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About festivalforromance

Festival driven to showcase the best of romance films and screenplays from around the world. Submit your romance genre screenplay or short film and get it showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival

ROMANCE Short Film of the Day: Ratri, by Krishnendu Sain

PITCH: Title: Ratri Written by: Krishnendu Sain Type: Short Screenplay Genre: Romance, Drama Logline: Ratri-an untold story of a girl is a dilemma between love and life. It’s a complete romantic flick between two strangers. But the love between then … Continue reading

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ROMANCE TV PILOT of the Day: Will Date Won’y Date, by Stuart Wheeldon

PITCH: Title: Will Date Won’y Date Written by: Stuart Wheeldon Type: TV PILOT Genre: Comedy, Romance Logline: The ultimate ‘will they, won’t they’ romantic comedy series where lovelorn singles seek out their perfect mate with aid of their ‘will-date-won’t-date’ dating … Continue reading

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ROMANCE Feature Film of the Day: ANGEL DOWN, by Ursula Wessels

PITCH: Title: ANGEL DOWN Written by: Ursula Wessels Type: Feature Script Genre: Supernatural action thriller / romance Logline: Angel Kael goes to earth to rescue his “fallen” brother and save the kingdom of heaven but then discovers his true identity … Continue reading

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Reblog/Post: “How To Write Better Stories: Action”

Originally posted on Bound By Rosie:
Chapter 9, 10 & 11 of Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets teaches us a lot about great storytelling – and I was no J.K. Rowling fan when this started!   Chapter 9…

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Genre Police! Relying on Genre Terms in Werewolf Romance

Originally posted on writerleigh:
I’ve been bringing my werewolf romance novel to a weekly writing group. Young adjuncts, stay-at-home mom’s, science professors, and recent retirees make up just some of the members, writing everything from religious poetry to YA to…

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Writing the Love Scene after a Break-up

Originally posted on writerleigh:
He left town on a Saturday morning, three weeks ago. That afternoon I sat down to write the grand love scene: in which the fated werewolf mates claim each other forever and ever. I was sad…

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The Truth About Edits

Originally posted on Capri Montgomery:
I actually don’t like editing. I do it because it needs to be done but I really hate doing it. Why? The short (not so short) answer is that once I finish writing a book…

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