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Stories of Alien Encounters Come to Life in This Otherworldly Animation 

In Beams, Mitchell Crawford blends experimental animation with stories of alien encounters. The narrators are never seen, and the images don’t always reflect their words, but somehow that makes these first-hand accounts—which are freaky, yet delivered in a matter-of-fact manner—even eerier. Read more...
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