HIGHLIGHTS, WINNERS & VIDEOS: December 2018 DRAMA/COMEDY FEEDBACK Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS:

BEST FILM: I’LL BE FINE

BEST COMEDY: WRITER’S WORKSHOP

BEST PERFORMANCES: CASEY

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: SEX BOMB

BEST MUSIC: THE ONE THAT ROLLED AWAY

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos:

festival posterA PIACERE, 7min, USA, Drama

festival posterCASEY, 6min., USA, Drama

festival posterSTOLEN, 5min., USA, Drama/Crime

festival posterMISCREANT, 10min., Crime/Thriller

festival posterI’LL BE FINE, 3min., USA, Drama

festival posterTOM IN COUCHLAND, 2min., USA, Animation/Comedy

festival posterTHE ONE THAT ROLLED AWAY, 6min., USA, Comedy

festival posterI GOT A CALLBACK, 15min., USA, Comedy

festival posterWRITER’S WORKSHOP, 11min., USA, Comedy

festival posterMURDER IN THE CAT HOUSE, 4min., USA, Comedy

festival posterSEX BOMB, 3min., USA, Comedy

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There is an episode about this festival in our archives as we talk about the audience and all the great films we showcased at this event.

The theme of the December 2018 Comedy/Drama Feedback Film Festival in Toronto was “Exposure”.

Each film was about someone or something being exposed – in a good and not so good way!

Great way to complete the 2018 season. 12 festival in Los Angeles in 2018 and 12 sucesses. Couldn’t be more happier with first official year in LA. Great city. Great people. Great films. Great cinema. This was the first year of many.

See you at the festivals.

– Matthew Toffolo

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Stolen Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the Dec. 2018 Los Angeles Festival

STOLEN, 5min., USA, Drama/Crime

Directed by Kevin Caulfield

When a scrappy teen faces consequences for stealing car stereos, he must decide if he will continue a life of crime in order to provide for his family.

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Miscreant Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the Dec. 2018 Los Angeles Festival

MISCREANT, 10min., Crime/Thriller
Directed by Rocky Ramsey
Anderson McCarthy, a young law-school graduate, walks two small town detectives through his life threatening turn of events while visiting his Uncle Billy for the very first time.

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I’ll Be Fine Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the Dec. 2018 Los Angeles Festival

I’LL BE FINE, 3min., USA, Drama

Directed by Damien Starr

Sofia is excited about her date, but she hasn’t quite told the full story about herself.

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A Piacere Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the Dec. 2018 Los Angeles Festival

A PIACERE, 7min, USA, Drama

Directed by Andy BrewsterA violin student wrestles with her motivations for studying what she loves.

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Casey Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the Dec. 2018 Los Angeles Festival

CASEY, 6min., USA, Drama

Directed by Shanrica EvansA teenager with gender dysphoria witnesses the physical assault of a transgender woman.

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HIGHLIGHTS, WINNERS & VIDEOS: November 2018 Female FEEDBACK Film Festival

AUDIENCE AWARD WINNERS:

BEST FILM: #NOMORE

BEST PERFORMANCES: NON-DISCLOSURE

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY: RECONNECTED

BEST MUSIC: FIRST STEP

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Videos:

festival posterRECONNECTED, 15min., USA, Drama/Comedy festival poster#NOMORE, 16min., USA, Drama
festival posterREGRETS, 8min, UK, Drama festival posterMEA CULPA, 6min., USA, Comedy/Crime
festival posterBETWEEN US, 10min, USA, Drama/Family festival posterFIRST STEP, 9min., USA, Drama
festival posterMORGEN, 10min., USA, Documentary festival posterNON-DISCLOSURE, 15min., USA, Drama

LISTEN to our Daily Podcast via iTunes, or go to www.wildsoundpodcast.com

There is an episode about this festival in our archives as we talk about the audience and all the great films we showcased at this event.

The theme of the November 2018 Female Feedback Film Festival in Los Angeles was “Choices”.

Perhaps the most generic theme we’ve ever had, but each film was about the main character forced to make a major decision after a traumatic event. Pushing yourself when it’s the last thing you ever want to do.

This is always going to be a memorable festival for myself because while the festival was taking place in Los Angeles, 2500 miles away in Toronto my son Daniel Ross Toffolo was born. He wasn’t supposed to come for another two weeks, but he had other things on his mind.

The only reason this can happen is that we have an outstanding team in Los Angeles who runs a great festival for the organization month after month. From top to bottom, this is an amazing group of people assembled to deliver a top notch event on the first Thursday of every single month at the LA LIVE Regal cinemas in downtown LA.

See you at the festivals.

– Matthew Toffolo