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This Oscar Nominated Filmmaker’s Work Is So “Delicious”, It’s Really Not Safe For Work (VIDEO)

Oscar Nominated Alum Colin Campbell (C’91, President of Intuitons, Without A Net, Penn in Pictures 2001 panelist) has created a great 4 minute video he directed for Instant Films, a 48 hour Los Angeles film festival. Colin drew the script and then the cast out of a hat on Saturday morning and by Sunday night he handed in the finished film.

And Colin is no stranger to directing films by any means. In fact his short film “Seraglio” was nominated for an Oscar back in 2000. This was a great film that we showcased in our first Los Angeles Pennfest 2002 (photos HERE, program HERE) and am trying to see if we can get it posted on DT at some point soon.

“Delicious” is definitely on the not-safe-for-work side.  >…So much in fact that the video and the image I’m using for this post associated with this film can only be seen when you expand the post by clicking HERE.


*Besides Colin, we actually have two other Penn alumni whose short film was nominated for an Oscar in 2006.  Get the scoop HERE and watch their film!

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