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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2019

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Tickets On Eventbrite

 

The Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2019 Was So Much Fun!

The Austin Comedy Short Film Festival event took place Sunday October 20, 2019 at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema[...]

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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Spring 2019

 

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Spring 2019 Award Winners

The Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Spring 2019 took place at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Lakeline on Sunday April 14, 2019. We screened over 7 hours of Comedy Short Films[...]

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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Spring 2018 Event Recap

 

A Sold Out, LOL, Success in Austin!

Sunday April 15th, 2018 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Lakeline. What an amazing night! Filmmakers, screenwriters and attendees of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Spring 2018[...]

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Austin Comedy Screenwriter Phillip E Hardy

A Comedy By Phillip E Hardy With A Transgender Twist

The feature length comedy screenplay, Selling Veronica Cupcake, written by Phillip E Hardy is an Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2018 Official Selection.  Congrats to to Phillip E[...]

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Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2018 Event Recap

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2018 Recap

The Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2018 screened almost 100 comedy films on Sunday September 16, 2018. There were two different 3+ hour sessions of comedy short films with almost 300[...]

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Gay Camp, starring Maria Pallas and Gabriel Oliva

Maria Pallas & Gabriel Oliva Star In "Gay Camp"

Gay Camp, directed by Mark Marchillo (California) is an official selection of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2018. This film screened date on Sunday September 16, 2018 at the Alamo[...]

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Blue Milk, Mockumentary Film Directed By Rory Farmer (United Kingdom)

Blue Milk Mockumentary Film By Rory Farmer

Blue Milk, is a Mockumentary Film directed by Rory Farmer (United Kingdom) is an official selection of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2018. This film also won the "Best Mockumentary Film[...]

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The United Guys Network, One Of Our Best Canadian Comedy Movies

One of the Best Canadian Movies at Austin Comedy Short Film Festival

"The United Guys Network" is an official selection of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Fall 2016. This Canadian film, directed by Tabitha Golat and written by Montgomery[...]

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SeaLand Cares! comedy film starring Sherry Berg and Brett Epstein

SeaLand Cares! Starring Sherry Berg and Brett Epstein

The micro comedy short film "Sealand Cares!" directed by Cara Brown, is a Fall 2017 official selection of the Austin Comedy Short Film Festival. This film had the crowd rolling at the event,[...]

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