Welcome! to the trailer for short comedy THREE-FIFTY. The story of a guy trying to weasel out of his late fees at the local video store. The hilarious tale of late fees, privacy rights and just how much information about you is available at the touch of a button.
THREE-FIFTY (TRT 08:10) has screened at over 45 film festivals, including a special screening at Cannes Film Festival’s Short Film Corner and special museum screenings in Boston and Los Angeles. “Three-Fifty” has aired on television and cable as follows:
2010 – 2011 – NBC/Universal: Turkey, Cyprus, Greece
2009 – 2010 – NBC/Universal: Italy, Poland
2008 – 2009 – Canal Plus: France, Switzerland
2008 – 2009 – Multi-TV Afrique: numerous territories in Africa
THREE-FIFTY is available now on DVD at this link: bit.ly/ThreeFiftyonDVD
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We’re happy to inform you that Network Ireland-TV, the reps for “Three-Fifty” will be attending the 32nd Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival & Market ~ Jan. 29 – February 6, 2010. If you would like to be sure the “Three-Fifty” is on television in your area, leave us a comment with your country and your city zipcode information and we’ll make sure your request is heard! ;-))
Clermont-Ferrand is the largest and most important film festival for short films. Buyers from all over the world attend Clermont-Ferrand to discover the best in short films for their television and cable programming needs. FILMAD Awards in Madrid recently awarded The Clermont-Ferrand Festival the honor of Best International Festival … and they have this totally cool image for the festival this year — see below.
Network Ireland-TV represents the finest in short films from around the world. “Three-Fifty” has aired on cable in several territories and numerous additional territories are still open.
Thank you, New Jersey!!!
You have chosen – wisely. We know New Jersey folks have been waiting patiently for the premiere of “the one” – that one great film – the film to solve all of the problems of our current times. THREE-FIFTY is not that film but it’s in your festival anyway. Yeah! Trust us, screening THREE-FIFTY will take the Garden State and it’s Film Festival to new heights of, ummm – well, insanity and laughter. This movie will complete you.
The Garden State Film Festival will screen THREE-FIFTY sometime between April 2 – 5. Check here for specific day and time updates.
The artistic philosophy of the Garden State Film Festival is rooted in the celebration of the independent film genre and the creation of a forum where local and other independent filmmakers can exhibit their work. We would be those “others”.
Since 2003, such industry notables such as Glenn Close, Frank Vincent, Batman producer Michael Uslan, Austin Pendleton, Kurtwood Smith, James Gandolfini, Budd Schulberg and others have lent their support. And now, those celebrities can say they’ve supported the same festival that screened Maurice Chauvet’s THREE-FIFTY — that hilarious tale of late fees, privacy rights and the easy availability of deeply personal details of your life. We know they’ve been waiting to be included in the same paragraph with us.
Carla Nolan, Founder and Director of The Humour Society and the World of Comedy Film Festival (and an independent T.V. and film Producer) called us the other day and requested our comedy THREE-FIFTY for their film festival.
“But of course, ” we replied.
February 25 – March 1. You can read more about the festival here:
We will post days and times and venues as soon as we have them.
Thanks to everyone for all you have done for us. We appreciate every view, every good thought, every good word. Happy New Year!
The Next Gen Film Festival has chosen to screen THREE-FIFTY on Friday, August 29 in downtown Sacramento, CA. To stay informed on when, where, parties, tickets etc. you can read more here: http://www.nextgenfilmfest.org/events/accepted-entries/
Dear Friends and Fans…
There will be a PUBLIC SCREENING of THREE-FIFTY at Festival de Cannes Short Film Corner. If you’re already a fan, you know it’s even funnier in a room full of people. Here are the screening details:
When: Wed. May 21
Program: Court Forrest Court!
Where: Marche du Film Screening Room (Palais “F” in the Palais de Festivals- Level 3)
Presenter: Danny Lennon, National Film Board of Canada
The screening is open to anyone with a Festival de Cannes or Marche du Films badge. Hope you can make it!
bwa, ha, ha…here’s the trailer for Fun With War Crimes produced by our friends at Doggie Dream Productions and Kiros Pictures. Be sure to watch it and share with friends…it’s going to be hilarious! Episode 1 launches on May 1.