Why Watch? Because it’s the best Sweding job out there.

Back when Be Kind Rewind came out, the cultural phenomenon of Sweded movies jumped out of the plot and into real life. Filmmakers of all stripes were recreating famous movies with household items and borrowed aesthetic. It was such a movement that a contest was hosted by Michel Gondry.

The winner of that contest comes from a filmmaker we featured yesterday as well. Chloe Fleury certainly has a passion and knack for stop motion animation, and her recreation of King Kong is absolutely brilliant. There are a million great things about this short.

What does it cost? Just 3 minutes of your time.

Check out King Kong for yourself:

KING KONG (2010)

Trust us. You have time for more short films.


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