew Newton