Sci-Fi Animation Feature Film: THE HOLY GHOST, by Nazrus Halsey


Written by: Nazrus Halsey

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

Type: Feature Script

LOGLINE: A true worldwide Phenomenon made clear through an oath to help rid the world of evil.

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Romance Animation Feature Film: ME AND MR. LOBO, by Anil Agnihotri

Title: ME & MR. LOBO ( Endless Emotions ) 

Written by: Anil Agnihotri


Genre: Soft Romantic Comedy Animation.

LOGLINE: Everybody has a Child in them.
Everybody loose that Child in them.
Almost everyone.

This is a story a girl, who never lost her inner Child with the help of her imagination Friend.
“Mr. Lobo”
A working Single mother Mrs. Sofia Joms, abandoned by her husband for a younger women. A strong lady, with no time for her daughter. SAM

Kavita, kind heart governess under the employment of Mrs. Sofia and Sam’s caretaker.
A lonely child who craves for her mother love and lost in her own world .

“Mr Lobo”
And he comes to her life ?????
Creating a bond between them and changing her life forever……

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Family Feature Film: REMBRANDT & THE SEEDLINGS, by Doris B. Gill


Written by: Doris B. Gill

Genre: Animation/Family/Children

Type: Feature Script

Logline: Our young hero stumbles into a secret kingdom where subjects are born old and outsiders are unwelcome.

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Action/Adventure Feature Film: KARMA, by Donald Barnes

Title: KARMA 

Written by: Donald Barnes

Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure, Fantasy

Type: Feature length, 5 part series

Logline: The lines between faith, myth, and reality begin to blur as the descendants of those lost to time play out their roles in a prophetic tale of life and death.

WGA: 1370446

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Winning ANIMATION 1st Scene Screenplay – WEBBED by Robert Drusetta

Genre: Animation, Family, Adventure

After their Golden Orb queen is captured, a merry band of spiders must journey across foreign lands to rescue her. She is only member of the spider kingdom that can save them from extinction.


Narrator: Val Cole

Avery: Peter Mark Raphael
Aran: Ryan Yusep
Ronson: Allan Michael Brunet
Nephilia: Angelica Alejandro

Get to know the writer:

What is your screenplay about?

Webbed is about a merry band of spiders, who set out to rescue one of their own, captured by a ruthless arachnologist before she could tell her colony of a vast new land she has found, that would solve their overcrowding problem. Things immediately get complicated when a wimpy spider of the colony tags long with the “Arachnid Alliance”, desperate to prove his worth.

The Alliance use their amazing skills to battle predators, the elements and the arachnologist himself. But in the end, their own rescue, and survival of their colony, all depends on our wimpy spider.

What genres does your screenplay fall under?

Family and adventure

Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

Webbed is a feel-good story with commercial potential on a global scale. The story is a cinematic adventure that combines classic themes, including finding a new home, a bullying victim finding his strength, as well as addressing human issues such as ethnic diversity, overcrowding, and habitat loss. It educates in a fun, positive way and is wonderfully cinematic, with each colorful battle and escape perfect for the big screen.

A Hot100 selection in the Capital Fund Screenplay Competition 2017, it has been independently, professionally assessed as “wonderfully imaginative and will be entertaining to kids and their adults…And seriously, not enough can be said about how this script makes spiders charming.”

How would you describe this script in two words?

Charming Fun

What movie have you seen the most times in your life?

I think it would have to be “Wall-E”.

How long have you been working on this screenplay?

The idea germinated in my back garden about a year ago as I watched a spider spin an intricate, 3-D (yes, 3-D!) web.

How many stories have you written?

This is my fifth completed feature spec script. I am currently polishing (do we ever stop?) my Capital Screenplay Competition 2017 Family Genre Winner “One More Sleep”, whilst working on a new, single location comedy.

What motivated you to write this screenplay?

After watching the Garden Orb spider finish its 3-D web, out of curiosity, I researched what spiders could do. The more I read, the more I thought ‘there’s fantastic material here for a great story’, using their attributes of urtication, ballooning, web design and whirling.

What obstacles did you face to finish this screenplay?

Trying to do my full-time job when creative inspiration strikes – they never seem to be mutually exclusive!

Apart from writing, what else are you passionate about?

I love music, travelling and cross country walking. I find it very therapeutic and nourishment for creative inspiration.

What influenced you to enter the festival? What were your feelings on the initial feedback you received?

After weeks of getting professional assessments from the toughest market (US), and then revising, I wanted to target a genre specific festival. I always welcome feedback; and in this instance it was encouraging, insightful and honest. This only makes a story better.


Producer: Matthew Toffolo

Director: Kierston Drier
Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne
Editor: John Johnson

Camera Operator: Mary Cox

ANIMATION Feedback Film Festival – Monday September 18, 2017 (Toronto)

The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2017.. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street. The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm.

Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Kierston Drier and Amanda Lomonaco. Showcasing a festival twice a month in 2017!

Tickets for 2017 are PAY WHAT YOU LIKE. Tickets are first come first serve.

OR, if you like to obtain seats in advance and pick them up on the day of the event (come for FREE, or make a donation), please email us and we’ll reserve seats for you.

You can pick up the tickets on the day of the event at the cinema. Tickets are first come, first serve. This festival has sold out 50 out of its last 52 events!

You will be able to buy alcohol (beer, wine, liquor), popcorn, candy, and refreshments before the show.

Here is the full program of films. Festival starts at 7pm sharp!

PEPITA & MAX, 6min, Family/Animation 
Directed by Rahel Ilona Eisenring

Pepita and Max have all sorts of adventures. Monsieur Raf, Max’ toy giraffe, is always with them. When Max loses Monsieur Raf while hiking, the little boy can’t find sleep. Not even the Alpsegen, the lullaby of the mountains, which is meant to protect animals and people on the alp, helps. The peculiar tradition gives Pepita an idea: what works for Swiss alp-cows could also save a giraffe through the night.

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UKA, 3min, Spain, Animation/Family
Directed by Valle Comba Canales

Uka is a little girl who lives in a grey abandoned factory. While she’s painting of of her canvas, she finds a way of changing how she sees the world.

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KARMA, 4min., USA, Animation/Family
Directed by Peter Zhaoyu Zhou

A boy meets a fish in a mysterious forest.

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PERFECT TOWN, 4min., Switzerland, Animation/Fantastic
Directed by Anais Voirol

In search of perfection a whole city obeys to selection. A constant struggle. Trying and trying again. Where is the difference between endurance and madness?

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ONE PER PERSON, 10min., Canada, Animation/Comedy
Directed by Nasheet Zaman 

An awkward fast food worker gains a new perspective on life while competing for customers against an excessively happy-go-lucky rival.

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FRUIT, 7min., Germany, Animation/Experimental
Directed by Gerhard Funk

Rise into being, mature, perish – Fruit tells a creation story. As the animated short film unfolds, it brings forth a play of shapes illustrating the dialog between two mythological forces – the West and the East. In it the vibrating entities of black and white are constantly being split apart and reconciled by red, in a playful and dramatic choreography of forms and figures.

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OUR CRAPPY TOWN, 8min, USA, Animation/Comedy
Directed by Andy & Carolyn London

In 1986, Andy London had a small, forgettable role in the Glen Cove High School production of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town”. But what happened when the curtains closed….is the stuff of legend.

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The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm on Thursday September 18, 2017

Director BIOS: Nasheet Zaman & Jacquelyn “Jac” Piette (ONE PER PERSON)

Played at the September 2017 Film Festival

Director Biography

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Nasheet Zaman’s interest in visual storytelling was first sparked by filming comedy sketches with her family and directing plays for the Bangladeshi-American community talent shows in her hometown of Columbus, Ohio. Her passion for art, storytelling, and innovation led her to study computer science and creative writing at Cornell University. She graduated with a Masters in Computer Graphics, then began her career as a CG Artist in Los Angeles and Toronto, contracted by Sony Imageworks, Rhythm and Hues, Arc Productions, and Disney Animation over the next 10 years. Her credits include Beowulf, G-Force, The Smurfs, Life of Pi, Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen, Big Hero 6, and Moana. In 2017, she returned to her hometown to take on a dual role as VFX Supervisor at the Ohio Film Group and Assistant Professor at Columbus College of Art and Design.

Jacquelyn “Jac” Piette is an adventurous filmmaker who has contracted all over the United States, as well as the United Kingdom and Canada. She worked for approximately 8 years in the technology and creative space as both a technical director and an artist in the realm of lighting, look development, pipeline innovation, and compositing in the industries of Feature Animation, Feature Live Action Visual Effects (VFX), Commercial Visual Effects (VFX), Themed Entertainment Animation, and Video Games. A list of companies she worked for includes, but is not limited to: Walt Disney Feature Animation Studios, DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Blue Sky Studios, Digital Domain, and Moving Picture Company. She completed her Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degree at the Boston College Carroll School of Management in May of 2017.