Show us your shorts… WCCC mounts film fest, local filmmaker joins in

As for what’s next on Thomassen’s agenda, he said, “I am currently working on providing credits on the feature film called ‘Diamond Ruff,’ which is now in post production. I will be working on my friends online horror series in the spring. I continue to build a local sketch comedy group, which meets once a month to write and shoot very short skits (fake commercials and movie trailers). I currently am shooting a spoof on Floggers coffee and the Progresso soup can.”

Basically, said Thomassen, “I am just going to keep plugging away until I find that magical formula that makes the entire audience roar with laughter.”

The 106.9 Rock’n and Reel’n Short Film Festival is Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. at the Hard Rock Café at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket. It’s hosted by WCCC’s Mike Karolyi. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. The event is rated PG-13. For more information, go to WCCC.com.

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A still from Neal Thomassen’s short film spoof, ‘Bloody Mary Comedy,’ which will be shown Sunday at 106.9 WCCC’s Rock’n and Reel’n Short Film Fest at the Hard Rock Cafe at Foxwoods.

A still from Neal Thomassen’s short film spoof, ‘Bloody Mary Comedy,’ which will be shown Sunday at 106.9 WCCC’s Rock’n and Reel’n Short Film Fest at the Hard Rock Cafe at Foxwoods.

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