Easton’s micro film festival makes an international splash
Who says you need a feature-length runtime to tell a compelling story through film? Certainly not Jason Daniels, the founder and coordinator of the 100-Second Film Festival. Though it’s based out of Easton, the festival attracts filmmakers from 30 countries ...
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