Thursday, March 7, 2013

Ars Magna | A Short Film

Enter into the obsessive and compulsive world of anagrams with Cory Calhoun, a man who took the first three lines of Hamlet's "To Be or Not to Be" soliloquy and made them into what's been called the "world's greatest anagram." As you'll soon find out, he may be obsessive, but he's also a genius.

Ars Magna, which means "great art" in Latin, is an anagram of the word anagrams. Watch it and then vote for your 2013 People's Choice Winner, as part of the PBS 2013 Online Film Festival.

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