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Imagining Aaron Burr Defending His 1804 Duel With Alexander Hamilton

Feb 21, 2014 | 124-part series
Video by Dana O'Keefe

Complete with iPhones, battle reenactments, and a very snarky first person narration, this short film is a hilarious take on the event that tarnished Burr’s legacy. Aaron Bur, Part 2 comes from director Dana O’Keefe. The film has been showcased in film festivals across the country, including SXSW and the Dallas Film Festival where it received the Jury Prize for best short film.

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