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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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    Shorts Monthly: "The Witness" Captivates Audience and Jury at Aspen Shortsfest 2009

    On February 22, 2009, Adam Pertofsky walked away empty handed when his 32-minute documentary, "The Witness: From the Balcony of Room 306," lost the Oscar race to "Smile Pinky." On April 5, 2009, Pertofsky's film was trophy magnet, winning both Best Documentary and Audience Favorite at the 18th annu...

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