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Short Laughs Comedy

Chortle your way through a hilarious off-kilter selection of funny shorts from across the world.

Screening: Sat 10 Jan, 4.30pm | Duration: 110 min | Classification: under 15 yrs to be w/adult

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  • Timber

    On a cold winter night, a group of logs is on the verge of freezing to death. When they realize that they themselves, being firewood, are the only solution to making a warm fire their situation gets a little hot.

  • Pony Place

    Grandmother Koba has to take care of her grandchild Emma’s digital horse farm.

  • Gutpunch

    On his 15th birthday, whilst feeling warm and loved in the bosom of his perfect family, Adam’s nana drops a clanger – she’s always wondered who his real dad is. Stuffing well and truly knocked out of him, Adam wonders why he’s never noticed the vast differences between him and nice-guy-dad Mike before.

  • Whisker

    A homeless, hungry drifter and his dog discover judging night at a local beardgrowing
    contest. The beardless drifter is prepared to go to any lengths to win the
    meat pack prize.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • Crumble

    Maebh & her brother have found themselves in the fanciest of restaurants. Being served by the fanciest of waiters. But he’s got a mouth on him that needs educating. He asks questions that are frankly none of his business.

  • Two Dosas

    Geeky Pavan takes his ‘English Rose’ on a date to the most authentic Indian restaurant in the city. To his horror she goes off-menu, in Hindi..

  • I’m You Dickhead

    A man travels back in time to force his 10 year old self to learn guitar, so that he can get more action with the ladies in the present day.

    NSW PREMIERE

  • The Christmas Log (La Buche De Noel)

    Christmas Eve approaches and Indian & Cowboy are eagerly awaiting their gifts. Excited by the preparations for the feast they argue and accidentally destroy the log that Horse had just put the finishing touches on. Will Cowboy & Indian be able to regain Horse’s favor?