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Get ready for The ABCs Of Death 1.5

8 January 2014 11:31 AM, PST | 24framespersecond.net | See recent 24FramesPerSecond news »

Had your fill of The ABCs of Death? If, like us, that is never going to happen, you'll be pleased to learn that Ant Timpson and Tim League - in association with producer Ted Geoghegan - have selected 26 of the 541 entries for ABCs Of Death 2 (you can check out the winning entry, Robert Boocheck’s M is for Masticate here), and put them together for The ABCs of Death 1.5. The new compilation will be released digitally early this year, you can check out the occasionally cryptic titles below, followed by The ABCs of Death 2 later in the year. The full line up for the second instalment includes the work of Álex de la Iglesia, Bill Plympton, Kristina Buozyte and Bruno Samper, Sion Sono and Vincenzo Natali. The selected shorts for The ABCs of Death 1.5 are: • Maria Ivanova’s “M is for Mastication” • Tim Rutherford and Cody Kennedy’s »

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26 Fan-Made Films Will Comprise ABCs of Death 1.5

8 January 2014 11:17 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

If you submitted a short film to the ABCs of Death 2 26th director challenge and your entry didn't get chosen to appear in the film, then have no fear because a second chance has been provided in the form of ABCs of Death 1.5. Everything you need to know can be found here!

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Producers Ant Timpson and Tim League announced today the 26 entries chosen to be a part of Drafthouse Films’ ABCs Of Death 1.5, a spin-off of the immensely popular Magnet Releasing anthology series.

The original 2012 film delivered 26 dark tales from the industry’s most celebrated genre directors, and its hotly-anticipated sequel hits cinemas in 2014. Both anthologies conducted a worldwide “Search for the 26th Director”, which allowed one exceptional fan-made entry to appear in each finished film. The original movie sought “T” entries – and ultimately chose Lee Hardcastle’s stop-motion animated “T is for Toilet.” The upcoming sequel, »

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ABCs of Death 1.5 Officially Announced

8 January 2014 9:32 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

Drafthouse Films has officially announced ABCs of Death 1.5, a spin-off that contains 26 short films from their most recent “Search for the 26th Director” competition for ABCs of Death 2:

“New York – January 8, 2014 – Producers Ant Timpson and Tim League announced today the 26 entries chosen to be a part of Drafthouse Films’ ABCs Of Death 1.5, a spin-off of the immensely popular Magnet Releasing anthology series.

The original 2012 film delivered 26 dark tales from the industry’s most celebrated genre directors, and its hotly-anticipated sequel hits cinemas in 2014. Both anthologies conducted a worldwide “Search for the 26th Director”, which allowed one exceptional fan-made entry to appear in each finished film. The original movie sought “T” entries – and ultimately chose Lee Hardcastle’s stop-motion animated “T is for Toilet.” The upcoming sequel, in its search for an “M”, ultimately decided upon Robert Boocheck’s wildly clever “M is for Masticate.”

Producers Ant Timpson and Tim League, »

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