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April 26 at 10:40am

A little lad contemplates the death of his family

DEAD… from Joe Bichard on Vimeo.

And thanks again to Disposable Film Festival for these films.


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April 23 at 7:14am

First Look At HopeForFilm Book

Check out the beautiful cover from Jonathan Bennett at: [...]


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April 19 at 10:10am

What Makes YOU Happy?

When I lived in NYC, I walked around unconsciously listing out everything that made me angry. I was able to get a decent amount done by piling up the chips on my shoulders.

Recently, friends’ lent us their Venice, CA home. They were generous and it was lovely, with an open courtyard and perfect water pressure. Outdoor space & a good shower is so inspiring. 

It led me to something I think I will make a seasonal ritual: [...]


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April 12 at 10:30am

If You Love Something, Set It Free

I caught all the toads I could as a kid.  I kept them in cages.  One morning, they were all gone, and in their place was a note from Walter Wart The Freak Frog.  This lovely short animation reminded me of those days…

TANK from Nate Milton on Vimeo.

Thanks yet again for Disposable Film Festival for tipping me to this.


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April 5 at 10:25am

When It Blows Like This, You Know Someone’s Finger Is On The Switch

WIND from robert loebel on Vimeo.

Thanks again to the Disposable Film Festival for tipping me off to this.


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