Top 5 LA Festival Screenplays from the last year

Watch the readings of the top screenplays performed by professional actors:

CHILDREN OF THE DUST, by John McCarney
https://lafeedbackfilmfestival.com/2018/03/19/1st-scene-screenplay-children-of-the-dust-by-john-mccarney/

In an intertwining story based on true events, three very different men have a part in saving as many babies from war-torn Vietnam as they can.

THE PLAYLISTS, by Michael Kotsiros
https://lafeedbackfilmfestival.com/2018/02/17/mystery-1st-scene-script-the-playlists-by-michael-kotsiros/

A married couple are separately lured to a remote location by a gifted but troubled composer, who uses music to reveal his hidden agenda.

RODNEY AND THE TRIPPY TIME TRAVELING TALE OF TRIPPING, by Brandon M. Prosek
https://lafeedbackfilmfestival.com/2018/07/01/short-screenplay-rodney-and-the-trippy-time-traveling-tale-of-tripping-by-brandon-m-prosek/

Rodney is thrust into a bizarre situation when his older self arrives to try to change time and prevent millions from dying, including himself.

THE HITLER PARADOX, by James Hughes
https://lafeedbackfilmfestival.com/2018/07/17/winning-short-script-the-hitler-paradox-by-james-hughes/

Two time travelers find themselves in conflict as they aim to bring Hitler to justice, although in vastly different ways.

THE TEMPS, by Julia Montanez
https://lafeedbackfilmfestival.com/2018/07/30/winning-tv-pilot-screenplay-the-temps-by-julia-montanez/

A modern day quirky comedic TV show based in New York City. A man hires his unemployed best friend and his 3 roommates to assist him in salvaging his job. An unorthodox team is formed as they discover the ultimate significance of what true friendship can mean on life’s unleveled journey.

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