Narrative Shorts: Comedy @ St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
A collection of comedic shorts directed by St. Louis natives and filmmakers with strong local connections. Shorts in multi-film programs are listed alphabetically, not in the order screened. All programs are at Washington Universitys Brown Hall Auditorium.
Narrative Shorts: Comedy
Burn It Down
Valerie Royer, 11 min.
A young pyromaniac must decide whether to burn down his dream house or spare the old couple who lives inside.
Gary Lobstein, 1 min.
This funny faux drug commercial was the winner of the 2019 edition of Cat Clips: A Competition in Cuteness!, a co-presentation of Animal House and Cinema St. Louis.
Jackson Chintha, 13 min.
Two college kids embark on a journey to make things right using the wrong methods.
The Foghorn Trilogy
Mike Steinberg, 14 min.
Loosely based on the filmmakers parents, this whimsical film tells the story of a romantic couple at three crucial stages in their lives.
Going My Way
Stephen Province, 24 min.
When Jodys car breaks down, Jack seemingly comes to her rescue.
Hey! Arent You Garrett Crest?
Peter Bolte, 5 min.
When a man steps into a bar for some peace and quiet, he is accosted by some patrons who think they recognize him as a 1980s sitcom star.
Jerad Davis Throws a Dinner Party
Valerie Royer, 13 min.
An alien on Earth studying the habits of humans is forced to throw an unexpected dinner party.
Lori Ann Potts, 4 min.
A professor visits a coffee shop to grade papers but keeps getting distracted by other customers and her own imagination.
Save the Date
Jeffrey Samet, 6 min.
As Mark and Jill have their save-the-date photos taken, they begin to wonder if their wedding date can actually be saved.
Robert Cox, 5 min.
Two rival drink-shop owners feud over the business of a thirsty customer.
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