TAMPSEN AIR - CHASE THOMPSON
SAVE ME - NATHAN WRIGHT
BUSH - PHOENIX BUSSEY
SCP: DOLLHOUSE - STEPHEN HANCOCK
COMPLETELY RANDOM TEXT GEN... - MICHAEL BERRY
IMMERSION GAMES - KEVIN DUGGIN
GONNA DOIT - PAT HOLT
BUT IT'S MY LIFE - MICHAEL COLEMAN
CINEMATIC TIME JUMP - MICHAEL BERRY
CARDS - MARIAH OKE-THOMAS
OH GOSH - AARON PHILLIPS & MEGAN CASADY
CRESCENDO - ELIZABETH GERMANN
Abigail Rose 6:30p
AFTER PARTY: Gabe Meyer 10p
Will Campbell 6:30p
Rheanna Owen 6:45p
Callie Brinkman 1p
Lauren Stokes & Jack Clark 1:15p
*NEW THIS YEAR*
Filmmakers will pitch their promising film ideas to the audience Friday night for a chance to win over $1,000 in cash, gear rental, and other filmmaker goodies to help fund their indie film. After all the pitches are made the audience will vote for the filmmaker they believe should receive the prize and we'll announce the winner after the showcase!
*NEW THIS YEAR*
FILM PITCH COMPETITION
HOW DOES IT WORK?
CoMo Shorts is an annual showcase for Missouri filmmakers to screen their most promising short films. Our intimate screenings in downtown Columbia, MO allows audiences, filmmakers and students to mingle and to enjoy the craft of indie filmmaking.
COMO SHORTS FAQ
HOW DO THE SCREENINGS WORK? THE SAME FILMS SCREEN EACH NIGHT OF THE SHOWCASE (FRIDAY - SUNDAY)
WHERE IS THE 2020 SHOWCASE? TALKING HORSE THEATRE | 210 ST. JAMES STREET, COLUMBIA, MO 65201
HOW DO I BUY TICKETS? YOU CAN PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE, OR IN PERSON AT THE DOOR (IF SHOW ISN'T SOLD OUT)
HOW DO THE SCREENINGS WORK? EACH NIGHT STARTS WITH LIVE, LOCAL MUSIC. THEN FILMS PLAY BACK-TO-BACK
WHAT IS COMO SHORTS? WE'RE AN ANNUAL SHOWCASE THAT SCREENS SHORT FILMS MADE BY MISSOURI FILMMAKERS
WILL THERE BE FOOD/DRINKS? YES! DOGMASTER DISTILLERY IS CONNECTED TO TALKING HORSE THEATRE (TBD ON FOOD)
Meet The Team
Audio Tech Specialist
Video Tech Specialist
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I left como shorts felling inspired and ready to write again. You sometimes don’t realize the talent that surrounds you until you stop to watch.
Melissa Lewis | Digital Storytelling Adjunct Professor at The University of Missouri
I was really glad to see so many local film makers coming together and sharing their ideas and perspectives.