Fri, 3 July 2009
The fourth of July is a day to celebrate our history, our heritage, and our inalienable right to create as many dubiously crafted, low tech films as we damn well please. In this spirit, the Ten Second Film Festival is back for a fifth summer. The festival, which drew 3000 eager movie-goers last year, is an event for both the amateur and immature; the talented and the unfortunate; the virtuoso and the accidental artist. Whether you’re a film connoisseur or a recreational viewer your film likely has a place in the lineup.
For this Podcast we spoke with Katherine Rochester, the curator of the Ten Second Film Festival, about the history of the festival and what to look forward to at the event.