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Comedy Film Festival

We started the Killer Valley Comedy Film Festival in 2018 as a follow-up to the night of scary movies at the Killer Valley Horror Film Festival. Based in Ashland, OR, it is a celebration of the quirky and funny short films that we all enjoy.

Sun, Oct 13th, 2019

Our Second Annual comedy film festival will be held at:

Bellview Grange
1050 Tolman Creek Rd.,
Ashland, Oregon 97520

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Comedy Film Line-up 2019

We’re super excited to announce the official line-up for this year’s Killer Valley Comedy Festival, which will be held Sunday, October 13th. (The night following The Killer Valley Horror Film Festival, hopefully you’ll come to both!)

If you enjoy independent comedy films, this will be an awesome night! We will be featuring 27 Comedy short films from all over the world, not counting a smattering of 15-second shorts mixed in.

FB RSVP event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/451964128994451

LOCAL FILMS

Between the Mountains – Directed by Mig Windows

Dolly – Directed by Randy Granstrom (KVFF’s Founder)

The Snore – Directed by Richard Jensen of Celtic Ray Filmworks

UberMom – Directed by Kristan Kelly Williams

US FILMS

40 Minutes Over Maui – Directed by Michael Feld

Apeulogy – Directed by Mellinda Hensley

Behave, Kids – Directed by Tripp Crosby

Day After Payday – Directed by Andy Gonzalez-Bendiksen produced by 3 Or Less Productions

The Fish Out of Water – Directed by Josh Brine

Everything Mattress – Directed by Chase Joliet

Following – Directed by Eric Hinojosa

Game Night – Directed by Penelope Berkemeier

The Girl With Shit in Her Teeth – Directed by Chris Paul Russell

The Green Ribbon – Directed by Ella Fields

Horseshoe Theory – Directed by Jonathan Daniel Brown (Who Starred in Project X and Kid Cannabis)

It’s Time for Tea – Directed by Matthew Kaplan

Melvin and the microphone. – Directed by Chris Youngless

Occupied – Directed by Michael Austin

Pumpkin Bitch – Directed by Mick Thomas

The Smoking V – Directed by Toni Nagy of tonibologna.com

The Tattoo – Directed by Daryl Della produced by Dollars & Donuts Productions

WEEJI – Directed by Allisyn Ashley Arm (of A.P. Bio)

Word on the Street – Directed by Sean Parker

Witches Get Stitches – Directed by Matthew K Robinson produced by Normal Hill

INTERNATIONAL FILMS

Best Actress – Directed by Sandra Smork, Spain

Occupied (yes there’s two) – Directed by Forrester MacPherson, Canada

Once Bitten – Directed by Pete Tomkies, UK

SHHHH – Directed by Mordechay Jonathan, Isreal