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“Dumbboat” Directed by Laura Spini & Laurence Brook

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017 Official SelectionDumbboat Directed by Laura Spini & Laurence BrookThe dark comedy short film Directed by Laura Spini & Laurence Brook, Dumbboat, is an official selection of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017. London, UKDumbboat: The Story Behind the StoryWe caught up with the Dumbboat Film Crew, for […]

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“Remedy” written by Margina Sisson

Remedy screenwriter Margina Sisson

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017 Official SelectionCongrats! “Remedy” comedy screenplay written by Margina Sisson is an #austincomedyshortfilmfestival Fall 2017 Official Selection pic.twitter.com/kuGSiUt0Lg— Mikel Fair (@AustinComedySFF) November 6, 2017 Screenplay Title: “Remedy”Screenwriter: Margina SissonLinks: TwitterLength: 14 PagesCategory: Short Comedy ScreenplayTagline: “A young single mother, fearful of superstitious happenings, desperately seeks help from beyond.”Review: “A creative […]

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State of Emergency! Directed by Sébastien Petretti

Actor Yassine Fadel State of Emergency

Film Title: “State of Emergency!”Screening: Session 1 November 14th, 2017Runtime: 5 Minutes and 34 SecondsCategory: Micro Short FilmAwards: TBAFilmed on location in Paris, FranceDirector: Sébastien PetrettiActors: Starring Yassine Fadel and Ilias BouananeTagline: “This is the story of two young guys without any trouble who just want to talk about sex without being disturbed. State of […]

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George & Monty ‘The Documentary’ directed by John Schwert

George & Monty ‘The Documentary’ director John Schwert

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017 Official SelectionFilm Title: “George and Monty: The Documentary”Screening: Session 1 November 14th, 2017Official Website | Facebook | Funny or DieRuntime: 7 Minutes and 14 SecondsCategory: Short FilmAwards: TBADirector: John SchwertThis film was shot on location in Charlotte, North CarolinaActors: Starring Jason King and John SchwertTagline: “George & Monty are a […]

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“Charge It” Directed by Joel Lava

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017 Official Selection Film Title: “Charge It”Screening: Session 1 November 14th, 2017Runtime: 90 SecondsCategory: Micro Short FilmAwards: TBADirector: Joel LavaActors: Starring Katy Dolle and Sam HorowitzTagline: “What happens when the conversation about how to use a credit card at the grocery checkout is repurposed as a sex scene?”How exactly is […]

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“Film Festival Fodder” Screenplay by Jennifer Katz

Short Screenplay Selection Fall 2017

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017 Official Selection Film Title: “Film Festival Fodder”Length: 15 PagesCategory: Short ScreenplayLinks: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedInScreenwriter: Jennifer Katz (Bethesda, Maryland)Tagline: “Time is running out. Stress is building. Welcome to the chaos that is Opening Night of Film Fest.”A comedy about preparing for a film festival, that hits close to home.”Film Festival […]

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“Drawish” written by Gabriel Mara

Drawish Screenwriter Gabriel Mara 2 Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017 Official SelectionScreenplay Title: “Drawish”Screenwriter: Gabriel MaraLength: 11 PagesLinks: Twitter | Facebook | LinkedInCategory: Short Comedy ScreenplayTagline: “Charming loser Sonny loves two things: phone chess and a girl named Emma. Wait, only one thing.””Drawish” the story behind the storyWe had an opportunity to catch up with Gabriel Mara for an inside look […]

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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival: Fall 2017 Official Selections, Nominations and Awards

Fall 2017 Official Selections Keegan Moore - Kenny Hedervare - Deb Foster Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017 23

Festival RecapThe Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2017 Official Selections and award winners are now a part of history. Four hundred and fifty two (452) screenplay and film submissions were judged by twenty one (21) different judges. Over sixty (60) short comedy films were selected and screened over two evenings at the Alamo Drafthouse […]

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