Little Minx' Exquisite Corpse
March 17, 2008 8:49 PM   Subscribe

Here's little background I stumbled on at wikipedia:
In Late 2007, released a series of five short films by emerging directors Laurent Briet, Chris Nelson, Malik Hassan Sayeed, Josh Miller and Phillip Van. Little Minx, a division of RSA films, created the series to highlight the work of these commercial directors. Designed in conjunction with Idealogue, the directors had two rules: 1) Respond to the last line of text from the previous director's script and 2) Define a "Little Minx."
posted by churl at 9:09 PM on March 17, 2008

Also, awesome find carsonb, thanks.
posted by churl at 9:10 PM on March 17, 2008

Also found this. More context would have been appreciated.
posted by zerobyproxy at 9:14 PM on March 17, 2008

Oh, wait, we're supposed to watch them in sequence? Well, crap. For what it's worth, the second to last one was a hum-dinger. Thanks.
posted by From Bklyn at 1:42 AM on March 18, 2008

oh duh, I missed that churl wrote exactly that, Anyway, that bit is important.
posted by dabitch at 2:32 AM on March 18, 2008

I've only watched the first one so far, but it was fun, and the sound editing was fantastic. I'll definitely check out the others when I have some time. Thanks, carsonb!
posted by dilettanti at 6:20 AM on March 18, 2008

Wow. All good, but the last one is gorgeous.

Thank you, thank you.
posted by skippyhacker at 6:51 AM on March 18, 2008

There's a whole wikipediapage on Little Minx giving much more background on the directors as well.
posted by dabitch at 10:12 AM on March 18, 2008

Good stuff. My fave is "Waffles for breakfast?"

Thanks, carsonb.
posted by hojoki at 10:58 AM on March 18, 2008

Here are links directly to the iPhone downloads: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
posted by nicwolff at 1:15 PM on March 18, 2008

anyone else think the first one was inspired by the eddie izzard bit about jumping rope?

Great post.
posted by lumpenprole at 3:34 PM on March 18, 2008

"Waffles for breakfast?"
posted by zouhair at 10:03 PM on March 18, 2008

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