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January 21, 2015

Houston Comedy Film Festival 2015 Official Selections

312 films from 32 countries were
submitted and the HCFF judges narrowed it down to 30 short films and
3 full length feature films screened February 16-19, 2015 at the
Alamo Drafthouse – Vintage Park in Houston, Texas. A little over 300
people attended the five sessions and there were plenty of laughs to
go around. The world premiere of “Jonny’s Sweet Revenge
and “Quad X: Rise of Beaver Slayer” got plenty of laughs
and support from the Houston Community. Session 5 ended the festival
with a great crowd that enjoyed the slate of short films. Many people
came up to me afterwards and said that it was one of the best short
film show cases that they had ever seen at a film festival, which is
a huge compliment.


HCFF 2015 Awards

HCFF 2015 Official Selections

January 18, 2015

“Jonny’s Sweet Revenge” Feature Film: Houston Comedy Film Festival 2015 Award Winner

Director Mark David
Director Mark David’s crazy comedy feature film “Jonny’s Sweet Revenge” is still on the festival circuit, entertaining international audiences worldwide. The HCFF Screening was a sell out and a huge success. “Jonny’s Sweet Revenge” won the Audience Choice Award, Best Picture and Best Director Awards. 

Watch the trailer: Jonny’s Sweet Revenge

January 16, 2015

“Hypothetical 2” Houston Comedy Film Festival 2015 Official Selection

Jackson Tozer got everyone laughing again at the Houston Comedy Film Festival 2015. These Australian actors have sick minds, but they are hilarious. Director Nic Barker has a special talent for comedy directing and if he keeps this series going, he will be very successful. Cast and Crew: Alex Wakefield, Alice Fitzgerald, Claude Jabbour, Kevin Macleod, Lachlan Millsom, Martin Gubbins, Nic Barker, 

January 1, 2015

“Hypothetical” Houston Comedy Film Festival 2014 Official Selection

This film was a huge hit at the Houston Comedy Film Festival. Australian’s have a special way with humor. Don’t watch this if you are easily offended. Jackson Tozer could be a future global comedy star if he keeps performing like this. Cast and Crew: Abbey-Rose Leed, Claude Jabbour, Fiona Norman, Imbi Ling, Jackson Tozer, Kevin Macleod, Martin Gubbins, Nic Barker, Robert Mitchell,