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15 Minutes of Fame (2006)

This is an innovative production of a story done in the spirit of those classic sell-one's-soul-to-the-devil stories. The heroes find quick success through a magical tool which is no devil;... See full summary »

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Abby Dohrmann Quinn ...
Leeann
Steven Murphy ...
Maverick Gonzalez ...
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Nattana Pummill ...
Drea
Richard Cherry ...
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Eric Dodson ...
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Paul LaWrence Curtis ...
Byron Graham ...
K.K. DuBois ...
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This is an innovative production of a story done in the spirit of those classic sell-one's-soul-to-the-devil stories. The heroes find quick success through a magical tool which is no devil; rather, it's a seemingly harmless video camera that turns its users into instant celebrities. But once their 15 minutes of fame are up, they are swept into Oblivion, never to be heard from again. Watch as our heroes try to reclaim their lives and return to normal. Written by GreggEns

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How will you spend your 15 minutes?

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Short | Comedy | Fantasy

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27 May 2006 (USA)  »

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$200 (estimated)
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Scenes in the "real world" were shot at 30 frames per second interlaced (60i), while scenes in the "fantasy world" were shot at 24 frames per second progressive scan (24p). This was done because most reality shows and documentaries are shot on video at 60i or similar-looking resolution, while most fiction is shot on film at 24p or similar resolution. See more »

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Kelly: Is this thing on?
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The characters in this presentation are fictional. Any similarity to any person, living, dead, or trapped in Oblivion, is purely coincidental. See more »

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Les Voyeurs
Written by Shane Carey
Performed by Shane Carey
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