By Mary Thornton
In an effort to break away from the traditional confines of computer animation, college friends and Pixar artists Andrew Coats and Lou Hamou-Lhadj deliver a western-inspired drama in less than ten minutes.
By Mary THornton
When a young man with a camera appears, a woman faces the dramatic changes of her East Village neighborhood. Director and writer Clayton Smith talks to us about the inspiration and experience of making his first short film.
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