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Featured animation short film:
Written by Rodrigo Gudiño and directed by Rodrigo Gudiño and Vincent Marcone
One of the most inventive short films ever. The short plays within a framed picture of the viewers expectations. It is like watching a photo come to life. A must to check out. Award-winning short film.
(Thanks Rodrigo for letting us feature your stunning short film :-))
Created by by Beth Tomashek and Sam Wade
A very cute short film about courage, where one dust buddy tries to save his friend from an evil dust vacuuming maid.
Written by Francois Alaux, Hervé de Crécy, Ludovic Houplain and Gregory J. Pruss. Directed by Francois Alaux, Hervé de Crécy and Ludovic Houplain
A lot of work and super creative use of Logos, absolutely amazing. Academy award-winning short film.
Story by Paccolat Stéphane. Directed by Pierre Clenet, Alejandro Diaz, Romain Mazevet and Paccolat Stéphan
A touching and creative short about an old abandoned house which leaves its suburbs and goes on an exciting journey. Beautiful. Award-winning short film.
Written by Nicole Mitchell (story), Raymond S. Persi and Patrick Osborne (story) Directed by Patrick Osborne
A very cute short with plenty of messages regarding food and nurturing. You will love it if you have pets. Academy award-winning short film.
Written by Clio Chiang (story), Kendelle Hoyer (story) Directed by John Kahrs
A Disney animation love story. Very romantic with some Disney paper plane magic in it. Academy award-winning short film.
Created by Wolfram Kampffmeyer and Sascha Geddert
A cute animated short about the shortness of life and to enjoy it while it lasts.
Script, voice, animation by Graham Murkett a.k.a. Some Grey Bloke
Hilarious and so simple. It has only one shot and simple animation, but the dialogue rocks it and it’s about Facebook, which most people can relate to.
Written and directed by Patrick Jean
An animation short where pixels of great 80's computer games take over the world. Adam Sandler liked the movie so much that he struck a deal with Patrick Jean to turn it into the feature film of the same name.