Coney Island Film Festival - Comedy Shorts
Saturday, September 21, 2013 - 2pm
Sideshows By The Seashore, 1208 Surf Ave. Ground floor
Tickets are $7. Purchase at the door.
Advance ticket purchase strongly recommended. There are no extra service fees to purchase in advance. All tickets sales are non-refundable.
NOTE: No tickets will be mailed no matter what shipping method you choose, they are available at Will Call on the day of the screening.
Brendan Walsh, New York, NY, Short, 12:11, Brooklyn Premiere!
In this light comedy, Wendy gets dumped by her boyfriend. Plagued by despair, she discovers a special pill that cures her broken heart yet causes some 'unexpected' side effects.
Conor Byrne, NJ, Short, 4:22
Somewhere in New Jersey, a hair metal rocker attempts to form a supergroup in his mom's basement.
Olenka Denysenko, New York NY, Short, 10:14, Brooklyn Premiere!
The frustration of finding a great parking spot and the injustice of having to move is what six characters confront while following alternate side parking rules in Manhattan's East Village.
Rob Innes, Australia, Short, 11:29, New York City Premiere!
It takes courage to break up with your personal trainer. And even more courage to face another day.
I Hear You
Dennis Mason, Robert Kalison, West Orange, NJ, Short, 10:00
An office worker's ability to hear what people really mean when they speak reveals a co-worker's intention to shoot everyone in an afternoon meeting.
David Dibble, Long Beach, CA, Short, 10:00, Brooklyn Premiere!
A romantic comedy about a young man who uses a dating service that employs a cute dog named Adonis as a chick magnet to get guys dates.
Adonis Trailer from David Dibble on Vimeo.
Aaron Rudelson, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 13:17, Brooklyn Premiere!
A man reluctantly agrees to help a friend who claims he's experiencing a supernatural digestive condition. In the process, he makes a startling discovery which could change the world forever.
Foodie Trailer from Aaron Rudelson on Vimeo.
Zack Chapman, NY, Short, 18:57, World Premiere!
After witnessing what he believed to be a vampire attack, a slacker is convinced that his buddy's new girlfriend is the culprit. Time is of the essence in this satirical take on the classic vampire tale.
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