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DouglasHorn.com

Short Films

Watch or purchase my short films.

Many of my short films are available online.

With my short films, I’ve included extended excerpts rather than trailers so that you can watch part of the film without a trailer spoiling the experience.

You can also click the Reelhouse logo on the video player to go to the film’s page.

Full Disclosure

Winner of over a dozen best short film and audience favorite awards, Full Disclosure stars Judy Greer and Brent Sexton in the relationship comedy that asks, How much honesty can you take?

Everett reveals all his flaws on the first date. But women don’t seem to respond, until he meets Brinn, who is up for his game and willing to try Full Disclosure.

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Coffee & Pie

An anti-romantic comedy and offbeat love story. Manipulative June has brought her girlfriend to a nondescript diner to dump her. But October may just have something else in mind. Revenge is a dish best served with pie.

Starring Amy Seimetz (The Killing, Tiny Furniture) and Sophia Takal (Gayby).

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Tape Recorder

My new comedy short starring Basil Harris (the waiter from Full Disclosure…plus a lot of other films) and Alycia Delmore (Humpday). Could you really get through life having the same conversations day in, day out? Joe thinks he can.

All of Joe’s conversations are pre-recorded. Alison can’t let him get away with that. A funny look at what we do over and over again and how we deal with change. Currently playing in film festivals.

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Tube Addiction

A 3-minute doc about a custom tube amp shop in Seattle. Features musical performances by Dave Knudsen of Minus the Bear and Ben Verellen of Helms Alee. Originally aired on MTV as part of a series of mini-docs about the Seattle music scene.

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Seattle’s Vortex

A short doc about a rehearsal space in Seattle where up-and-coming bands practice, write new songs, and dream of success. Originally aired on MTV as part of a series of mini-docs about the Seattle music scene.

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