Feb 19, 2013
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Beastie Boy Adam Yauch-founded Oscilloscope launching full-length film on Vine this afternoon
Oscilloscope Labs, the independent film company founded by now-deceased Beastie Boy Adam Yauch, will release one of its films in 6-second pieces on Vine this afternoon. At around 4:30pm EST the company will start uploading segments from It’s A Disaster, a generally well-received piece that’s not set to be officially released online until March 5th, to its Twitter feed. We’re not sure the entire movie will be posted — and since it’ll need to be filmed secondhand from a phone, quality won’t be great — but this is being touted as a “feature film release,” so we’re optimistic.

Beastie Boy Adam Yauch-founded Oscilloscope launching full-length film on Vine this afternoon

Oscilloscope Labs, the independent film company founded by now-deceased Beastie Boy Adam Yauch, will release one of its films in 6-second pieces on Vine this afternoon. At around 4:30pm EST the company will start uploading segments from It’s A Disaster, a generally well-received piece that’s not set to be officially released online until March 5th, to its Twitter feed. We’re not sure the entire movie will be posted — and since it’ll need to be filmed secondhand from a phone, quality won’t be great — but this is being touted as a “feature film release,” so we’re optimistic.

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