Iron Mule Short Comedy Series: Monthly Short Film Festival
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The last date listed for Iron Mule Short Comedy Film Series was Sunday October 6, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
When aging Sidekick Max McCabe is unceremoniously fired by his Superhero boss, he is forced to confront the fact that the world has little use for an aging ex-professional buddy. Written by Rob Benedict, directed by Michael J. Weithorn. _*
Cedric and Hope*_
A medieval man tries to become a hardened knight to win back his girlfriend. Written and directed by Pierce Davison. _*
An ad for a very tasty law firm. Written and directed by David Ward. _*
A webseries about a man who falls in love. A lot. Written by Adam Szymkowicz, directed by Kevan Tucker. _*
Guy Fieri’s Restaurant Moves To Williamsburg*_
Trendy Brooklynites love to grab an ironic dining experience at Guy Fieri’s restaurant in Times Square, but what would they think if Guy made plans to open a branch in their neighborhood? Written and directed by Chris Rose. _*
Dirty Yamaka*_ Part of the “Wanna Be a Star?” contest, starring audience member Shlomo Gerwirtz! Written and directed by Jeff Seal.
Guest Judge: Liam McEneaney
Liam McEneaney started standup comedy when he was 19. By 20, he was touring with a college comedy game show. He has appeared on television, and exec-produced and starred in “Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film!”, which saw its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival. Watch it on Hulu.