Oscar Nominated Shorts 2021 - Animation

Showings

O Cinema South Beach Fri, Apr 2 6:00 PM
O Cinema South Beach Sat, Apr 3 12:05 PM
O Cinema South Beach Sun, Apr 4 12:05 PM
O Cinema South Beach Mon, Apr 5 6:00 PM
O Cinema South Beach Tue, Apr 6 6:00 PM
O Cinema South Beach Wed, Apr 7 6:00 PM
O Cinema South Beach Thu, Apr 8 6:00 PM

Description

For the 16th consecutive year, Shorts HD and Magnolia Pictures present the Oscar-Nominated Short Films! With all three categories offered – Live Action, Animated and Documentary – this is your annual chance to predict the winners (and have the edge in your Oscar pool)! A perennial hit with audiences around the country and the world, so don’t miss this year’s standout selection of stellar shorts!

 

BURROW
A young rabbit tries to build the burrow of her dreams, becoming embarrassed each time she accidentally digs into a neighbor’s home.
(Directed by Madeline Sharafian/Michael Capbarat, 2020, USA, 6 mins., Not Rated)

 

GENIUS LOCI
One night, Reine, a young loner, sees the urban chaos as a mystical oneness that seems alive, like some sort of guide.
(Directed by Adrien Mérigeau & Amauray Ovise / 2020 / France / 16 mins / Not Rated)

 

IF ANYTHING HAPPENS, I LOVE YOU
In the aftermath of tragedy, two grieving parents journey through an emotional void as they mourn the loss of a child.
(Directed by Will McCormack & Michael Govier / 2020 / USA / 12 mins / Not Rated)

 

OPERA
The history, structures and rhythms of human history are seen through a glorious, massive pyramid.
(Directed by Erick Oh / 2020 / South Korea / 9 mins / Not Rated)

 

YES-PEOPLE
One morning an eclectic mix of people faces the everyday battle – such as work, school and dish-washing.  As the day progresses, their relationships are tested and ultimately, their capacity to cope.
(Directed by Gísli Darri Halldórsson & Arnar Gunnarsson / 2020 / Iceland / 8 mins / Not Rated)

 

PLUS, these selections from the shortlist:

 

THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE
A tiny snail goes on an amazing journey by hitching a ride on the tail of a huge humpback whale.
(Directed by Max Lang, Daniel Snaddon & Suzanne Lang / 2020 / UK & Germany / 26 mins / Not Rated)

 

KAPAEMAHU
Long ago, four extraordinary beings of dual male and female spirt brought the healing arts to Hawaii and imbued their powers in four giant boulders.   The stones will stand on Waikiki Beach, but their true story has been hidden – until now.
(Directed by Dean Hamer, Joe Wilson & Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu / 2020 / USA / 8 mins / Not Rated)

 

TO GERARD
A sprightly elderly man brightens the day of a little girl through magic.
(Directed by Taylor Meacham / 2020 / USA / 7 mins / Not Rated)

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