Under the shadowy threat of war, a young Ukrainian girl awaits a call from her father.
The black-and-white short earned its Oscars qualification by winning the Bruce Corwin Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
In the short, two kindred spirits cross paths in a world where all thoughts are on display for anyone to see.
The short was supported by the BFI and film hub North as part of a program championing the early careers of ambitious filmmakers in the U.K.
The Colombian short offers a novel visual representation of the imperfectness of memory.
Prizes were awarded in four categories: feature film, short film, tv series or special, and student film.
Part swashbuckling adventure story part queer love story, this fantasy short earned Oscars qualification at the New Hampshire Film Festival.
Spare, monochromatic pencil-on-paper illustrations create a heartwarming aesthetic to match the short’s charming story.
Saidan deeply personal short earned its Oscars qualification by winning the jury award at the New York International Children’s Film Festival.
Skybound Entertainment is reviving the legendary indie animation showcase.
‘Teacups’ is the true story of Don Ritchie, who, for almost half a century, approached people contemplating suicide at the edge of a cliff near his home.
A new widow mourns in her own unorthodox way in this dark comedy which won best animated short at Nashville.
The family friendly short, which features a cast of not-so-spooky monsters, arrives just in time for Halloween.
The short was created by Calarts alum Zach Tolchinsky, who had to finish it in his living room after the pandemic shut down production.
Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach’s feature won the jury and audience awards, while Tal Kantor’s ‘Letter to a Pig’ won best short.
The 2d horror-thriller unspools in colonial Mexico where a Spanish priest must seek healing from the natives he once condemned.
The short was produced by Clubcamping in Argentina and back by internet activist group Vero from Brazil.
The film earned its Oscars qualification by winning the best Slovak animated short award at Fest Anča International Animation Festival.
Five features fill out this year’s too-close-to-call animated feature category, while only one animated short made this year’s list.
‘Miserable Miracle’ earned Oscars qualification by winning Ottawa’s grand prize for an animated short.