Trust Me, I’m a Lifeguard

By Tyler Hollinger | Comedy
Two lifeguards are forced to make adult decisions after being confronted with the end of summer.

The Garden of Steven

By Chris Keener and Rob Shore | Comedy
A young missionary walks into a bar. Then, the bartender changes his life with a single drink.

The Lion

By Sam H. Buchanan | Comedy
A corporate recording session implodes when a seasoned voice over artist is pushed to his breaking point.

Don’t Call It a Comeback

By Ramin Serry | Comedy
A Manhattan bachelor dies on a date, then tries to convince an angel to send him back so he can have a one night-stand.

Situational

By Scott Simonsen | Comedy
A depressed man is kidnapped by his Craigslist roommate to see a sunrise over the ocean. But then, tensions begin to mount.

The Car

By Joffrey Saintrapt | Comedy
A man and his car are about to have a very bad day.

Pregnant Pause

By Alice Seabright | Comedy
A young woman is in a happy, long-term relationship. But now, she might be pregnant she has no idea what she wants.

Capes

By Lucas Testro | Comedy
When a superhero finds himself short of a sidekick, he comes up with an unlikely solution to his staffing problems.

What Cheer?

By Michael Slavens | Comedy
After the sudden passing of his wife, a musician is forced to deal with grief... in the form of a 20-piece brass band.

I’m You, Dickhead

By Lucas Testro | Comedy
A man travels back in time to force his 10-year-old self to learn guitar, so he can get more action with the ladies.

Digits

By Alexander Engel | Comedy
A guy loses the last two digits of a girl's number. So he tries every combination to find her.

The Fly

By Olly Williams | Comedy
A getaway driver waits outside a bank robbery. Then, a fly shows up and ruins everything.

So You’ve Grown Attached

By Kate Tsang | Comedy
An imaginary friend is forced to consider retirement when his creator starts to grow up.

The Proposal

By Ian Robertson | Comedy
A couple finds truth, courage and love where they least expected it -- underneath their dinner table.

Drawcard

By Antonio Orena-Barlin | Comedy
A man draws a penis on a co-worker's farewell card, then realizes it's the boss's sympathy card.