Comedy Tag Archive

Daniel Sorochkin Demonstrates How Not to Propose in Awkward Comedy Short ‘Check Please’

Live Action

27th March, 2017

Daniel Sorochkin tells DN how he kept things visually interesting and awkwardly funny in his marriage proposal gone wrong comedy of errors short.

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Robert McKeon Shares the Lessons Learned From Adapting a Short Story to Film in ‘Wifey Redux’

Live Action

9th March, 2017

LA Director Robert McKeon tells DN how he brought acclaimed author Kevin Barry's comedic short story to cinematic life in its native home of Ireland.

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Experience the Agony of Trying and Failing at Sports in Alan Jennings ‘Going Through the Motions’

Animation

25th January, 2017

Gym class can be tough. Someone is bound to lose an eye. Alan Jennings brings back the painful memories of forced exercise in his hand-drawn animation.

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Spooky Club

Live Action

31st October, 2016

Joe & Lloyd Stas get into the spooky spirit with a seasonal short about eerie comrades plotting to steal the skull of horror legend Vincent Price.

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Make Like a Dog

Live Action

18th October, 2016

Actor/Director Marshall Allman launches his Marriage (In Short) comedy film series with a beautifully styled 60s tale of frustration, anger & infertility.

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Jim Hosking Gets Wilfully Weird for Slippery Debut Feature ‘The Greasy Strangler’

Live Action

7th October, 2016

Delightfully disgusting, Jim Hoskings' feature debut is definitely the strangest, most grotesque and downright greasiest comedy you'll ever see!

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Point and Shoot

Live Action

19th September, 2016

Thomas Leisten Schneider takes a playful shot at the madness of method acting in this short about two aspiring criminals with an important lesson to learn.

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In his short animation, William Garrett shows it’s not always easy finding the perfect mate. This film is sure to make you chuckle!

Jim Cummings‘ single continuous take short Thunder Road has been blowing up the festival scene and even received support from The Boss when Cummings wrote an open letter to Springsteen requesting music rights for the online release. Seconds into the film, it’s clear that praise is well placed – you’ve never seen grief expressed quite like this before.

Jeroen Houben Rediscovers the Joy of Luxury Hotel Stay in ‘Home Suite Home’

Live Action

6th July, 2016

For most of us a hotel stay is something we associate with the joy of escaping the daily grind for a period of carefree freedom where beds make themselves

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Brendan Beachman Finds Dirt, Greed and Destiny in the Desert in Dark Satirical Comedy ‘Intersection’

Live Action, Premiere

18th May, 2016

Director Brendan Beachman discusses creating surprise desert explosions and avoiding ant casualties on his darkly satirical new short ‘Intersection.’

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How the Idea of a British Road Movie Led to a Comedy Set in a Service Station in Kate...

Live Action

18th April, 2016

With 'Rest Stop', upcoming director Kate Herron once again showcases an assured hand when it comes to bringing comedy to the short format. Speaking to

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