TV PILOT: Adventures of Lara Stones and the Space Rangers, by Tamuna Tsertsvadze

ACTORTitle: Adventures of Lara Stones and the Space Rangers

Idea by: Olorunfemi Salami Omotayo (Tosin2shot84@gmail.com)

Written by: Tamuna Tsertsvadze (tsertsvadze.tamuna6@gmail.com)

Type: TV PILOT

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

Logline: A half-hour sci-fi comedy action series set in the near future and follows a television star and crew who set out to film their new Superhero series in actual real-life situations by accompanying a group of cadet space rangers on their missions.





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TV PILOT: Ghetto Job, by Annie Bio

ACTORTitle: Ghetto Job

Written by: Annie Bio

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Comedy

Logline: The daily lives of employees at a collection agency surviving to keep their jobs and dreams alive.




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TV PILOT: The Hollywood Rejects, by Gabriel Molnar

ACTORTitle: The Hollywood Rejects

Written by: Gabriel Molnar

Type: Comedy

Genre: TV pilot.

Logline: A group of Hollywood Boulevard impersonators start an amateur investigation into one of them’s love interest’s disappearance.





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TV SHOW: Spritzer Girl, by Greg Blackmon

ACTORTitle: Spritzer Girl

Written by: Greg Blackmon

Type: TV SHOW

Genre: Drama/Comedy

Logline: A gorgeous, high-end sales girl makes her way in the world as a professional “sugar baby,” only for her emotions to occasionally step in and cause utter chaos in her world.

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Mini-Series: VIBRATIONS, by A Kid Gamer

ACTORTitle: VIBRATIONS

Written by: A Kid Gamer

Type: Mini-Series Script

Genre: Action, Animation, Sci-Fi,

Logline: On the night of graduation, four best friends are given powers to defend their city and the world from a deadly alien who threatens to end all humanity.





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TV PILOT: THEY’RE COMING, by Chevez Fletcher

ACTORTitle: THEY’RE COMING

Written by: Chevez Fletcher

Type: TV SHOW

Genre: Fantasy

Logline: On the night of graduation, four best friends are given powers to defend their city and the world from a deadly alien who threatens to end all humanity.





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TV PILOT: ACCOUNTANTS CAN COOK, by Ken Frost

ACTORTitle: ACCOUNTANTS CAN COOK

Written by: Ken Frost MA FCA http://www.kenfrost.com

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Autobiography, Cookbook

Logline: “I have spent the first forty years of my life eating good food and drinking fine wines, ales and spirits; I fully intend to continue in the same vein over the next forty, or so, years. However, when I do finally “pop my clogs” I would like to be made into a pate which would be served at my wake. That way my friends will be able to relive the culinary experiences of my life. Should you not wish to wait that long, then may I suggest that you read on.”

That is the opening paragraph of my book, “Accountants can Cook”; which takes you on a journey, both geographic and gastric, through the first forty years of my life. See me grow up from schoolboy to student, then on to become Head of Internal Audit for two of the world’s best known companies.

Eat my life!

Link to script http://www.kenfrost.net/accountants-can-cook/





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TV PILOT: AFTER MIDNIGHT, by Patrick Lee

ACTORTitle: AFTER MIDNIGHT

Written by: Patrick Lee

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Logline: A Steve Carell – esque comedic drama about a nursing home director trying to deal with the daily problem of helping the elderly enjoy their limited time





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TV Pilot Pitch: LOS 3, by J. Lamar

ACTORTitle: LOS 3

Written by: J. Lamar

Type: TV Pilot

Genre: Bilingual- Comedy

Logline: When unemployed 28 yr. old Jeremy Silas from Memphis, TN decides to room with two recent Latino graduates from his Alma Mater, hilarity ensues as cultures collide and lifelong bonds are formed in the heart of bible-belt south. Por ahí empieza la rumba!







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Video Pitch for BREW DAYS, TV Pilot, by Tyler Omoth

Watch Video Pitch for BREW DAYS, TV Pilot, by Tyler Omoth

Matthew Toffolo interviews writer Tyler Omoth:

1. What is your story about?

Tyler: This is the story of a hodgepodge group of friends who plan on starting their own craft brewery and the craft-beer related shenanigans they stir up in the process.

2. Why should do people need to read/watch this story?

Tyler: Many of us have experienced the fun and wackiness of beer tastings, beer festivals, and new beer release events. Just imagine what it’s like for those who are super-geek into beer!

3. How long have you been writing stories?

Tyler: I’ve been writing since about the sixth grade and professionally since 2005.

4. What movie have you seen the most in your life?

Tyler: I think my sister and I watched The Princess Bride every week as kids.

5. What artists would you love to work with?

Tyler: Just to list a few artists I respect a lot: Jimmy Buffett, Mel Brooks, Paul Giamatti, and Joss Whedon.

6. How many stories have you written?

Tyler: I’ve written dozens of stories and managed to publish a couple. I have a about 20 kids nonfiction books published as well.

7. Ideally, where would you like to be in 5 years?

Tyler: Sitting on the deck of my beach house writing. I like to write a variety of things – comedy, novel, short fiction, etc.

8. Describe your process; do you have a set routine, method for writing?

Tyler: Imagine a guy frantically rummaging through his closet. That’s about it. I get a deadline for a contest and a start grabbing at ideas and find that the right one is always there. I just didn’t look for it until I had that deadline looming.

9. Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

Tyler: Baseball and craft beer are my other big passions.

10. What influenced you to enter the WILDsound Festival?

Tyler: I love contests, but I really liked the idea that I would get feedback and possibly a video. It’s more than just throwing your creation out into the vast nothingness.

11. Any advice or tips you’d like to pass on to other writers?

Tyler: Enter contests! They’re a great way to jump start your motor and possibly help you dive into something new. I wrote my Brew Days for a contest that I discovered just 5 days before the deadline.

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