The studio’s new SparkShorts film director forgoes 3D/CG, choosing instead a charming, hand-drawn, classic children’s book design to tell a young rabbit’s story of learning it’s OK to ask others for help.
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Heading into this coming Oscar Sunday on February 9th, catchup on AWN’s coverage of the films and creative teams nominated for this year’s Best Animated Short Film.
Contenders in the animated feature, animated short film and visual effects categories share their initial reactions to their nominations for Oscar gold.
Dean DeBlois’ ‘How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World,’ Jérémy Clapin’s ‘I Lost My Body,’ Sergio Pablos’ ‘Klaus,’ Chris Butler’s ‘Missing Link,’ and Josh Cooley’s ‘Toy Story 4’ receive nominations for Best Animated Feature.
Rosana Sullivan and Kathryn Hendrickson’s heartwarming short, about an unlikely connection between a stray kitten and pit bull, deftly illustrates the inherent beauty and power of 2D animated storytelling.
Voting for nominations closes January 7; VFX and Animated Short Film categories whittled down to 10 films each.
One of the first three short films to emerge from the studio’s Sparkshorts experimental storytelling initiative, ‘Kitbull’ is directed by Rosana Sullivan and produced by Kathryn Hendrickson.
First short film from the studio’s Sparkshorts experimental storytelling initiative is directed by Kristen Lester and produced by Gillian Libbert-Duncan.