Another TAFF video: "The Money Mobile"

May 23, 2011, 6:00AMANS Nuclear Cafe

Time again for another video from the Texas Atomic Film Festival. The video, Money Mobile Goes Nuclear, was the winner at the 2010 festival in the Best Editing category.

TAFF is hosted by the Cockrell School of Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. The video is a takeoff on TV's "Cash Cab" program, in which the taxi driver asks unsuspecting passengers questions about general subjects for a chance to win cash prizes.

TAFF films are produced by students from UT-Austin as well as distance-learning students from Iowa State University, in Ames, Iowa. The goal is to allow students to communicate technical subjects by using digital movie content. For more information on TAFF, please contact UT-Austin's Juan Garcia.

The full TAFF playlist can be found on YouTube at the official Cockrell School TAFF Channel.  The Cockrell School also has other videos of interest featured on YouTube.

The ANS Nuclear Cafe will be featuring films from TAFF in the days ahead.

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