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The Parts That Stay

Two sisters struggle to process conflicting memories of their mother on the day of her funeral while an overly enthusiastic funeral director tries to make sure they receive an excellent experience in customer service.

 

Released in 2020

Running time: 6 minutes

 

Creative Team

Written by Nicole Kemper

Directed by Sarah Alison Hodges

Cinematography by Katherine Brennan

Starring Julie Jones Ivey, Nicole Kemper, and Ava Davis

 

Screenings: Atlanta Shortsfest, Bull City International Film Festival, Women’s Comedy Film Festival, Atlanta Comedy Film Festival, RollCall Indie Showcase

 

Awards: Best Comedy Short Film and Best Georgia Short Film at the 2021 Atlanta Comedy Film Festival, Best Georgia Comedy Film at the 2022 Women’s Comedy Film Festival, Gold Award Winner at the 2021 Spotlight Short Film Awards

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Could This Have Been An Email

 

Three coworkers struggle with the horrific possibility of speaking to a customer on the phone.

 

Released in 2022

Running time: 4 minutes

 

Creative Team

Written by Nicole Kemper

Directed by Sarah Alison Hodges and Nicole Kemper

Cinematography by Sarah Serrato

Starring Carlette Jennings, Ava Davis, Nicole Kemper, Annie Inna Vorobetz, and Laura Meyers

 

Screenings: Atlanta Underground Film Festival, Southern Film Festival, Broad Humor Film Festival, Knoxville Film Festival, Tennessee International Indie FilmFestival

 

Awards: Best Comedy Film Toronto Women Film Festival Summer 2022

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A Grim Diagnosis

A couple struggles with their child's unexpected diagnosis - turns out he's a comedian! Mom and Dad must come to terms with their conflicting feelings about what is best for their son and deal with their usual doctor's recommendations for treatment.

 

In post-production (anticipated release 2023)

 

Creative Team:

Written by Nicole Kemper

Directed by Sarah Alison Hodges and Nicole Kemper

Cinematography by Sarah Serrato

Starring Melissa Kunnap, Brian Ashton Smith, Nicole Kemper, and Freddy Boyd

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