Atlanta

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Film Festival

AUG 13-15, 2020

We Should Hang Out More 
By Marquelle "Kelley" Young & Kelly Dawkins - 13 min. - USA
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Two college students on summer break start an amateur detective agency to solve the case of a stolen scooter and a missing fish.

​​​The False Mirror 
By Johnny Coffeen - 11 min. - USA

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The lives of a psychedelic psychiatrist and an impotent husband, who happen to look exactly alike, blur together following a dose of a time-bending drug called Medium.

​But Still, 
By Vicky Wang & Shelbie Anderson - 8 min. - USA

A 9-year-old girl seeks the mentorship of a grumpy newswoman who was just fired for punching a man on camera.

Comedy Shorts : A Laughing Matter
Saturday, August 17, 2019 at 8:00 PM

Peggy 
by Justin Miller - 12 min. - USA

Everything seems to work out perfectly for Peggy, but her social graces are put to the test when she is surrounded by admiring and covetous parents at a birthday party for her eight-year-old son. Chaos ensues.

PhotoBomb
By Catherine Dyer - 9 min. - USA

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Four strong women, two bumbling goons and one pair of red sunglasses make for a night to remember.

All Events are held at

Synchronicity Theatre
1545 Peachtree St. NE
#102
Atlanta, Georgia
30309

Space Trash 
By Alex Ptak - 11 min. - USA

Three rapscallions living on a corporate mars colony decide to rob their town's 3D printing factory for stamps. Will rapscallion antics ensue? Yes.

​​​Language of Espionage
by Giovanni Tortorici - 8 min.- USA

Jeff thinks he's a spy. He's not. When he gets broken up with by the girl of his dreams, he must accept the most important mission of his life: to win her heart back.

Madame Puhjama
 By Julia Camara - 8 min. - USA

A destitute “medium”with questionable abilities, makes her living reading tarot cards, participating in insurance fraud and “talking to the dead.” One afternoon she lures an unsuspecting client into her parlor and he becomes not only a victim of her scheming, but also a victim in an accidental shooting. Her customers always pay one way or another. Luckily for Madame Puhjama, her latest client has a past spiritual connection that leads her to an unexpected financial windfall.