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Sexy Furby is by far the most unique film that I’ve seen in a long time.  Sexy Furby had its world premiere at the 25th Annual Fantasia International Film Fest. This short is a comedy with a slight mix of horror. Many times I found my eyes building out of

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Pixar’s newest short film, The Blue Umbrella, is due out in June. The brief summary from the studio, describes it as “Amidst the rain in a singing city, two umbrellas – one blue, one not – fall eternally in love.” Catch a quick sneak peek of The Blue Umbrella, thanks

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While Brave had mixed reviews (mostly positive, but definitely lackluster compared to previous Pixar efforts), the short before it was universally praised. Featuring gorgeous animation, the seemingly simple story of a boy helping his dad and grandpa at work was truly stunning and far out shined the main feature. And now, it’s available online

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Professionally-trained British actor Rupert Friend is probably best known to audiences for his roles in the period dramas Pride and Prejudice and The Young Victoria, but in recent years he’s also honed his skills as a writer, director, and producer of short films with his production company, Beat Pictures.  His latest

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Saturday night was dominated by the Marvel panel in Hall H, but meanwhile some smaller Marvel news was taking place. Leading up to the Con, Thomas Jane‘s team promoted his panel and teased about a special screening that could get him kicked out of the Con! It was all very

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Disney, one of the most successful family film industries of all time have some pretty popular upcoming releases on their way to us this year. Among those are John Carter, The Avengers, Brave and Oz: The Great and Powerful. On their list of short films in the works are  Toy Story Toons, La Luna and

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I’ve been hearing a lot about the horror short film contest The ABCs of Death  and was pleasantly surprised to find out one of my college friends is in the contest to find the 26th director! Watch the video and please vote for him! T is for Trout from Daniel Johnson

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TVWeek has a great article up about the newest talent on the block: Live Action Short Film Oscar Winner Luke Matheny. While he used to work at TVWeek, he eventually left his editorial assistant position to start making movies. His graduate thesis film “God of Love” won the Oscar for

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This wasn’t the Glee/So You Think You Can Dance dance off I was hoping for, but it’s still a pretty entertaining 3 minute short. I just wish they’d dance battled instead of having a light saber duel!

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Terry Gilliam is still working on his long developing “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote”, but he took a break to make this amazing short film. I’m a little late on finding it, it’s Halloween themed, but it’s still a fun watch. Starring David Arquette and Justin Kirk (from Showtime’s

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A bunch of my friends and I got together a few weeks ago and did the San Diego 48 Hour Film Challenge. For those of you who do not know what that is, it’s basically a competition where you have 48 hours to write, shoot, and edit a film. You’re

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Running on Empty from Ross Ching on Vimeo. A beautiful look at Los Angeles without people, cars, noise, anything. Peaceful. [via FlavorWire]

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OUTLIERS from MONDIAL CREATIVE LABS on Vimeo. [via Ruben]

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