30-Jul to 02-Aug
The 1st and LARGEST traveling Geek Film Festival Showcasing the best in geek features, shorts, web series, music videos, fan films and trailers to Comic Conventions across the globe.
In our 1st 7 yrs GeekFest Film Fests has been programmed in over 50 Pop Culture Conventions and traveled over 150,000 miles to Comic Conventions across North America and presented in the largest Convention in Canada (Fan Expo Canada) and 2nd largest in the US (New York Comic Con) and expanded our reach to Hawaii reaching over 6 million convention goers in our first seven years!
We love the Marvel world and wanted to have fun by making a small fight scene with Captain America fighting soldiers.
When a teenager runs away from home, she encounters an arcade machine that replays her deepest regret.
A young couple have a romance fit for a storybook- told entirely in rhyme. They live happily ever after until their child diverges from the classic narrative. Will they find the bravery to write a new story?
An exploration droid searches planets for resources but finds out you can miss a lot if you never look up.
Ivy has secluded herself to playing video games after losing her job. An accident leads her to awaken in one of these video games she plays leading her on a world-jumping adventure where there are no resets, no pause menus and no continues.
Kate and Felix get a surprise visitor for Christmas - an older, drunken Felix, from 2044. He's come back to visit his young family, when things were good. Before everything went to shizz.
A musical short film set between the worlds of fandom and pop culture, PUSH THE POINT follows four online gamers through their squad-based mission. Harder than defeating the other team, however, is sticking together while trying to navigate toxicity, super-fandom, and the futility of having an argument on the internet.
In the final days of World War II, US paratrooper Boyd leads a daring escape from a nazi POW camp, only to face a more horrifying evil beyond the prison walls.🔥
Co-produced by Funny How Films and Red Studia, STALAG III-C was filmed entirely in Minsk, Belarus and post-produced in Cape Town, South Africa.
For thousands of years Anubis, the ancient Egyptian Guardian of the Underworld, has performed the Weighing of the Heart. Once however the Scales of Justice cannot decide whether the heart is good or bad.
In the following confrontation Anubis must prove himself against Ammit, a crocodilian goddess, thereby becoming the true God of the Dead.