The Best Comedic Shorts of 2014.


59 mins.

Dustin LeBoeuf, 5 minutes, 30 seconds.
This pathetically hilarious tongue-in-cheek comedy follows Dennis, a backyard-boxing dropout, as his meat store robbery becomes complicated by the beauty of the spunky cashier, Darlene.

Welcome Home
Daniel Tomlinson, 4 minutes, 51 seconds.
Ryan has been deployed to Iraq for the last nine months. Upon his return home, he is welcomed back with a surprise get together with friends and family. At the surprise party, things begin to unravel in a way he never would’ve imagined.

Grant & Allison
James Thomas, 12 minutes, 30 seconds.
Crushed and cuckolded by his high school sweetheart, Grant Thomson struggles to adjust to college life alone. When he’s paired with the thoughtful, analytical valedictorian candidate Allison for the class final, the unlikely partnership buds into a quirky romance.


Death Has a Son
Zack Ogle, 8 minutes, 36 seconds.
Death gets more than he bargained for when a woman trades sex for her life. Now he’s spending the day with the bastard son he never wanted. Things are looking grim.

The Council
Beau McCombs, 17 minutes.
While talking to the girl of his dreams, Theo gets an Idea for a joke. At this moment we go INSIDE Theo’s brain and follow this Bright Idea as he fights past Insecurities to get to The Council Chamber so he may be approved to be said out loud.

Best Buds 2D
Sean Tien, 11 minutes, 59 seconds.
Stakes get high when a meteor crashes into their marijuana stash and stoners Jay and Duke (oh, and Bob) gain superpowers toking mutated space bud.

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