09.11.09 by Jeff

File Magazine #2

The first issue of File Magazine was so good that my expectations were really high for the second issue. I am happy to report this ain’t no sophomore slump! Issue #2 includes a DVD with over 3 hours of short films, music videos and documentaries!

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication

file magazine dvd bi-annual publication













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



  • looks super interesting. might have to order this and eagerly await for it to be shipped.

  • jsancho

    Looks very cool.
    Hey Jeff, how was the content on the DVD that came with it?

  • I need to get my hands on this!

  • Scott

    is there a link to FILE’s website?

    • its right there in the post…

      and here:

      http://file-magazine.com/

      • Scott

        ahhh. I didn’t see the yellow line. Rather difficult to see it against the white. Cheers.

      • yea if this site is ever re-designed that will be changed haha

      • Scott

        Would be nice :) – the change of yellow links.

  • saraforeal

    wow amazing mag do you know if i can get it in copenhagen, denmark?





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