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Hollywood Comedy Shorts Fest Is BACK! April 28th-30th

Hollywood Comedy Shorts Fest Is BACK! April 28th-30th

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Hollywood Comedy Shorts Film Festival Returns Festival Returns With In-Person 6TH Edition And Streaming Via Bitpix TV

The Hollywood Comedy Shorts Film Festival (HCSFF) is back. Following a 2 year hiatus, the organizers of the HCSFF announced today the festival’s return for its 6th edition, which will take place April 28-30th in person!

The festival will kick off with a special opening day BBQ and happy hour at TAP Studios followed by two days of screenings at the TCL Chinese 6 Theaters featuring over 90 short films in competition. The filmmaker opening red carpet will be held Friday, August 29th at the TCL Chinese Theater. The festival will conclude with an Awards Ceremony on Saturday, August 30th, where the winning shorts of the 6th Annual festival will be announced. 

The festival also features a comedy screenplay competition. Hollywood Comedy Shorts Film Festival will also stream online via Bitpix TV.

This year’s selection features the following categories: Alternative Comedy, Rom Com, Spoof, Student Comedy, Dark Comedy, Horror, Cringe, Web Series, and Student. 

All-access passes for both the physical and digital edition are available now at http://www.hollywoodcomedyshortsfilmfest.com 

The Hollywood Comedy Shorts Film Festival’s 2022 Official selections include:

  • “13 OH NO” directed by Michael Lipton 
  • “180 Seconds” directed by Perry Strong
  • “A Handful of Toenails” directed by Tristan Winter
  • “A Killer Secret” directed by Bettina Bresnan
  • “A Malibu Story” directed by Seth Woodhouse
  • “A Roll in the Hay” directed by Geoffrey Fighiera
  • “Alice in Somnia” directed by Emma Debany
  • “Back In The Day” directed by Lucy Musial
  • “Barrier” directed by Morten Forland
  • “Better Men” directed by Guillaume Doucet
  • “Biased” directed by Andrea Lwin
  • “Big Time” directed by Rob Margolies
  • “C. U. Next Tuesday” directed by Diana Levy
  • “Candle Cops” directed by Tony Collingwood
  • “Conspiriana” directed by Spencer Carpeli
  • “Contact High” directed by Woody Woodhall
  • “Cootie Contagion” directed by Joshua A Smooha
  • “CoVig 19” directed by James H Lee
  • “Crushed” directed by James Sowka
  • “Crybaby” directed by Gena Fridman
  • “Daughterhood” directed by Cecilia Albertini
  • “Daytrip Massacre” directed by Artie Brennan, Anthony Giordano
  • “Desert Like a Witch” directed by GG Hawkins, Arielle
  • “Donnie Mountain” directed by Thijs Bouman
  • “Early Shift: The Remnant” directed by Josh Lunetta
  • “Endangered” directed by Alex Wroten
  • “Enough Room” directed by Christianna Carmine
  • “F*CKING GHOSTS!” directed by Jason Cook
  • “Fargate” directed by Sally Cancello
  • “Friendzoned” directed by Chuck Copeland
  • “From The Makers Of…” directed by Daniel Fissmer
  • “Gabagoons” directed by Zack Hosseini
  • “Ghosted” directed by Tracie Laymon
  • “Good Head” directed by Matt Servito
  • “HEART LAND” directed by Lauren Ciaravalli
  • “Hella Late with Hollie Harper Ep3” directed by Okema Moore, Patrick Coker
  • “Holy Sh!t” directed by Jacob Meszaros
  • “Home By 11” directed by Adam Walker Federman, Tommy Hallal
  • “How to Hack Birth Control” directed by Sassy Mohen
  • “Humpty” directed by Britt Migs, Adam Centrella
  • “I Make Good Sounds at Parties” directed by Amanda Prager
  • “Jesus 2020” directed by Aude Thuries
  • “Let Me Assist You” directed by Noam Argov
  • “Lipslide” directed by Josh Carone
  • “Manasanamaha” directed by Deepak reddy
  • “Maybe Next Year” directed by CJ Colando
  • “Moorriiss the Robot” directed by Wade Chitwood
  • “My Friends The Plants” directed by Christine Celozzi
  • “Old, New & Blue” directed by Anne Linn
  • “Once Beautiful Woman” directed by Frankie Guerrero, Jr.
  • “PARTY” directed by Monica Loombav
  • “Pinned” directed by Joey Medina
  • “Plenty of Fish” directed by Joel Santner
  • “Pop 30” directed by Shira Billig
  • “Present Company” directed by Tara O’Sullivan, Conor O’Sullivan
  • “Ride Share” directed by Nate Hapke
  • “Roadside Fling” directed by Norman Bertolino
  • “Rock A Bye Baby” directed by Monique Sorgen
  • “Sad Orangutans Rob a Bank” directed by Grant Raun
  • “Samurai Sword” directed by Stanley Sievers
  • “Say hi” directed by Martin Sofiedal
  • “Seppo” directed by Tia Salisbury
  • “Sexist Commercials” directed by Laura Edwards
  • “Short Term Sentence” directed by Phil Moniz, Kevin Claydon
  • “Sidebar” directed by Eric Castaneda, Alex Parkinson
  • “Sitting Duck” directed by Aaron S Barrocas
  • “Snake Oil” directed by Remy Archer
  • “Something Borrowed” directed by Lydia Bottom
  • “Speaking.” directed by Nich Esposito
  • “Strange Hearts” directed by Fran Olmedo Longeri
  • “Sunset Place” directed by Giovanny Lago
  • “Swim to Steven” directed by Amy French
  • “Swiped” directed by Edward J Douglas
  • “Swiss Ball” directed by Andrew Racho
  • “Teddy Bear” directed by Sara Shelton
  • “Temecula” directed by CJ Colando
  • “The Chebo” directed by Ryan McDuffie
  • “The Communist’s Daughter (ep 1)” directed by Leah Cameron
  • “The Dump” directed by Neil Holland
  • “The Feeling Expert” directed by Jamie Anderson
  • “The Hit” directed by Jason A. White
  • “The Invite” directed by Jordan Rader
  • “The Last Croissant” directed by Jessica Redish
  • “The Night Clubbers” directed by Matthew James Thomas
  • “The Outlaw Emmett Deemus & Willy Jones” directed by Hiro Murai
  • “The Pool: The Bear” directed by Hayden Livesay , Adam Bowers
  • “The Shut-in” directed by Eric Lieu, Maxine Curva, Jira Udomsri
  • “The Woodsman” directed by Bryce Humphrey
  • “Tiffany Brittany Brooke” directed by Cevin Soling
  • “To The Moon” directed by Michael Gene Conti
  • “Under Pressure” directed by David Labrecque
  • “Waiting for The Punchline” directed by Lizze Gordon
  • “White Now Please” directed by Kyle Lau
  • “Wichita” directed by Sergine Dumais
  • IMPROVAGEDDON: “These Are Not The People (I Wanted To Die With)” directed by Jacqueline Emerson

The festival’s screenplay 2022 official selections can be viewed here.

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