Pilotgroove Pictures will return to the SNOB Film Festival in November with Casual Causality. The 48-hour short comedy was selected for the 2018 festival and will have two screenings – Friday, November 9 at 6pm and Saturday, Nov. 10 at 9:30pm – at Red River Theatres in Concord, NH.
The SNOB (Somewhat North of Boston) Film Festival marks its 17th season in 2018. The annual showcase brings nearly 50 independent films, both short and feature-length in a variety of genres. The festival also features a full slate of live music as well as craft beer tasting from SIX New Hampshire breweries.
Casual Causality is the 4th SNOB selection for Pilotgroove Pictures, having previously appeared with Just Remember that They’re Dead (2011), A Bloodless Crime (2014) and Don is the New Death (2017). The latter won “Best Short Comedy” at last year’s festival and at SNOB’s sister-festival, DRAFT Fest. Writer/directors, Ben Peirce and P.J. Huot took “Best Regional Filmmaker” honors at SNOB in 2011.
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