Second Look: Shorts from the 2010 Fest
Now that DIFF 2012 has ended, we can get back to our online series of short films that we’ve screened at the Festival.
In this post, we bring you three films from 2010 that excited our audiences. You’ll see a two-and-a-half minute short on the most important invention in the history of mankind, a look at one of baseball’s most famous moments, and Don Hertzfeldt’s take on why dentistry is best left to dentists.
DELMER BUILDS A MACHINE
Directed by Landon Zakheim
DOC ELLIS & THE LSD NO-NO
Directed by James Blagden
Directed by Don Hertzfeldt
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