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    Watch: Jason Eisener's Terrifying 1-Minute Horror Short 'One Last Dive' Gets the Job Done

    Inspired by last weekend's box-office champ "The Conjuring, Vice commissioned four filmmakers to helm four short films inspired by the devil's hour (which according to "The Conjuring" and Vice is 3:07am). Below watch "One Last Dive," the scariest of the lot, directed by Jason Eisener ("Hobo With a S...

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    WATCH: Rare Buster Keaton Footage Unearthed (VIDEO)

    Historian Fernando Pena has made a rare find, reports Scott Foundas in Variety. Pena has unearthed an alternate European cut with French intertitles of silent comedy star Buster Keaton’s 1922 short “The Blacksmith," one of the countless two-reelers Keaton made for producer Joseph M. Schenck. This is...

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    Australian Short 'The Unlikely Maestro' Takes Home Top Prize at Tropfest 2013

    Tropfest 2013, the world's largest short film festival taking place in Prospect Park, concluded this past Saturday with Australian filmmakers Tristan Klein and Nick Baker taking the top prize for their film "The Unlikely Maestro." The short film beat out 15 others for a $20,000 prize and a "week of ...

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    Palm Springs International Festival of Shorts: Panels, Experts, Sharp Intel

    The best place to see the big ol’ Super Moon this weekend was probably Palm Springs, which was definitely the best place to watch the 300-odd shorts films assembled by Kathleen McInnis and the big ol’ Palm Springs International Festival of – yes -- Short Films. While the locals went to the movies, t...

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    Amsterdam Film Festival Awards

    Congrats to TOH contributor Sophia Savage, pictured here with the "Bellflower" boys Evan Glodell and Tyler Dawson, for winning the World Cinema directing prize at the Amsterdam Film Festival for her Kickstarter-funded debut short film "Empyrian," which she also wrote and stars in, along with Dawson....

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    When Should You Post Your Film Online If You Want to Get Into Festivals and Win Oscars?

    When the people behind the website Short of the Week spoke to filmmakers about posting short films online, they found that most filmmakers didn't know that some of the most prestigious film festivals, Sundance among them, actually consider films that have premiered online before the festival.

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    Short Shouts: Watch 'White Sugar in a Black Pot'

    Here's a short film - now available for viewing in full - by NYU grad Rachel Johnson that traveled the festival circuit in 2011 and 2012.

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    Exclusive: ShortsHD To Premiere The Short Films of Matthew Modine on ITunes Worldwide

    ShortsHD, The Short Movie Channel and distributor of Oscar nominated shorts, will make available for pre-order a collection of six of actor-filmmaker Matthew Modine's short films on iTunes in 54 countries as of Wednesday, downloadable June 4. Three of the six shorts premiered at the Sundance Film Fe...

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    Watch: Michael Cera Plays a Paraplegic in New Short Film 'Gregory Go Boom'

    Though officially a part of YouTube's ongoing Comedy Week, Michael Cera's appearance in the new short film "Gregory Go Boom" also works as an unofficial warm-up for this weekend's new season of "Arrested Development."

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