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Watch: Nash Edgerton's Gory and Hilarious Sundance Short 'Bear' Debuts VICE Shorts

Indiewire By Mark Lukenbill | Indiewire February 1, 2013 at 3:54PM

The sort-of sequel to 2008's popular short "Spider," "Bear" sees Nash Edgerton team up with frequent collaborator David Michôd (Director of 2010's acclaimed "Animal Kingdom") and rising star Teresa Palmer ("Warm Bodies"). It was one of our 10 Shorts You Must See at Sundance, and if you missed it at the festival, here's your chance to see why.
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"Bear"
Blue-Tongue Films "Bear"

The sort-of sequel to 2008's popular short "Spider," "Bear" sees Nash Edgerton team up with frequent collaborator David Michôd (Director of 2010's acclaimed "Animal Kingdom") and rising star Teresa Palmer ("Warm Bodies"). It was one of our 10 Shorts You Must See at Sundance, and if you missed it at the festival, here's your chance to see why.

The gorily goofy 10 minute film about a birthday prank gone terribly wrong is the debut short from a new arm of VICE's YouTube channel called VICE Shorts. New shorts will debut every Friday, and upcoming films include an impressive roster of up-and-coming talent like "Hesher" director Spencer Susser (another frequent Edgerton and Michôd collaborator) and music video director Ray Tintori.

Check out the short below:

This article is related to: Teresa Palmer, Nash Edgerton, David Michôd, VICE Media, Sundance Film Festival