What is the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival?

The Austin Comedy Short Film Festival is a unique forum for comedy filmmakers from all over the world to showcase their creative works in Austin, Texas. We screen international independent short comedy films in a "back to back" format on HD Blu-Ray DVD at the Alamo Drafthouse - Lakeline.

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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival: Fall 2017 Official Selections

The wait is over ... The judges of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival have named the official selections for the Fall 2017 screenings on November 14th and 15th, 2017. The competition was fierce and the decisions were difficult, but in the end, we will present one of the funniest line-ups of comedy short films in our history. Short Comedy Screenplay Official Selection [...]

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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival: Fall 2017 submissions are closed

Thank you to all of you that have submitted your films and screenplays to the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival: Fall 2017 via Withoutabox, FilmFreeway and Festhome. Our 21 judges have completed their ratings and reviews. We will be posting the official selections very soon and will also have more information about the event which will take place on November 14-15, 2017 at [...]

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“Maybe Shower” written by Lex Lybrand

Screenwriter Lex Lybrand Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | IMDb "Maybe Shower" is an official selection and winner of the Best Feature Length Comedy Screenplay award at the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Spring 2017. Synopsis: Three 20-something women find out they might be pregnant on the same night. As their collective anxiety grows, they band togeth [...]

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“The Anthesis of Man” Dark Comedy Film: Austin Short Film Festival Spring 2017 Official Selection

IMDb | Website | Facebook No guy likes to feel inadequate, but what if you could really do something about it? "Anthesis of Man," written by Lauren Ford and directed by Dan Macarthur gets your wondering in this Australian Comedy short that will play at the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Spring 2017 on Monday April 10th, 2017. A special effects designer is finishin [...]

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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival: Fall 2017 Official Selections

The wait is over ... The judges of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival have named the official selections for the Fall 2017 screenings on November 14th and 15th, 2017. The competition was fierce and the decisions were difficult, but in the end, we will present one of the funniest line-ups of comedy short films in our history. Short Comedy Screenplay Official Selection [...]

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“The Real Truth About the Real True Story: Donnie Miller” Directed by Mike Piccirillo

An amazing and fun Mockumentary Short Film, "The Real Truth About the Real True Story: Donnie Miller" aired at the Austin Comedy Film Festival in 2015. The film was well edited with great comedic timing and was a popular favorite in Austin.  Donnie Miller, the greatest professional charades athlete of all time, is the topic of investigation on news program "The Rea [...]

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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival 2015: Screenings were a huge success!

The Austin Comedy Short Film Festival launched in 2015 with two different screenings. Both were a huge success and were sellouts at the Alamo Drafthouse - Lakeline.  Here are a list of the films that were screened. Thanks to all of the filmmakers that travelled to Austin for the event and a big thanks to the film enthusiasts that showed up for an evening of fun. In 2016, [...]

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“Nature RX” a short film goes viral on YouTube: 2.5 million views

"Nature RX" was a huge success at the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival 2015. A micro-short film was produced well and is very funny. Check it out. [...]

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