Portland Comedy Film Festival Summer 2022

By Mikel Fair

This page is dedicated to the films and videos on the Film Festival Circuit that have been selected for the Portland Comedy Film Festival Summrt 2022 competition.

Event Date:

  • Sunday September 18, 2022
  • 2:00 PM to 9:00 PM


  • Clinton Street Theater
  • 2522 SE Clinton St, Portland, OR 97202


A live screening of the latest independent international comedy films on the Film Festival Circuit.


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Summer 2022 Official Film Selections

  • 6 Feet aFart, Directed by Sarah Howard (California)
  • A Day On Dick Lake, Directed by Steven George, Michelle Lippman (Minnesota)
  • A Skosh Askew, Directed by Coley Campany (Georgia)
  • Aghast!, Directed by Andreas Quiroga (Pennsylvania)
  • Avant-Garde, Directed by Maxime Azzopardi, Adrien Guedra-Degeorges (France)
  • Bad Luck Charm, Directed by Heather S. Alabado (Washington)
  • Boner Blues, Directed by Fanny DUSSART (France)
  • Boring Ghost, Directed by Michael Buchino (Oregon)
  • Buildings, Directed by Sean Newman, Jesse VandenBergh (New Jersey)
  • Bye Bye Les Studios, Directed by Jacques VANEL, Robin Pogorzelski (France)
  • Call Now, Directed by Cody Hawley (Pennsylvania)
  • Caricature Development, Directed by Matthew van Ginkel (Canada)
  • City Creatures, Directed by Michael A Johnston (Pennsylvania)
  • Clarence Cuts Loose, Directed by Jimmy Cork, Tyler Silbey (Connecticut)
  • Clown, Directed by Joe Bor (United Kingdom)
  • Cupcake, Directed by Kyle Perritt (South Carolina)
  • Deferment, Directed by Lilly Lion (Oregon)
  • Family Business, Directed by Michael Deo (Canada)
  • FUBU, Directed by Daniel Kay, Jonathan Dubsky (Canada)
  • Gary, Directed by Doug Cox (California)
  • Gospel of Sam (Episode 1), Directed by Alex Geffrey (Washington)
  • Guess What's Coming to Dinner, Directed by Evan Pitt-Payne (Canada)
  • I Mustache You, Directed by Shara Ashley Zeiger (New York)
  • I Would Do Anything For Love, Directed by Lindsay Clift (California)
  • Lazy Bones, Directed by Isabel Andrich, Tyler Parrish, Sarah Thurman,
    Caitlin McFadden (California)
  • Lemonlegs, Directed by Sean Sevestre, Kyle Skelly (United Kingdom)
  • LMFT, Directed by AJ Young (California)
  • Lucky Undies, Directed by Sam Silverstein (California)
  • Lump, Directed by Honora Talbott (California)
  • McCarthy 21, Directed by Caleb Morgan (United States)
  • Missed Interpretation, Directed by William O'Boyle (Ohio)
  • Not My Flavor, Directed by Amber Ford (California)
  • Sally, Directed by Phillip Russell (New York)
  • Steve & Steve, Directed by Merve Caydere Dobai (Oregon)
  • Swipe Monster, Directed by Oren Brimer (New York)
  • Swiss Ball, Directed by Andrew Racho (United States)
  • Telephone Hit Squad, Directed by Jacob Quanbeck (Oregon)
  • The Good Guys, Directed by Lisa Brenner (California)
  • The Kiss Script, Directed by Sam Friedman (New York)
  • The Love Switch, Directed by Terri Gilboy (California)
  • The Night Clubbers, Directed by Matthew James Thomas (Delaware)
  • The Pardoner's Sale, Directed by George N Koulouris (Georgia)
  • The Puppet from Planet H, Directed by Courtney James (Canada)
  • The Round Table, Directed by Ash Blodgett (California)
  • The Tall Bike Joust, Directed by Sam Frazier, Jr. (Alabama)
  • This Coulda Been An Email, Directed by Maya Table (Texas)
  • Tomorrow, Directed by Spencer Halverson (California)
  • Unbridaled, Directed by Chelsea Bryn Lockie (New York &
    Massachusetts )
  • Wedding Day, Directed by Hamed Niki (Canada)
  • Welcome, Megan, Directed by Lily Richards (California)
  • Whip Lord, Directed by David Kepner (California)
  • Would You Rather?, Directed by Carys Thomas, Thorbjørn Kragh
    Liljegren (United Kingdom)
  • Yeah, butt, Directed by Sam Deane (New Zealand)


Summer 2022 Official Screenplay Selections

  • 10 Years Ago Today, Written by Shane Spiegel, Justin Reager (California)
  • 2nd Date, Written by Jaik Andino (Illinois)
  • 2nd Rate Fairy, Written by Tony Ferrendelli, Roger Rittenhouse (Colorado)
  • A Florida Man, Written by Kid Strange (Estonia)
  • Alamo Reed, Written by Isaac Ballesteros Barba (Mexico)
  • Better Half, Written by Mona Shahab (California)
  • Brotherly Grudge!, Written by Ray Dan Klein (United Kingdom)
  • Elektra, Written by Roxy Mitchell (California)
  • Everything's Going to Pot, Written by Dirty Bomb the Film, Valerie
    McCaffrey (California)
  • From Scratch!, Written by Alex Sobol (Illinois)
  • Ghost Town, NM, Written by Lynn H. Elliott (California)
  • Good Karma, Written by Edward Mumford (United States)
  • Guava & Cheese Pastries, Written by Neil DavenPort (Florida)
  • Irish Exposure, Written by William Schimel (Illinois)
  • It Had to Be Lou, Written by Adam Sandel, Christopher Goodwin (California)
  • Past Due, Written by Janna Jones (Arizona)
  • Please Forgive Me, Written by TJ Coughlin (California)
  • Preacher Boy, Written by Jacob Michael Nyenhuis, Ender Waters (Taiwan)
  • Stalin's Brains, Written by Roi J Tamkin (Georgia)
  • Ted Lasso: Richmond 'Til We Die, Written by Tony Ferrendelli, Kimberly
    Turner (Colorado)
  • The Murder (or Possible Political Assassination) of Santa Claus, Written by Kory Orban (Canada)
  • The Rockfather, Written by Michael Colby (Washington)
  • Then This Happened, Written by Lawrence Kevin Moore (California)
  • Trap of Romance, Written by Hunter Cline (California)
  • What We Do in the Shadows: The Virgin Killer, Written by Chloé Cunha (New York)


Mikel Fair

Mikel Fair

From 1999-2015 I worked on location in the television and film industry as a location sound mixer, production manager and field producer. I have also worked in post production as an editor, post sound mixer and composer. Today, I am the Director of Film Festival Circuit LLC, a US based company that manages international film festival events in Texas and Oregon. Our team is passionate about showcasing new independent films, videos, series episodes, screenplays and teleplays of all genres.

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