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- COMEDY SHORT FILMS                                                             

Comedy short films are original motion pictures in which the main emphasis is humor that has a running time of 40 minutes or less, including all credits.

Scout is delighted to share the official selection for this category.

Cinematic Love Story by Patrick Büchting

(Germany)


A boy and a girl are on a date in a movie theatre and dream of being a couple, but then reality strikes back.


Age Category: 19-24

Homecoming King by Sam Carlson

(United States)
NOMINEE

A film about brotherhood.



Age Category: 19-24

Horse Girl by Jack Campise, Giovanna Zavala

(United States)
NOMINEE

After she is betrayed by the creature she worships, a ten-year-old struggles to forget her past persona and overcome her fears.


Age Category: 19-24

LOL by Sofia Anderson, Kevin García, Olivia Lin, Max Mereminsky, Callum McLean

(United States)


A mom tries to connect with her son by making videos on "WeTube". She ends up going viral and becomes an internet sensation.



Age Category: 18 and under

Molly Robber by Austin Hall, Zach Visvikis

(United States)
NOMINEE

Molly Robber  is a fast-paced crime comedy about the importance of family even when the best-laid plans blow up in your face.


Age Category: 19-24

Spoils of war by Rokhaya Marrieme Balde

(Switzerland)


A young filmmaker shoots a thriller in a retirement house with its residents.


Age Category: 19-24

The Butler and the Ball by Andrew Chan-Possemato, 8 years old

(United States)


A lonely boy enters a contest to become the new butler of a grieving, reclusive singer.



Age Category: 18 and under

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