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Walt Disney’s Taxi Driver (2011) by Bryan Boyce

9 May 2012 by

Walt Disney’s Taxi DriverBryan Boyce, 2011, 4 min, color, sound

Clever appropriation and frame manipulation results in a droll amalgamation of disney motifs within the bounds of Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver (1976), a short found-footage film that follows a “Mickey Mouse-obsessed Travis Bickle as he looks for love in a rapidly transforming New York City.”

Walt Disney’s Taxi Driver played at the 50th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival and won the Prix DeVarti award for Funniest Film. The film will also play at the upcoming Chicago Underground Film Festival.

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One Response to “Walt Disney’s Taxi Driver (2011) by Bryan Boyce”

  1. mypixelstory says:

    The last 50-55 seconds were really creatively tweaked. The Disney parts effortlessly merged with the story. Great mash-up!

    Check out our take on Rorschach – http://youtu.be/hCKJ0tdZeb4

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