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You may remember that last year, James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem, DFA Records) was picked by Canon to make a short film as part of Project Imagination. Using pictures submitted by the public as inspiration, he made it under the mentorship of project head Ron Howard. He was also busy working on Arcade Fire's Reflektor, which came out this week, and now his film, titled Little Duck, is out as well. Murphy shot the film in Japan back in March with cinematographer Manuel Alberto Claro who did Lars Von Trier's Melancholia. The 15-minute film tells the story of a man who must leave New York and go back to his Japanese hometown when his estranged brother gets into some trouble. Watch it below...