Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 20th Jun 2007 23:24 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews The Internet opens new doors to artists, there is no question about that. And between geeks like us here at OSNews, we should be supporting the independent artists. The most well-known online Indie short film competition, DVXFest, finished last week and the results are in. The latest theme was "make a spy movie", and one of our favorites, "Imprint" by Van Blumreich was awarded second place (a production that cost just $500). The story is set in a somewhat-futuristic time that's been plagued by the deadly Long Virus. Rob Cardine is dying of it and in order to keep himself alive, he carries out ethically questionable assignments in order to receive treatments for his disease. But when an assignment goes wrong, Rob is confronted with his own questions of ethics and humanity. How far is too far? Click here to download and view the short movie for free (48 MB), and read more for our interview with Van Blumreich.
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by nicholas on Thu 21st Jun 2007 15:53 UTC
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Have I got the wrong website? I thought this was OSnews.

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by Luis on Thu 21st Jun 2007 16:35 in reply to "Erm....."
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I don't think it's the first time we see an article here that's not strictly OS related.

This one might seem a bit off topic, but it still has to do with the web, so it's ok IMHO.

I enjoyed the interview and liked the short movie too. So thanks for that.

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