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Short Film of the Day: Jonathan Rhodes stars a The Photographer in School Portrait -- by far the most depressing short film involving cute kids you will see today, guaranteed.

Also: There is no pet heaven.

[videogum.] 

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Very Short Film of the Day: To celebrate the 190th anniversary of the chronograph, German luxury goods manufacturer Montblanc and advertising agency Leo Burnett Milan invited filmmakers to capture and submit "one-second-long moving pictures" of moments they considered beautiful.

Many responded, and a showreel of 60 hand-picked clips was crafted (above).

There will be

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Short Film of the Day: How They Felt, a Mumblecore short filmed by Team Funwolf for the 48 Hour Film Festival in the movement's birthplace of Boston, features one faily unique quirk that separates it from similar shorts in the genre: One of its two main characters is a muppet.

It went on to win Best Actress, Best Sex Scene, and was runner-up in the Best

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Compare And Contrast of the Day: Meanwhile, a world away: A poignant portrait of daily life in Afghanistan, by Lukas and Salome Augustin.

Lukas writes:

I have lived from 2006-2008 in Kabul doing my civil service for a humanitarian aid organization. This March I had the chance to go back with my fiancé to show her the place

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A Bite Of The Big Apple of the Day: Andrew Clancy spent a year shooting random scenes around New York, the end result of which is this lovely five-minute compilation aptly entitled "A Year in New York."

Music: “We Don’t Eat” by James Vincent McMorrow.

[uproxx.

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Short Film of the Day: Amanda Bluglass's short film Ray: A Live Underwater tells the story of 75-year-old Ray Ives, a former commercial diver who has spent half a century plundering the deep seas "like a modern-day pirate."

[nerdcore.]

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Lights Out: Matthew Rhys calls an emergency meeting of his board of directors to discuss the best way into a girl's pants in Peter Calloway's Herman's Head-inspired short, The Think Tank.

[b3ta.]

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