Today on Boing Boing tv, surreal shorts about food and drink, in a two-part showcase of works from filmmaker Stefan Nadelman.
First, "Food Fight," a stop-animation piece that provides an abridged history of war, told through the foods of the countries in conflict. (Ed.: the original work has been edited for time, and captions have been added to assist the history-impaired).
Next, "My Dog Impersonating Orson Welles," in which a pooch clutches a bottle of champagne, and attempts to form sentences.
Link to BBtv post with discussion and downloadable video.
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