Iron Mule features the best in short comedy films each month.
LAST MONTH'S WINNING FILMS
UPCOMING FILMS: October 2016

The Iron Mule will be back:

Wednesday, October 16th, 7:30pm

Tickets on sale soon.

WANNA BE A STAR?
Come to an Iron Mule screening and YOU can be picked to star in a film! Each month we randomly pick an audience member to star in a film to be shown the following month at Iron Mule.
AFTER PARTY
Join us after the show to meet the filmmakers.
HOW TO SUBMIT

or download entry forms

Mail submissions to:
Iron Mule
PO Box 1484
New York, NY 10113

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Questions? E-mail us at ironmulenyc@gmail.com


BOY TOYS
Trevor Kristjanson's BOY TOYS wins the judge's award at the August 17th screening!
EMMA INSPIRED
Nicole Machon and Jamie Rice and Nicole Machon's EMMA INSPIRED wins the audience's award!
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TOMMY DONNEGAL: POLICE DETECTIVE
TOMMY DONNEGAL: POLICE DETECTIVE
World-weary police detective Tommy Donnegal has to dig deep within himself to overcome his demons.
written and directed by Chris Meehan
THE HAMSTER
THE HAMSTER
A father buys his young daughter a pet hamster. When the hamster dies, they have a frank discussion about death, life, and humanity's often futile search for meaning in the universe.
written and directed by Ryan Barger
BOY WITH A CAMERA FOR A FACE
BOY WITH A CAMERA FOR A FACE
A satirical fairy tale about a boy born with a camera instead of a head, whose every moment is transformed by the fact he is recording it.
written and directed by Spencer Brown
CALL FOR A GOOD TIME
CALL FOR A GOOD TIME
Either an absurdist, nonsensical comedy piece or a musing on confronting one's own fears of love and rejection—or both.
written and directed by Linnea Ritland
IDAC
IDAC
Are a filmmaker's memories of a distant cousin real or fantasy?
written and directed by Casimir Nozkowski
DRUGS FOR KIDS
DRUGS FOR KIDS
A clear solution to the problem of parenting.
written and directed by James Bruffee
MARK GETS COFFEE
MARK GETS COFFEE
Mark gets the number of a cool girl that he meets in a line for coffee, There's just one problem... they're still in line.
written and directed by Richard Starkey
INERTIA
INERTIA
Part of the "Wanna Be a Star?" contest, starring audience member Ricky Wells!
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