Sundance’s Voices on the Election

The presidential debates are over, so now it’s time for the final stretch of the election campaign, and the Sundance Channel has launched its own online campaign venture called Voices on the Election, complete with serious and satirical videos and interviews. Including this series by comedian Dave Hill, Dave Hill’s Guide to Voting. Here’s a sample:

Among the other comedic offerings…Attack Ads by Amsterdam based comedy troupe Boom Chicago; a Panty Raiders series of mock elections held on the streets of Bombay, London and Mexico City called Project Vote; a mini-opera by comedian/songwriter David Driver called Sometimes the Dream is Real; and Gail Levin’s The Naked Campaign, a series of animated profiles of the candidates via New Yorker cartoonist Steve Brodner.

Want to see the attack ads? After the jump we go…

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