Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Official Selections

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Official Selections: Film

“127 Seconds” – Directed by Chris Buongiorno

“Abduct Me!” – Directed by Lucien Knotter

“Air Sick Love” – Directed by Roderick Fenske

“Appy Ever After” – Directed by Rupert Le Poer Trench

“April” – Directed by Mike Piccirillo

“Behave” – Directed by Don Worley

“Bip, Bip” – Directed by Phillipe Gregoire

“Brown Duck” – Directed by Ryan Becken

“Chrysalis” – Directed by Zachary Mattson

“Connected” – Directed by Chris Connatty

“Deadbeat TV Vol. 2” (Selects) – Directed by Steven Katz

“Earthbound” – Directed by Jose Asuncion

“Face 2 Face” – Directed by Blake Van De Graaf

“Fantasy Night” – Directed by John Bessolo

“Flatmates 3.0” – Directed by Francesco Marisei

“Friday Night Tights” – Directed by Joonki Park

“GoldenBox” – Directed by Matt MacDonald

“Graffiti Box” – Directed by Andreas Goldfuss

“Hair Rules” – Directed by Ryan Becken

“Half Hearted” – Directed by Max McGill

“Hard Rubbish” – Directed by Steve Mitchell

“How to Be a Good Listener” – Directed by Michael Ofenheim

“Inside Out” – Directed by Taylor Rummell

“Just Like Us” – Directed by Ahmed Ahmed

“Left and Loose in THE LOT” (Sacramento, California)

“Lost in Transition” – Directed by William Leonardo Melina

“Oh My God” – Directed by Federico Calabuig

“Remember Me?!” – Directed by Scott Sullivan

“Roger, the Chicken” – Directed by Matthew-Lee Erlbach

“Seriously?” – Directed by Allison Czach

“Squeeze” – Directed by Will Goodfellow

“Swooped” – Directed by ShaunPaul Costello

“The Elastic” – Directed by Eleanor Hutchins, Caleb Scott

“The Goose” – Directed by Craig Knowles

“The Oblique Sector” – Directed by Jason M. Reulet

“The Truth About Average Guys” – Directed by Ken Gayton

“The Wedding Party” (Australia)

“Tomboys” – Directed by Gretchen Almoughraby

“Vampire Vampire Vampire Vampire” – Directed by Brenton Stumpf

“Wanting Alex” – Directed by Chris Akers

“What’s Life Got To Do with It?” – Directed by Noah Weisberg

“Whatever it Takes” – Directed by Trish Needom

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Award Nominations

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Award Nominations

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Picture: Feature Film

“The Truth About Average Guys”
“Hair Rules”
“Just Like Us”
“Swooped”
“Dead Beat TV Vol.2”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Picture: Short Film

“Half Hearted”
“Inside Out”
“Chrysalis”
“Appy Ever After”
“The Goose”
“What’s Life Got to Do with It?”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Texas Film

“Deadbeat TV. Vol. 2”
“Seriously?”
“Lost in Transition”
“Behave”
“How to Be a Good Listener”
“Whatever it Takes”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Director

“April” Directed by Mike Piccirillo
“Swooped” Directed by Shaun Paul Costello & Joe Gariffo
“Hair Rules” Directed by Ryan Becken
“Air Sick Love” – Directed by Roderick Fenske
“The Truth About Average Guys” – Directed by Ken Gayton
“Vampire, Vampire, Vampire, Vampire” directed by Brenton Stumpf

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Actor

Richard Ruiz in “Whats Life Got to Do With It”
Septimus Caton in “Appy Ever After”
Matthew-Lee Erlbach in “Roger the Chicken”
Zachary Mattson in “Chrysalis”
Jason Schaver in “The Truth About Average Guys”
Greg Bell in “Swooped”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Actress

Mallory Portnoy in “Roger, the Chicken”
Eleanor Hutchins in “The Elastic”
Anna Skellern in “Half Hearted”
Alyson Weaver in “Vampire, Vampire, Vampire”
Katharine Brandt in “Wanting Alex”
Marina Dimitra Yele in “Delivery Boy”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Ensemble Cast

“Seriously?”
“April”
“The Truth About Average Guys”
“Dead Beat Club TV Vol. 2”
“Swooped”
“Hair Rules”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Editing

“Goldenbox”
“The Goose”
“Appy Ever After”
“Inside Out”
“April”
“Abduct Me!”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Screenplay

“Roger the Chicken”
“Swooped”
“The Truth About Average Guys”
“The Elastic”
“Vampire, Vampire, Vampire, Vampire”
“Wanting Alex”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Original Music

“Chrysalis”
“Hair Rules”
“Vampire, Vampire, Vampire, Vampire”
“Swooped”

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Best Cinematography

“Squeeze” – DP James Brown
“Goldenbox” – DP Sean Conaty
“April” – DP Roman Zenz
“Inside Out” – DP Alan Dean
“Appy Ever After” – DP Steve Arnold
“Half Hearted” – DP John Waters

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2011 Single Funniest Moment

“The Elastic”
“The Goose”
“Abduct Me!”
“Fantasy Night”
“Hard Rubbish”
“Appy Ever After”

About the author

Mikel Fair

My name is Mikel Fair. I am the Director of Film Festival Circuit Inc. First of all, we are a company that manages film festival events in Texas and Oregon. Furthermore, we like to have fun and celebrate independent film. I worked for 15 years in the television and film production as a location sound mixer and production manager. I have also worked in post production as an editor, post sound mixer and composer. Above all, watching independent films and reading creative screenplays is my passion.


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