For the Love of Three Oranges (2006) is a 1 1/2 minute long stop-motion animation film that was an entry in the 2006 Fargo Film Festival's "Two-Minute Movie" contest. It failed to place. In it, an orange peels itself and proceeds to do a dance with its slices that slowly disappear set to the song "The Love For Three Oranges: Symphonic Suite, Op. 33A: III. Marche. Tempo Di Marcia" which serves as the inspiration for the intentionally incorrect title. The song is taken from the soundtrack to the Woody Allen film "Love and Death". The film was directed and edited by Ben Hanson in early 2006.