Show: 100-Second Film Festival

Episode: 100 Second Film Festival 2009

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Episode Description:

The 2009 version of the 100-Second Film Festival features a diverse and eclectic array of videos from the USA and around the world. The program is 28 minutes in length and appropriate for all ages.

100-Second Film Festival 2009
Stone Grinds You - Michelle Etlin
Shoot at the Movie Buff - Mahdy Saa'eby
Deconstruction - Freddie Wiss
Everything Will be Alright - Darius Ilgevicius
Adventures of Towel Man - John Akre
Walrus - Jane-Sarah MacFarlane
Routin - David Matos
Twins - Isabella & Sophia DePasquale
Bombay Shave #3 - Memo Salazar
Fanfare for Dahlias - Carol Burns
What Will Eat Us - Jay Dedman
Father - Kenzee Bates
Sleepskit - Kurt Wahlstrom
The Mystery of the Missing Matron - Chelsea Spears
Christmas - Joe Licek
The Rosebud - Carpe Vidiere Productions
Weir, Bedford, May 9 2008 - Andrew Payne
Gravity's Shackles - Wreck & Salvage
I Remember Venice California - Will O'Loughlen
Opening sequence - Max Furst editor
Prelinger Archives footage
music: Synnax track 08
The 100 Second Film Festival is a non commercial, non competitive universal collaboration.
Our objective is to stimulate people to create, watch and share videos (that are 100 seconds or less in duration).
The project is fueled by the Creative Commons.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Thursday, July 23, 2009 - 12:59

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