The London Comedy Film Festival’s aim is to kickstart the next generation of British-based comedy film-makers. They take over the London BFI every January for a week showcasing comedy feature films, shorts and talks.
‘Open House’ is an improvised short which was made with comedians Paul Foxcroft (Monkey Toast,Horse Aquarium, Catch-23), Charlotte Gittins (Monkey Toast), and Briony Redman (Shortlisted for the BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum at the New York Television Festival 2012) and Dean Kilbey (ITV TAKE THE MIKE: Finalist, BBC TALENT ACTING UP: Winner) and creatives Chris Andrews, Luke Wicker and Wilf Eddings.
It has been recommended on blogs/newsletters run by Raindance, ShootingPeople and London Improv.
Open House has been described as, "Bloody Impressive" – Holly Walsh (Mock the Week, Never Mind the Buzzcocks) and "Funny and entertaining" – Raindance Film Festival.