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    Aspen Shortsfest Unveils Full Program for 2016 Festival

    The premier North American shorts fest will screen a number of Oscar qualifiers.

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    Watch: If You've Ever Lost Anyone You Love Watch This Short Film Now

    Oscar Sharp's "The Kármán Line" was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Short and now you can see why.

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    Exploring the Case for Shorts Only Film Festivals at Aspen Shortsfest

    The case for holding a shorts only film festival.

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    Aspen Shortsfest Announces 2014 Lineup

    Aspen Film has announced the lineup for its upcoming Shortsfest, to run April 8-13th. The films cover a range of genre and styles, and hail from thirty different countries.

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    Aspen Shortsfest Announces 2012 Program

    Aspen Film has announced the finalists for its 2012 Aspen Shortsfests International Competition.

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    Aspen Shortsfest Wraps, Doles Out Awards

    The 2011 Aspen Shortsfest wrapped up last weekend in Colorado. The big winners were Jean-Claude Rozec's "Specky Four Eyes," Christopher Strollery's "dik," Robert-Jan Lacombe's "Goodbye Mandima" and Brent Bonacorso's drama "West of the Moon."

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    Colin Firth, Unhinged! and Other Highlights from Aspen Shortsfest 2011

    Colin Firth playing a pesky neighbor in Rupert Friend’s “Steve” is just one of the many unexpected scenarios to be found among the 80-plus short films screening at Aspen Shortsfest, which opens today and runs through April 10. With a heavy emphasis on international filmmaking, the prestigious Colora...

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    Aspen Shorts: Finding God and Other Revelations from Aspen Shortsfest 2010

    Move over, Morgan Freeman. There's a new actor taking over the role of God, and his name is David Wenham. Wenham portrays the Almighty as a tie-wearing office worker in Frazer Bailey's irresistible Australian short "Glenn Owen Dodds," which picked up the Audience Favorite Award at the 2010 Aspen Sho...

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