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Added May 13 2018

Aurora Picture Show's first ever public screening in June of 1998 was Extremely Shorts–an open call program of all sorts of independent film and video work with the only stipulation being that they were 3 minutes or less. Bill Daniel's "History of Texas City" collage film was included in that first program 20 years ago. (And soon after, Bill began bringing radical West Coast film programs to Aurora.) Extremely Shorts is still going strong as Houston's funkiest film festival, including bite size moving image madness from around the globe. Don't miss this year's Extremely Shorts fest at Aurora this coming Friday and Saturday! #Aurora20

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May 14, 2018
    Aurora Picture Show
    Aurora Picture Show's first ever public screening in June of 1998 was Extremely Shorts-an open call program of all sorts of independent film and video work with the only stipulation being that they...
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