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Last week, director Darren Aronofsky officially wrapped what is easily the largest production of his career, "Noah." And with the film not due until March 28, 2014, so begins a long fifteen month wait for the movie. So what can we do until then? How about taking a quick trip back in time... The director's very early, 1994 short "No Time" has made its way online. It's one of three short films he directed as part of the masters program at the AFI Conservatory (the other two were "Protozoa" -- also the name of his production company -- and "Fortune Cookie"). There's not much other detail about it online, but it's a comedy, and it's certainly very different from anything he would go on to do in his professional career. Yes, longtime collaborate Matthew Libatique is behind the camera, and it's an interesting look at the formative work of Aronofsky. Give it a spin below. »

- Kevin Jagernauth

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