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Shorts Break: Medieval Humor and the First-Ever IMAX Short

Posted Apr 10, 2013, by Mike Plante, Short Film Programmer

Shorts Break: Medieval Humor and the First-Ever IMAX Short

We are proud to share one of the more celebrated shorts of recent times - More, directed by Mark Osborne. This lovingly…

Shorts Break: The Meaning of Life and Terminal Bar

Posted Mar 1, 2013, by Mike Plante, Short Film Programmer

Shorts Break: The Meaning of Life and Terminal Bar

Welcome back to Shorts Break Friday. We have two amazing shorts today, freshly released on the YouTube Screening Room, that you…

Short Order: A feast of short-form filmmaking about food

Posted Aug 24, 2012, by Mike Plante, Short Film Programmer

Short Order: A feast of short-form filmmaking about food

For a blog named short order, it was only a matter of time before I served up some short films about food. I hope you came…

Comic Nerds and Villain Costumes: Michael Mohan’s Save the Date Finds an Audience at Comic-Con

Posted Jul 19, 2012, by Michael Mohan, director, Save the Date

Comic Nerds and Villain Costumes: Michael Mohan's Save the Date Finds an Audience at Comic-Con

Michael Mohan is an independent filmmaker and the director of three Sundance Film Festival selections, including "One Too Many…

A Closer Look at This Year’s Sundance-Supported Oscar Nominees: Short Film

Posted Feb 22, 2012, by Nate von Zumwalt, Editorial Coordinator

A Closer Look at This Year’s Sundance-Supported Oscar Nominees: Short Film

Leading up to the 84th edition of the Academy Awards this Sunday, February 26, we’re profiling all seven of this year’s…

The 2012 Sundance Film Festival’s Perfectly Strange Shorts Program

Posted Jan 16, 2012, by Jon Korn, Assistant Coordinator of Panels

The 2012 Sundance Film Festival's Perfectly Strange Shorts Program

"Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die"

-Hunter S. Thompson, "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas"

The Sundance Film Festival began…

Google’s @AaronKoblin Sees Things In His Head

Posted Oct 27, 2011, by Joseph Beyer, Director of Digital Initiatives for Sundance Institute

Google's @AaronKoblin Sees Things In His Head

Aaron Koblin loves bits and bytes and data.  He thinks they're beautiful and intriguing.  He, and his large following of fans,…

Nerd Alert: Ben Moskowitz Brings His Own Popcorn to #Sundance

Posted Oct 26, 2011, by Joseph Beyer, Director of Digital Initiatives for Sundance Institute

Nerd Alert: Ben Moskowitz Brings His Own Popcorn to #Sundance

Mozilla and Sundance Institute have something in common—it’s surprising to a lot of people to find out that they are both…

Short Shot: Yi Zhou

Posted Jan 28, 2011, by Nate von Zumwalt

Short Shot: Yi Zhou

Don’t bother confining Yi Zhou to a single artistic medium. The young Chinese artist considers the collision of art forms…

Short Shots: David OReilly

Posted Jan 26, 2011, by Todd Luoto

Short Shots: David OReilly

Animator David OReilly isn't exactly a new kid on the block. Sure, he’s considered up-and-coming, and his 1985 birth year…

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