2019 Shortform Comedy Selections
Asian American Rebecca Lo posts a racist joke online that goes viral. She must not only face the wrath of the ENTIRE internet, but she also must reexamine her own beliefs and privileges - as a person of color, she thought she couldn't be racist.
Just Call Me Ripley
Just Call Me Ripley is a coming out story where nobody cries! This comedic web series centers on Ripley whose group of diverse, queer, wacky friends will support her no matter what she decides about her sexuality - but that doesn’t always make things easier... (okay, maybe there’s a little crying).
Brothers from the Suburbs
Brothers From the Suburbs is a short-form digital comedy series that chronicles the highs and lows of three black teenagers coming of age in an affluent, suburban, white private school community.
Hexed is a Brooklyn-based comedy about Sammy and Pearl, two degenerate witches navigating the daily struggles of adulthood with the aid of their sub-par magical abilities and talking pet penis.
Lazy Circles is a single-camera comedy taking a look at the hilarity and excitement in a small Oklahoma town. Whether it’s the house-raiding librarian’s book burnings, the mayor’s citizen arrest machine that catches perverts, or deadly storms being tracked by a weatherman’s nose, there’s always something crazy happening in Goshè.
Comedic Timing is a comedy web series centered around an all women's improv class in a small town. The teacher, a jaded former comedian, will struggle to help her class sort out their personal lives, as her own careens out of control.
The Lovelys is a dark comedy that follows a family of quirky misfits who inhabit a remote area in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. The family, run by fierce and former drag queen, "Memaw Lovely," grapple with all the typical trials and tribulations of any close-knit family with one distinct difference - they're a pack of misguided killers!
Who You Are
The accidental invention of an asshole AI spells trouble for a tech startup in the late 80’s. While trying to construct a machine capable of providing the world’s most accurate personality quiz, three computer engineers in a small garage in Silicon Valley accidentally stumble upon a full-fledged artificial intelligence that can read souls.