21.10.09 by Jeff

Stash / Short Films 1

Stash, the monthly DVD magazine, just sent me out Short Films 1. I am stoked on this DVD mainly because I finally have high quality versions of Johnny Kelly’s Procrastination and The Black Heart Gang’s The Tale Of How (I’ve mentioned both before).

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Watch both films below! Beware, you will want this DVD.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • lapetitefaon

    ahhhh I DO want this now!

  • can we order this from somewhere or what?! do we get it directly from Stash?!

  • Dope. I totally want to cop this now.

  • Seen John Kelly’s work at the Jerwood Moving Images awards Private View. Loved it then, still love it today…!!!

  • Uo!

    Add to cart now!

    I saw John Kelly live at MadinSpain 09 last summer… and the conference was awesome.

    40Hugs.

  • emily

    wow! :O

    both amazing!

  • Maya

    heh. @ procrastination – colour coordinating your cds too!

    especially loved the visualizations for ‘checking your email’ and ‘playing imaginary video games with your furniture’. so simple and effective.

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