Comedy

Comedy

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  • Las Gitanas

    On the streets of Los Angeles, a group of young hustlers spend a night partying and stealing. It's a visceral collection of scenes with a pulsating natural energy and soft-focus gaze on lost innocence. The film centers around Gabriel, a handsome young man, and a gender-fluid set of friends maneuv...

  • Protest Photography

    Missed your opportunity to stand up for justice? No worries! Randall Otis has got you covered with Protest Photography. | Director: John Connor Hammond. Writer and star: Randall Otis.

  • Addicted to Blackface

    The country's most problematic group therapy session. | Director: John Connor Hammond. Writer: Randall Otis.

  • ASMR for White Liberals

    A man played by writer/comedian Randall Otis whispers into a microphone the sort of soothing thoughts white people love to hear: that black people don’t hate them, and don’t consider them racist.

  • Bennifer

    Jed's family isn't how he remembered it in this absurd comedy about a strange homecoming. | Directed by Ryan McGlade. Starring Keith Poulson.

  • On Showbiz

    A young waste incinerator employee meets with his show business mentor. | Directed and edited by Ryan McGlade. Starring Jeremy Levick and Murray Hill.

  • Emergency Action Plan

    Instructional videos on how to survive an active shooter attack send a paranoid man into a self-fulfilling spiral. Dylan Redford directs “Emergency Action Plan,” a layered satire and personal essay film which explores emergency readiness drills ranging from Redford’s childhood to the present day....

  • Coda

    During a bachelorette weekend at a cabin in the woods, Wendy is forced to confront the one-sided relationship with her best friend Kristin. Zoe Jarman writes, directs and stars in “Coda,” an exceedingly cringe-worthy comedy about feeling unimportant to those you thought were close friends. Though...

  • A Few Activities

    A father writes an online review for a pair of herb scissors. An actress gets bad news while filming a credit score commercial. A football team psychs themselves up for a game with a prayer. Directed by Abigail Horton, “A Few Activities” highlights a series of small, absurd moments in the lives o...

  • Gas Money

    While making a documentary about the female orgasm, a filmmaker tries to get her conservative parents to see her side of her own sexual explorations. Allison Bunce directs “Gas Money,” a provocatively funny dissection of repressive sexual standards and the resulting shame and emotional wreckage. ...

  • Craigslist Roommate

    A new roommate moves into Xena's apartment, changing the dynamic with their current partner. Arielle Bordow directs and co-stars in “Craigslist Roommate,” a free-spirited 16mm snapshot of fluid relationships and shared living. When the wandering Addie moves to Madison, Wisconsin, she responds to ...

  • Big Things

    An aspiring musician tries to handle his relationships with co-workers and family obligations while preparing for an upcoming show. A deadpan drama-comedy by Eric Peterson, “Big Things” authentically portrays the world of an upstart musician in a small city. Working at a sports apparel company as...

  • Toe Hoes

    A young chonga in Miami stands up to the baddest girl gang at her high school, setting off a dangerous chain of events - all told with characters portrayed as talking feet, given personality with toenails, jewelry, tiny bandanas, etc. “Toe Hoes,” directed by Kat Toledo, is inventive and strange, ...

  • Sad Kids

    The only remaining episode of Sad Kidz TV, a Canadian after-school cartoon block with the fun-loving host Shane, exploring the deep melancholy it takes to be a kid. Directed by Alexander Laird and Alexander Swift, “Sad Kids,” mocks up a zany kids show, and it would be a near perfect replica if no...

  • Egg

    A close friendship goes through a harrowing trial when one of them lays an egg. Stephanie Ibarra directs “Egg,” an absurdist comedy, remarkably lighthearted, that cleverly renders its outlandish concept on a small scale and naturalistic setting. While discussing dreams with her roommate, James, A...

  • Look, Mira

    In order to finally be seen, a forlorn teenager takes the biggest action of her life: auditioning to be church cantor at her Christian high school. Kate McCarthy directs “Look, Mira,” a coming-of-age comedy delivered with colorful verve, a sweet-natured take on not fitting in. Overly sensitive fr...

  • Jenny and Jihae

    A young daughter and mother spend an evening together in the wake of an emotionally painful moment. Katie Kim directs “Jenny and Jihae,” a tender vignette that’s both heavy and sweet, a film that hovers around the senses — smell, touch, taste — to build intimacy and refuge. Jenny tries to ignore ...

  • Prairie Girls

    Awakening in a field far from home, two sisters embark on a magical and bizarre adventure through the pastoral Midwest. “Prairie Girls,” directed by Benett Holgerson, is a lighthearted romp through past and present detailed with antiquated costumes and props, and colorful animation sequences. Aft...

  • Card Shark

    In a moment of tense negotiation, Joyce and Mims haggle over a vintage Hank Aaron baseball card inside a sweltering pizzeria. “Card Shark,” directed by Alex Fabry, is an oddball comedy vignette about a should-be simple exchange turning into a strange encounter. Mims arranges a meet-up at his usua...

  • Rumspringa

    Two Amish teens embark on a rite of passage as they discuss sex, self-discovery, and the taste of cigarettes.”Rumspringa,” directed by Kristina Arjona, takes place entirely in the back of a box truck and finds Amity and Fanny experimenting with new language and behaviors that contrast their Amish...

  • Trying The New TACO BELL CRISPY CHICKEN WINGS (Food Review)

    A YouTube food critic goes to great lengths to try the new Taco Bell™ Crispy Chicken Wings©. Bobby McCoy directs the internet culture satire, “Trying The New TACO BELL CRISPY CHICKEN WINGS (Food Review),” which reflects the abundances and absurdities of a hyper-corporatized modern age, in a fashi...

  • Denver Tourism Tapes

    Local teens of Denver, Colorado lead viewers through a guide to all things Denver, Colorado. Written by and starring the comedy troupe, Phantasmagoria LLC, “Denver Tourism Tapes” is a hilariously far-out grab bag of tropes, parodies, existential comedy, lo-fi psychedelia, kids playtime, and light...