ASFF Film Library: 5 Comedies

Comedy offers something for everyone, following unwitting characters through their day-to-day lives as they descend into surreal, unexpected moments of chaos, lunacy and, often, release. Here are 5 comedies we recommend from the ASFF Library:

Capital
(dir.) Freddy Syborn

When a misjudged referendum comes back 50.9% in favour of hanging, a group of inept junior civil servants meet on their first day in their new roles in the Department of Capital Punishment.

Filterface – Double Tap To Like
(dirs.) Will & Carly


A satirical piece that looks at the unhealthy relationship young people have with social media, seeking to be something completely different. How far are they willing go to secure one more “like”?

The Last Delivery
(dir.) That Jam

British Crime Comedy. With their supplies running low and the season nearly over, Baker and her gang go to egg-streme lengths to get their hands on the last Creme Egg delivery.

ASMR For White Liberals
(dir.) John Connor Hammond


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Roger
(dir.) Brendan Cleaves

Stephen (Seann Walsh) arrives home after six months in Mongolia to discover his best friend Roy (John Bradley) has replaced him with a ventriloquist’s dummy called Roger.


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