Sex Bomb, Directed By Michael Gene Conti


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Sex Bomb, Directed by Michael Gene Conti (California) is a comedy film that has been selected by the  Austin Micro Short Film Festival 2018Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2018 and Portland Comedy Film Festival Fall 2018. Synopsis "The blood starts pumping when a rough-neck SWAT team faces off against a ticking time bomb that only one of them has the "equipment" to defuse."


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Director's Biography: Michael Gene Conti

Michael Gene Conti is a serious filmmaker who happens to make very silly videos. He grew up in West Haven, Connecticut and like so many before him, moved to Los Angeles and became a shameless multi-hyphenate. Prior to "Sex Bomb" Michael created and co-wrote the Hulu series "Spooked" with Felicia Day for Geek & Sundry and Bad Hat Harry. His writing has been featured on MTV and Funny or Die. His acting credits include the Ghost House Pictures web-series "Devil’s Trade”, the NBC pilot "Culdesac", “Prom Queen" from The CW and a slew of his friends well-intentioned passion projects. Michael also co-founded the sketch comedy troupe Cardboard Helmets and produced multiple shorts and stage shows. He’s currently studying at Groundlings and performing stand up comedy at The Comedy Store and other clubs around LA regularly.



Director's Statement: Michael Gene Conti

"Sex Bomb" began as an excuse to grow a ridiculous seventies mustache, but soon took on a life of its own and blossomed into one of those intense action movies we all loved of as kids... a gritty look at a rough-neck SWAT team who must put it all on the line to save the city they're sworn to protect... Oh, who are we kidding? We just thought it’d be funny to see a bunch of macho cops argue over which one of them has to stick their junk into a ticking time bomb. "Sex Bomb" was intended to be a delicious cocktail of comedy, sweaty action, dashing good looks, and varying penis sizes. We hope you enjoy it.




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Mikel Fair My name is Mikel Fair. I am the Director of Film Festival Circuit Inc. First of all, we are a company that manages film festival events in Texas and Oregon. Furthermore, we like to have fun and celebrate independent film. I worked for 15 years in the television and film production as a location sound mixer and production manager. I have also worked in post production as an editor, post sound mixer and composer. Above all, watching independent films and reading creative screenplays is my passion.

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