Monthly Archives: October 2016
Monthly Archives: October 2016
The 2nd Portland Comedy Film Festival (PCFF) has officially been scheduled for Saturday, May 20th 2017 in Portland, Oregon. Unlike other festivals that are sometimes screened in obscure classrooms, where the films are mixed with a variety of genres, the PCFF 2017 will take place in Avalon Theater in downtown Portland, Oregon. All films will be screened in HD Format on Blu-Ray DVD and played for an audience in a rapid fire, back-to-back format of pure comedy that is a unique experience for our audience. The first Portland Comedy Film Festival was a sellout. The Portland Comedy Film Festival has been rated in the FilmFreeway top 100 Film Festivals in the world based on filmmaker feedback.
|Director Aubrey Smyth|
“It’s the most important day in
David’s life. He has a $10.000.000 deal with a Japanese Holding and
it’s all or nothing today. Everything seems to turn out perfectly
Ignacio Redondo has produced and
directed several projects on the internet, like The Unexpected Late
Show and is currently building his career as a filmmaker.
|Director Eliaz Rodriguez|
|Director Paul Hendy|
“A parody on the decadence of luxury car commercials, starring a used 2007 Ford Focus hatchback. Can a car move you? This profoundly misleading luxury car commercial parody for a used Ford Focus hatchback, will leave you stuck between dismissive cackles and dying to own one. Shot with a RED camera in the beautiful Bay Area with over-the-top innuendo, hypnotized onlookers, and dramatically lit subpar features, you’ll never feel the same way about life again.”
|Director Teddy Hose|
Summer America Barnham loves whiskey, pie, singing, cats, independent bookstores, and reading. She loves these things so much, she formed a book club around them. Season One sees Summer and the members of the book club reading “Anna Karenina” over the course of 10 episodes. The series is written and produced in Portland, Oregon.
|Director Sepia Scott|
In 1978, Scott wrote to Lloyd Alexander seeking permission to turn the novel “The Book of Three” into an elementary school play. The author never responded, which Scott thinks best as he never cleared the idea of the production with school administrators.
Scott has since been obsessed with creating work that explores some of life’s most vexing questions. What if Axl Rose were a leprechaun? What if Roman Senators were just hack, open mic comedians? What if wrestlers argued about improv comedy and Meisner instead of dominating their opponents in the ring? What if High Fructose Corn Syrup was a member of The Village People? These are just a few of the soul-searching, life-affirming, spirit-enlightening questions that Scott has dared to explore in his brave work on the stage.
Scott and his work have appeared at the Austin Sketch Festival, Dublin Web Festival, HollyWeb Fest, Risk/Reward Festival, Fertile Ground Festival, CHAD Chats, The Famous Mysterious Actor Show, and the LanceLife Comprehensive Total Life System.
The music video “One Champion” by “The Winners” is an original song written for the comedy feature film, “12 Pound Balls.” The band’s retro 80’s hair band performance is intercut with scenes from the unreleased feature film, which will be released in 2017.