19 February 2013 10:24 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

For a creative everyday user of the hugely popular app known as Vine fifteen minutes of fame equals 150 videos. The six-second increments of time that Vine videos take to watch isn.t strenuous on the attention span, nor do the clips overstay their welcome, regardless of what.s being shown. But how would watching an entire movie fare in that format? Production company Oscilloscope Laboratories has released Todd Berger.s dark apocalyptic comedy It.s a Disaster weeks ahead of its VOD and theatrical dates exclusively on the Twitter-owned Vine app. Starting today at 4:30 pm Est, viewers could log onto the Oscilloscope Twitter account to watch six-second chunks of the film as it updated throughout the day, making the wait for bathroom breaks virtually extinct in the process. With a sly wink towards the changing format of media distribution, the uploaded videos are all recorded on a smartphone. It »

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