The comedy block has become quite a tradition at #KISFF. The place, Mariinsky Park, hasn’t changed, either. It's going to be hilarious, and this's the main thing. This year’s movies are brutally satirical and make fun not only of their heroes but also of us and the society we live in. And they do it openly, without hiding behind the masks of hypocrisy and buffoonery. Many of them were shown at Sundance, SXSW or Clermont-Ferrand where, by the way, "Black Lady" got the Viewers award! Almost all the films are in English, created in the US, New Zealand and the UK.


Pete King
UK / 2015, 12 min

Crack covers the grim reality of a new craze that's taking over the streets of London. With underground fights, street deals, and territorial warfare growing ever dangerous, it won't be long until the conker fighting craze is out of control.


Zach Lasry
USA / 2015, 14 min

There comes a point in every young man's life when he must rise to the occasion or admit defeat. For Seth, impressing his father is his only goal, his greatest test, his Everest. Today is the day.

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El Hueco
Germán Tejada
Peru / 2015, 14 min

Robert saves enough money to buy the grave next to where his love is buried. But when he tries to buy it, he finds out that it has been sold to someone else. Robert's jealousy will take him to the extremes in his attempt to spend eternity with Yenni.

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Madam Black
Ivan Barge
New Zealand / 2015, 11 min

When a glamour photographer runs over a child's pet, he's forced to fabricate a story about its disappearance.


Olivert Hilbert
New Zealand / 2015, 5 min

A snail horror comedy. Claude and his friends are in a lot of trouble when they choose the wrong lettuce.

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Greener Grass
Paul Briganti
USA / 2015, 15 min

In this dark comedy of manners set in a surreal world, meticulously-coiffed soccer moms Jill and Lisa vie for perfect children, perfect husbands, and most importantly, perfect teeth.