What exactly do you do when you place an ad for a roommate and a zombie shows up? “What’s Life Got to Do With It” will have you laughing the entire time. A brilliant comedy from Director Noah Weisberg.
"Goldenbox" will screen on Wednesday, November 2, 2011. An amazing film, shot by a USC film student Matt MacDonald for his thesis. With two strong nominations, this is a film that you don’t want to miss.
"April" is a well produced and very funny Mockumentary directed by Mike Piccirillo that will screen on opening night, November 1, 2011 at the Houston Comedy Film Festival at the Alamo Drafthouse West Oaks.
Best Director (Mike Piccirrillo)
Best Ensemble Cast
Best Cinematography (Roman Zenz)
"Starting at a new high school can feel like the greatest challenge to a teenage girl. Popularity is social currency and not fitting in can feel like the end of the world. This revealing year-in-the-life Mockumentary follows April Poplewski’s high school experience through her eyes. Lumber in her shoes as she experiences all of the peer pressures, “in-‐crowd” influences and struggles to be accepted in a high school that initially fears and denies her."
"Deadbeat TV Volume 2" is a hilarious feature film released by Houston Director Steven Katz. The skits in this Sketch Comedy are hilarious and will be played throughout the HCFF 2011 program. This film has received the following nominations:
"Hair Rules" is a mini feature (45 minutes) that will screen at the Houston Comedy Film Festival on Thursday November 3rd, 2011 as a part of the 120 minute film session. Ryan Becken from Minnesota returns to the HCFF after his film "The Candidate" screened last year.
You will thoroughly enjoy this film which has received 4 nominations: