Disposable Film Festival Competitive Shorts 2008

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Disposable Film Festival Competitive Shorts 2008

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Ready to view some rad films from our 2008 program? Check 'em out below!

The DFF was created in 2007 to celebrate the best of disposable video: short films made on non-professional devices such as one-time use video cameras, cell phones, point and shoot cameras, webcams, and other inexpensive, readily available video capture devices. With people everywhere posting videos online, we felt the time was right to draw attention


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Ready to view some rad films from our 2008 program? Check 'em out below!

The DFF was created in 2007 to celebrate the best of disposable video: short films made on non-professional devices such as one-time use video cameras, cell phones, point and shoot cameras, webcams, and other inexpensive, readily available video capture devices. With people everywhere posting videos online, we felt the time was right to draw attention to the creative potential of this new mode of filmmaking. Far beyond its initial roles for video blogging and documentation, the DFF offers a forum to display how disposable media can be used for creative purposes. The DFF hosts screenings, competitions, and other events to showcase the best work within the disposable genre.

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  • Luka Kellou

    vimeo.com/90820159
    Walking through the old path, remembering the unforgettable
    Short film directed by Luka Kellou - Selection for the Jury Prize - French Nikon Film Festival

    by Luka Kellou

  • Salvatore Centoducati

    vimeo.com/36017103

    FINALLY ONLINE
    Short Animation
    Winner at ROME FILM FESTIVAL 2013

    by Salvatore Centoducati

  • Cannes in a Van: Film in Transit

    Wed 12th Feb 2014, Shoreditch, London.
    Screen Social: The Birthday Party - Introducing a very special ‘birthdayathon’ edition of the Music v.s Film mashup event. If you want to SUBMIT, we’re looking for fresh and exciting content to screen on the night. If you’re interested, please get in touch. ow.ly/t7r41

    by Cannes in a Van: Film in Transit

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