Narrative Shorts: Comedy
These hilarious shorts will leave your sides aching.
Martin Starr ("Silicon Valley") is featured in a romantic comedy about a young woman and her anxiety.
This funny faux drug commercial was the winner of the 2019 edition of Cat Clips: A Competition in Cuteness!, a co-presentation of Animal House and Cinema St. Louis.
Michael McKean and Casey Wilson star in a comedy about a dad and daughter grappling with life after a major loss.
When a man steps into a bar for some peace and quiet, he is accosted by the patrons, who think they recognize him as a 1980s sitcom star.
Jonas turns to his sister Jules for advice on how to fire someone.
Mike finds out his ex-girlfriend may have had sex with Jake Gyllenhaal, and he sets out on a strange, pathetic odyssey to find the truth.
A woman contemplates her relationship and her reflection in the restroom of a stuffy restaurant.
A struggling actor goes from playing a dancing tampon to her first real break only to discover that things aren't what they seem.
A man reflects on formative conflicts from his past with optimism, humor, gratitude, and a musical twist.
A lost woman obsesses over a life coach who might be more screwed up than she is.
Unable to pluck up the courage to tell his girlfriend he’s gay, Spencer encounters a talking salmon, who offers to get his love life back on track.
Fran is thinking about dying, but a man in her office might want to date her.
With "Hey! Aren't Your Garrett Crest?" director Peter Bolte; "How to Fire Someone" director Mike Lars White and actor/writer Lanie Lim; "Lady Parts" co-director/actor Erin Rye and writer/producer Rob Frings; and "Wax Paul Now" co-director Val Bodurtha.