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December 21, 2009

HCFF 2009 Official Selections

It all started in 2009, the first ever “Houston Comedy Film Festival” (HCFF). When you present a film festival for the first time, it’s difficult to tell how many people are going to show up. To our surprise, the event was great, it started on a Friday Night with a short film showcase that was a complete sellout at the Studio Movie Grill in Houston, Texas.

Short Films
“6 Minutes of Brian Watts”
directed by Brian Watts
“Attack of the Brown Paper Bags”
directed by Patrick Crowley
“Banana Bread” directed by
Barton Landsman
“Bent” directed by Max Ricci
“Blood from a Stone” directed
by Bill Palmer
“Crooks” directed by Garrett
Cillo
“Run Granny Run!” directed by
Nikolaus von Uthmann
“Siva the Insane: the Moral
Crusader” directed by Siva M Sivakumaran
“Subterfuge” directed by
Nicholas Urbano
“The Booby Trap” directed by
Simon Pennekamp
“Twelve Apples and a Wrench”
directed by Adrian Garcia
“Twirl” directed by Mira Lew
“What Would Jesús Do?”
directed by Victor Martin
“Who Don’t Like…? directed by
Steven Katz
Feature Films
“Laid Off” John Launchi
(Morristown, New Jersey)
“The Evolution of Andrew Andrews”
Directed by Will Klipstine (Los Angeles, CA)
“Tracy” Directed by Dan Scanlon (San Francisco, California)

Feature Film Screenplays
“A Fool’s Reunion” by Wes
Griffin (Corbett, Oregon)
“Arty’s Treasure” by Amy
Giaquinto (Parker, Colorado)
“Carbon Dating” written by Louis
Rosenberg (Pismo Beach California)
“Couples Counseling” by Cliff
Zamowski (Lisle, Illinois)
“Fixing Jane” by Miki Kim
(Chatsworlth, California)
“Hipster Backlash” written by Micah
Moses (Los Angeles California)
“Lunch and Learn” by Cliff
Zamowski (Lisle, Illinois)
“Main Course”written by Lawrence
Stern (Los Angeles California)
“Motivational Speaking” written by
Lauren Tunnel (Houston Texas)
“Quacks” by Jerry Milburn
(Avondale, Arizona)
“Tattooligans” by Jon Louis
(San Francisco, California)
“The Fake Thug” written by Barry
Ward (Elizabeth City North Carolina)

“Wedding Knight” by Stephen
Hoover (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)