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An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It (2022) Short Film Review

An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It (2022) Short Film Review

An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It (2022)Director: Lachlan PendragonScreenwriter: Lachlan PendragonStarring: Lachlan Pendragon, John Cavanagh, Michael Richard, Jamie Trotter What a breath of fresh air this 11-minute short film is. What a joyful expression of artistry. An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think […]

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The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse (2022) Short Film Review

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse (2022) Short Film Review

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse (2022)Directors: Peter Baynton, Charlie MackesyScreenwriters: Charlie Mackesy, Jon CrokerStarring: Jude Coward Nicoll, Tom Hollander, Idris Elba, Gabriel Byrne The BBC and Apple TV+ animated children’s story book The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse is 2023’s all-star offering in the Oscars’ Animated Short category,

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Kintsugi (2022) Short Film Review

Kintsugi (2022) Short Film Review

Kintsugi (2022) Director: Cleto Acosta-McKillop Screenwriters: Cleto Acosta-McKillop, Quinn Blackshere, Loretta Keresen, Christian Acosta-McKillop The world is a dark and forbidding place at times, and there seems little room for fun. When films like Kintsugi show up, therefore, the world can seem a little bit brighter and a little more refreshed. A beautiful and heartfelt

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Robin Robin (2021) Short Film Review

Robin Robin (2021) Short Film Review

Robin Robin (2021) Directors: Daniel Ojari, Michael Please Screenwriters: Daniel Ojari, Michael Please, Sam Morrison Starring: Bronte Carmichael, Richard E. Grant, Gillian Anderson, Adeel Akhtar, Amira Macey-Michael Aardman Animation are world-renowned for offering some of the most imaginative and critically acclaimed stop motion animated films ever made. Their repertoire in the feature length realm includes

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The Windshield Wiper (2021) Short Film Review

The Windshield Wiper (2021) Short Film Review

The Windshield Wiper (2021) Director: Alberto Mielgo Screenwriter: Alberto Mielgo Starring: Eboni Adams, Kara Dyan Whitfield, Fanny Rosen, Charlie Bean, Jake Bercovici, Zachary Rosencrantz, Andrew Calder, Anca Tiribeia, Alberto Mielgo Spanish animator and artist Alberto Mielgo has offered a beautiful pastel-aesthetic animated short project in The Windshield Wiper that has been so articulately put together and

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Burrow (2020) Short Film Review

Burrow (2020) Short Film Review

Burrow (2020) Director: Madeline Sharafian Screenwriter: Madeline Sharafian It’s short, Disney-sweet and representative of our times. That’s why Pixar SparkShorts’ Burrow is an Oscar nominee for Animated Short in 2021. Madeline Sharafian’s self-penned 6 minute short film centres on the characteristic Disney formula, offering a short but hearty narrative about learning a wholesome lesson. Burrow is

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Genius Loci (2021) Short Film Review

Genius Loci (2021) Short Film Review

Genius Loci (2021) Director: Adrien Merigeau Screenwriters: Adrien Merigeau, Nicolas Pleskof Starring: Nadia Moussa, Georgia Cusack, Jina Djemba French animation Genius Loci is unlike anything you’ll see in mainstream western animation. Conducted by screenwriter-director Adrien Merigeau and realised visually by Belgian artistic director Brecht Evens, this Animated Short nominee at the 2021 Oscars is abstract and ever-evolving,

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Kitbull Disney Pixar Animation

Kitbull – Oscar Nominated Animated Short Review

Kitbull (2019/2020) Director: Rosana Sullivan Screenwriter: Rosana Sullivan Disney Pixar’s 2020 Oscars Animated Short nominee is Rosana Sullivan’s emotive Kitbull, a film about a cat and a dog who discover one another, overcome boundaries (some obvious and some less obvious) and inevitably become friends, in another of the studio’s terrifically moving short films. A malnourished kitten

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