Our film for the 2017 Phone It In Film Festival in Denver! This is VHS footage of the show in the 90s. Powered by Sexpot Comedy!
The first ever Denver Phone It In Film Festival took place on Nov 12th 2016. All films in the festival were: shot on a cell phone, under 3 minutes, and never before premiered. All participants had unlimited freedom in post production. Thanks to our sponsors Sexpot Comedy, Denver Deep Dish LoHi, Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurants, Rock Bottom – Denver Downtown, and Create Denver! 5$ suggested donation.
The Ten Best Comedy Shows in Denver: November 2017 BY BYRON GRAHAM OF DENVER WESTWORD November is upon us, and a bountiful joke harvest awaits. In addition to fine showings from our city’s theaters, which have imported the finest and funniest from across the country, Denver’s locally sourced talents are flourishing this month as well. The following […]
“Parties” by Piper Shepherd An original music video by Piper Shepherd Credits: Directed, edited, written, and performed by Piper Shepherd. Cast: Lolly Jane, Billy Zimmerman, Zack Shemwell, Colby Cervantes, Nik Foreman, Natali Lytch Heath, Ryan Heath. Filmed at The Womb Gallery in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and in Denver, Colorado
The Crash Before Xmas / A big crash before the big night. Credits: Written, Directed, Voiced by Roger Norquist Music from No Copyright Music – Youtube Audio Library Sounds from Iwan Sounds and DIY
La Quit – One man struggles to free himself from a bubbly addiction. Credits: Steve Cathcart
Short film about a preacher trying to spread the word of God by working outside the system. Credits: Written and Directed by Matt Wayman Starring Adam Hoppe
A douche goes to the PARTY MAN! Directed By: Zac Maas and Evan Dannemiller Written By: Steve Vanderploeg, Zac Maas, and Evan Dannemiller Music “You Make My Dreams” by Daryl Hall & John Oates
A short documentary about Colorado history and what it takes to walk a tightrope. Credits: By Evan Duggan Additional Camera Nikki Dreistadt Music by Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society
Kevin tries to jerk off. Credits: Directed/written by Jacob Rupp Starring Kevin Klatman & Tyrel Hartman.
The Dragon- Two brothers grieve for the loss of their mother. Credits: director and editor- Alex Creasy writers-Alex Creasy/Jacob Rupp/Nathan Lund Producer-Sarah Hattendorf Human-Jacob Rupp Dragon-Nathan Lund