Shoreline Short Short Film Festival Saturday

Monday, March 20, 2017


Shoreline Short Short Film Festival
Film Preview #1 – Comedy Shorts

Filmmakers from across Washington have submitted their “short short” films and you’re invited to see the best of the best during the inaugural Shoreline Short Short Film Festival on Saturday, March 25 at 7:00pm in the state-of-the-art Shoreline Community College Theater.

The evening will showcase a juried selection of 3-10 minute films made by emerging and developing filmmakers working in our community. The top filmmakers will be honored with impressive Golden Sasquatch statues and other prizes, and you can vote (live on screen) for your favorite filmmaker to win the Viewer’s Choice Award!

Tickets are $20, parking is free, and popcorn, candy, soda, wine, and beer will be available for purchase. Don’t miss your opportunity to support up-and-coming filmmakers during this fun, community event!


The Shoreline Short Short Film Festival aims to support emerging and developing filmmakers in the pacific northwest and encourage appreciation for the art of filmmaking in our community.

This event is presented with support from Shoreline Community College, the City of Shoreline, City of Lake Forest Park, 4Culture, and individual donations from people like you.

The college is located at 16101 Greenwood Ave N, 98133. No charge for evening parking. Campus maps here.

Comedy Submissions

Here’s a sneak peek at the comedy entries for the night. To see all the films, visit the Arts Council website.
Dr. Canard

Dr. Canard
Directed by John Jacobsen
Written by Bill Abelson

Staring Shawn Telford (Homeland, Grimm), Tracey Conway (Almost Live!, The [206]), Jessica Martin (Wrecked, Grimm)

Affable slacker Bryan Mallard wants to win back his ex-girlfriend Pam. When Bryan discovers Pam is desperately seeking therapy, he assumes a new identity as ace French shrink 'Dr. Canard'! But can Canard convince Pam to be his client? And since his counseling ability is void as a doughnut hole, are his chances with her dead as a duck?

Jimmy the Limo Driver
Directed and Written by Brendan Hickey
Staring Claude Brun, Brendan Hickey, Miles Whitworth, Alex Thiersch

Jimmy, a socially awkward teen, is challenged to a one on one duel after he accidentally runs over a martial arts trained bully’s cat.

Hickey is a 16-year-old filmmaker living in Seattle, Washington. This is his 3rd short film and he’s currently in production on his feature length debut. His films have won awards in Oregon, Washington, Vermont, Georgia, Missouri, Texas, and recently Alberta.

Georgiana
Directed and Written by Carina Simmons and Tara Simmons
Staring Tom Lees (voice)

An animated series following 6-year old Georgiana as she embarks on another mundane adventure, encountering the daily mishaps of life in the big city. Travis Vogt of CityArts says of Georgina:

“Georgiana is an animated short film about a day in the life of an affectless little girl who wakes up, runs some errands, sits in a park for a few hours and eventually goes back to bed. If that doesn’t sound particularly unusual to you, that’s because I left out the fish criminal, the boiling scalp, the brutal car accident, the hot dog cereal and the snot. 
"It’s a four-minute long, deeply bizarre and hilarious exercise in understated absurdity.”



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