The Brockton Enterprise has a nice writeup on the upcoming 100-Second Festival screening at the Ames Free Library in Easton. Cody Shepard took some time to sit down with Jason Daniels, Executive Director at ECAT (Easton Community Access Television).  The Easton based project extends around the region, such as with Brockton filmmaker Aaron Thibault’s film “Betty Carver”.  Shepard writes

The festival features dozens of independent short films, which are 100 seconds in length. The participants include videos from more than 15 countries, including across the United States.

It began in 2005 under Creative Commons and is aimed at fostering cultural collaboration and exchange. This is the first year the international 100-second, 60-second Pakistan and 10-second Korean animation festival will be part of the event in America.

Read the full article: http://www.enterprisenews.com/news/20161025/see-korea-iran-and-pakistan—in-easton—through-film