Trailers: "Once It Started It Could Not End Otherwise" uses yearbooks to unsettling effect

"The Sundance Diaries" is a month-long multimedia blog on Huffingtonpost.com, with entries made by some of the 64 international filmmakers whose short films were selected for the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Kelly Sears' animated short "Once It Started It Could Not End Otherwise" uses vintage high school yearbooks to tell the story of a mysterious sickness surrounding American high school students in the 1970's.

This year, I will be screening a film titled "Once It Started It Could Not End Otherwise," a minimalist, horror animation. It's made from candid photos from high school yearbooks from the 1970s and tells a heavy and dark story of a high school disaster. -Kelly Sears

Read Kelly Sears' full blog entry here at Huffingtonpost.com and check out a preview of "Once It Started It Could Not End Otherwise" below:

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