Paul Feig’s Powderkeg Looking to Feature “Shut In” Short Films Made in Quarantine
Depending on where you are in the world, you might have been locked down in your house for several weeks or even months at this point. With all of that time on your hands, especially if you’re part of the millions of people out of work, you might have gotten into baking, learning a foreign language, or even tried to make a comedic short film or sketch.
If you happened to have done the latter (or plan to do so), you’ll be happy to know that Paul Feig’s Powderkeg is looking for such short films/sketches to screen/spotlight as part of their new Shut In Short Films program. We will say that, having gotten a number sketches sent to us for potential posting here at TCB, if you are thinking about doing or sending sending up Tiger King, you will be far from alone in doing so.
Here are the details below:
“The guidelines are simple: Filmmakers grab a phone and make a comedic short inside the confines of where you are sheltering in place. Shorts should be under five minutes. Shorts will be screened by us and we will spotlight the filmmakers on our website and twitter/IG. You can email a link to your short at firstname.lastname@example.org”
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Filmmakers and storytellers! My digital company Powderkeg has launched the Shut In Film Festival. We are looking to spotlight people who are getting creative while they are sheltering in place. For more info, visit powderkegmedia.com or head to @powderkegtv! We want to hear and see your voice!