Watch and Vote on your favorite shorts from GeekFest Film Fest Year 2 Tour!
The Bigfoot Hunters (Director Matt Hausmann, 22 mins) The president of the USA has been kidnapped by Bigfoot! Now, a group of misfits must bond together and form an alliance to eliminate their worst fear and save mankind.
Transference (Director Matthew Ninaber, 9 mins) In a town removed from modern society, a young boy is tasked with caring for his sister as his father’s future is uncertain; however, the father’s last words tell a cryptic tale of what the future may hold for his uniquely gifted children.
While You Were in A Coma (Jean Paul Labbe, 10 mins) As the first film ever created using Crowd Powered Entertainment™, “While You Were in a Coma” was voted on every step of the way, from the title to plot points, to the director (Jean Paul Labbe) and lead actor (James St. Vincent). It follows the story of Otis Reeves, a man who wakes from a coma 30 years after his prom night to find the world in shambles and the girl of his dreams still out there waiting for him.
Nightwing: Prodigal (Director Matthew Campbell, 11 mins) Nightwing returns to Gotham City to solve the disappearance of his mentor, Batman- but runs into a new threat, the Court of Owls, who unleash Gotham’s worst to stop him.
Grayson: Earth One (Director Hisonni Johnson, 16 mins) Grayson: Earth One’ is the re-imagined origin story of the hero known as Nightwing/ Richard Grayson. The series takes place in a new continuity on a new Earth separate from the DC Universe, freeing it from continuity restraints.
Derrick and Sally: Bathtub Killers (Director Rachel Taylor , 5 mins) Sometimes you go drinking. Sometimes you black out. And SOMETIMES you wake up two days later in bed with a 15-year-old girl named Sally. At least, that’s what happened to Derrick Jansen. But don’t tell him about the bodies in the Bathtub. Especially because he’s the jackass that put them there. Besides, his day is already about to get a lot worse.
Not all films will be screened at all conventions. Due to the nature of conventions, time constraints, and length of cons some features and shorts may not be screened at all events. At some cons, GeekFest Film Fests will only program shorts or screen a Best of Selection of shorts. We will do our best to screen every film at least twice during the tour and we plan on giving all filmmakers sufficient lead time for each event.