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Oscar: 10 Animated Shorts Move Ahead

1 December 2010 1:08 AM, PST | Deadline Hollywood | See recent Deadline Hollywood news »

Beverly Hills, CA — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 animated short films will advance in the voting process for the 83rd Academy Awards. Thirty-three pictures had originally qualified in the category. The 10 films are listed below in alphabetical order by title, with their production company: “The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger” Bill Plympton, director (Bill Plympton Studio) “Coyote Falls,” Matthew O’Callaghan, director Sam Register, executive producer (Warner Bros. Animation Inc.) “Day & Night,” Teddy Newton, director (Pixar Animation Studios) “The Gruffalo,” Jakob Schuh and Max Lang, directors (Magic Light Pictures) “Let’s Pollute,” Geefwee Boedoe, story-design-animation (Geefwee Boedoe) “The Lost Thing,” Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann, directors (Passion Pictures Australia) “Madagascar, Carnet de Voyage (Madagascar, a Journey Diary),” Bastien Dubois, director (Sacrebleu Productions) “Sensology,” Michel Gagne, director-producer (Gagne International LLC) “The Silence beneath the Bark,” Joanna Lurie, director (Lardux Films) “Urs,” Moritz Mayerhofer, »

- NIKKI FINKE

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Short films up for Oscars

30 November 2010 10:12 PM, PST | Corona's Coming Attractions | See recent Corona's Coming Attractions news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has announced the 10 contenders for winning an 2011 Oscar in both the animated and live-action short films categories.

In the animated category the nominees are:

"Day & Night", dir. Teddy Newton (Pixar) "Coyote Falls", dir. Matthew O'Callaghan (Warner Bros. Animation) "Sensology", dir. Michel Gagne "The Gruffalo", dir. Jakob Schuh, Max Lang "The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger", dir. Bill Plympton "Let's Pollute", dir. Geefwee Boedoe "The Lost Thing", dir. Shaun Tan, Andrew Ruhemann "Madagascar, Carnet de Voyage", dir. Bastien Dubois "The Silence Beneath the Bark", dir. Joanna Lurie "Urs", dir. Moritz Mayerhofer

 

In the live-action category the nominees are:

"Seeds of the Fall", dir. Patrik Eklund, Mathias Fjellstrom "The Confession", dir. Tanel Toom "God of Love", dir. Luke Matheny "Ana's Playground", dir. Eric D. Howell "Sma Barn, Stora Ord", dir. Lisa James Larsson, Andreas Emanuelsson "Wish 143", dir. Ian Barnes, Samantha Waite "The Six Dollar Fifty Man", dir. »

- Patrick Sauriol

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Oscar Short List for Best Live Action and Animated Short Films; Watch the Animated Shorts

30 November 2010 5:46 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have announced which live action and animated short films will be eligible for an Oscar nomination when the nominees are announced in a couple of months.  I’m not familiar with any of the live action shorts that made the list, but it’s nice to see the latest shorts from Pixar and Bill Plympton make the cut.  After the jump, you can see the full list, and I’ve also included the animated shorts that are available online:

Animated Shorts

Teaser for The Cow that Wanted to be a Hamburger

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Coyote Falls

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Day and Night

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Trailer for The Gruffalo

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Let’s Pollute

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The Lost Thing [Update: Video removed at the request of the producers. Click here to go to the film's official website.]

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Sensology

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Teaser for The Silence Beneath the Bark

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Trailer for Urs

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Live Action Shorts

Trailer for Aria’s Playground

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Here’s the full Oscar short list »

- Ramses Flores

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Oscar Watch: Animated Shorts – Short List!

30 November 2010 3:47 PM, PST | IMDb Blog - All the Latest | See recent IMDb Blog - All the Latest news »

The Academy Awards short lists are filing in these days. Check out the ten flicks that made the Animated Shorts list; three to five nominees will be chosen.

The 10 films are listed below in alphabetical order by title, with their production company:

•     “The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger,” Bill Plympton, director (Bill Plympton Studio)

•     “Coyote Falls,” Matthew O’Callaghan, director and Sam Register, executive producer (Warner Bros. Animation Inc.)

•     “Day & Night,” Teddy Newton, director (Pixar Animation Studios)

•     “The Gruffalo,” Jakob Schuh and Max Lang, directors (Magic Light Pictures)

•     “Let's Pollute,” Geefwee Boedoe, story-design-animation (Geefwee Boedoe)

•     “The Lost Thing,” Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann, directors (Passion Pictures Australia)

•     “Madagascar, Carnet de Voyage (Madagascar, a Journey Diary),” Bastien Dubois, director (Sacrebleu Productions)

•     “Sensology,” Michel Gagne, director-producer (Gagne International LLC)

•     “The Silence beneath the Bark,” Joanna Lurie, director (Lardux Films)

•     “Urs,” Moritz Mayerhofer, director (Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg) »

- Mark Englehart

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Academy announces short list for animated and live-action shorts

30 November 2010 12:17 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has just announced the shortlist of the ten animated and live-action shorts that will be considered for Oscar nominations. Three-five nominees will be chosen from each category and will be anounced along with the other nominations on January 25, 2011. The 83rd annual Academy Awards will take place on February 27, 2011 and will be hosted by Anne Hathaway and James Franco.

Here are the lists:

The animated shorts:

“The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger,” Bill Plympton, director (Bill Plympton Studio)

“Coyote Falls,” Matthew O’Callaghan, director and Sam Register, executive producer (Warner Bros. Animation Inc.)

“Day & Night,” Teddy Newton, director (Pixar Animation Studios)

The Gruffalo,” Jakob Schuh and Max Lang, directors (Magic Light Pictures)

“Let’s Pollute,” Geefwee Boedoe, story-design-animation (Geefwee Boedoe)

The Lost Thing,” Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann, directors (Passion Pictures Australia)

“Madagascar, Carnet de Voyage (Madagascar, a Journey Diary),” Bastien Dubois, »

- Erin Vandzura

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Oscar Finalists Announced for Animated and Live-Action Shorts

30 November 2010 11:59 AM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Awards season is definitely upon us, with the Gotham awards [1] and Independent Spirit nominations [2] kicking things off. Now the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced the shortlist of ten animated and live-action shorts that will be considered for Oscar nominations. Three to five nominees will be selected from each category, and the nominations will be announced along with all the other Oscar nominations on January 25 2011. Check out the full list of c0ontenders after the break. The 83rd Academy Awards will take place on February 27, 2011, hosted [3] by James Franco and Anne Hathaway. The animated shorts: "The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger," Bill Plympton, director (Bill Plympton Studio) "Coyote Falls," Matthew O’Callaghan, director and Sam Register, executive producer (Warner Bros. Animation Inc.) "Day & Night," Teddy Newton, director (Pixar Animation Studios) "The Gruffalo," Jakob Schuh and Max Lang, directors (Magic Light Pictures) "Let’s Pollute," Geefwee Boedoe, »

- Russ Fischer

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Pixar’s ‘Day & Night’ animation qualifies for Academy Awards

30 November 2010 11:45 AM, PST | Hollywoodnews.com | See recent Hollywoodnews.com news »

HollywoodNews.com: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 animated short films will advance in the voting process for the 83rd Academy Awards®. Thirty-three pictures had originally qualified in the category.

The 10 films are listed below in alphabetical order by title, with their production company:

“The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger,” Bill Plympton, director (Bill Plympton Studio)

“Coyote Falls,” Matthew O’Callaghan, director and Sam Register, executive producer (Warner Bros. Animation Inc.)

“Day & Night,” Teddy Newton, director (Pixar Animation Studios)

The Gruffalo,” Jakob Schuh and Max Lang, directors (Magic Light Pictures)

“Let’s Pollute,” Geefwee Boedoe, story-design-animation (Geefwee Boedoe)

The Lost Thing,” Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann, directors (Passion Pictures Australia)

“Madagascar, Carnet de Voyage (Madagascar, a Journey Diary),” Bastien Dubois, director (Sacrebleu Productions)

“Sensology,” Michel Gagne, director-producer (Gagne International LLC)

“The Silence beneath the Bark,” Joanna Lurie, director (Lardux Films)

Urs,” Moritz Mayerhofer, »

- Linny Lum

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Shortlist for Best Animated Shorts

30 November 2010 10:16 AM, PST | AwardsDaily.com | See recent AwardsDaily news »

From 33 titles, AMPAS has narrowed the list down to 10 films that will advance in the voting process for Best Animated Short. (thanks Kevin K.) “The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger, »

- Ryan Adams

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Academy Shortlists Ten Animated and Ten Live Action Shorts

30 November 2010 10:09 AM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces ten Animated Shorts, of thirty-three qualifying entries, and ten Live Action shorts, of seventy-six entries, that will move on to the voting process for the final Academy Award nominations to be announced on January 25 for the 83rd Annual Oscar presentation on February 27. Ten films in each category, as chosen by the Short Films and Feature Animation Branch Reviewing Committee, are listed below: Animated Short: • “The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger,” Bill Plympton, director (Bill Plympton Studio) • “Coyote Falls,” Matthew O’Callaghan, director and Sam Register, executive producer (Warner Bros. Animation Inc.) • “Day & Night,” Teddy Newton, director (Pixar Animation Studios) • “The Gruffalo,” Jakob Schuh and Max Lang, directors (Magic »

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10 Animated Shorts Move Ahead in 2010 Oscar Race

30 November 2010 10:04 AM, PST | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Beverly Hills, CA . The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 animated short films will advance in the voting process for the 83rd Academy Awards®. Thirty-three pictures had originally qualified in the category.

The 10 films are listed below in alphabetical order by title, with their production company:

.The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger,. Bill Plympton, director (Bill Plympton Studio) .Coyote Falls,. Matthew O.Callaghan, director and Sam Register, executive producer (Warner Bros. Animation Inc.) .Day & Night,. Teddy Newton, director (Pixar Animation Studios) .The Gruffalo,. Jakob Schuh and Max Lang, directors (Magic Light Pictures) .Let.s Pollute,. Geefwee Boedoe, story-design-animation (Geefwee Boedoe) .The Lost Thing,. Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann, directors (Passion Pictures Australia) .Madagascar, Carnet de Voyage (Madagascar, a Journey Diary),. Bastien Dubois, director (Sacrebleu Productions) .Sensology,. Michel Gagne, director-producer (Gagne International LLC) .The Silence beneath the Bark,. Joanna Lurie, director (Lardux Films) .Urs,. Moritz Mayerhofer, »

- Michelle McCue

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Preview and Vote On Which Animated Shorts You Think Should be Nominated for the 2011 Oscar

30 November 2010 9:49 AM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the short list of 10 animated short films that will advance in the voting process for the 83rd Academy Awards. I already showed you video for 31 of the 33 pictures that originally qualified in the category, which you can still check out right here and I have just pulled over the ten that qualified for this piece.

The 10 films are listed below in alphabetical order by title, with their production company and at the end of the article I've included a poll for you to vote on three of the films to continue on as official nominees. The Cow Who Wanted To Be A Hamburger Director: Bill Plympton

Bill Plympton Studio

United States, 2010, 6 min

Filmmaker's website

Coyote Falls Director: Matthew O'Callaghan

Warner Bros. Animation Inc.

United States, 2010, 3 min

Filmmaker's website

Day and Night Director: Teddy Newton

Pixar Animation Studios

United States, 2010, 6 min

Filmmaker's »

- Brad Brevet

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The Animated and Live Action Shorts Moving Ahead at the Oscars

30 November 2010 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences today announced that 10 animated and 10 live action short films will advance in the voting process for the 83rd Academy Awards®. The animated shorts: "The Cow Who Wanted to Be a Hamburger," Bill Plympton, director (Bill Plympton Studio) "Coyote Falls," Matthew O.Callaghan, director and Sam Register, executive producer (Warner Bros. Animation Inc.) "Day & Night," Teddy Newton, director (Pixar Animation Studios) "The Gruffalo," Jakob Schuh and Max Lang, directors (Magic Light Pictures) "Let.s Pollute," Geefwee Boedoe, story-design-animation (Geefwee Boedoe) "The Lost Thing," Shaun Tan and Andrew Ruhemann, directors (Passion Pictures Australia) »

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Preview All 33 of 2010's Oscar-Qualifying Animated Shorts

24 November 2010 7:59 PM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Cartoon Brew has debuted the list of the thirty-three films up for consideration in the Best Animated Short category for the upcoming 2011 Oscars and I have done my very best to find a video for each and every one. Unfortunately I wasn't able to find anything for Rao Heidmets's Inherent Obligations or Don Hertzfeldt's Wisdom Teeth so if anyone out there can help find video for those either let me know in the comments or shoot me an email.

Otherwise, spend some time over the next three pages to preview some really cool videos. I had a chance to preview a few of them while putting this article together, but have yet to check them all out. So let me know which ones are your favorites and which ones don't really do it for you.

Additionally, if any of the people that made these films are reading this »

- Brad Brevet

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'Fantastic Mr. Fox' nabs top prizes at Annecy

13 June 2010 7:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Paris – Wes Anderson's "Fantastic Mr. Fox" outfoxed the competition at the 50th Annecy International Animation Film Festival with the film taking top prizes the Cristal for best feature and the Audience Award as the festival ended its six-day run on Saturday night.

Dominique Monfery's "Eleanor's Secret" earned a Special Distinction award in the feature category whose jury included Ari Folman, Tim Rice and Manuela Schobel-Lumb.

Johannes Weiland and Uwe Heidschotter's German title "The Little Boy and the Beast" won the Cristal award for best TV production, Jakob Schuh and Max Lang took home the prize for best TV special for "The Gruffalo," and Michel Ocelot's French show "Dragons and Princesses" was crowned best TV series.

The animation fest aged gracefully with a 10% jump to 7,300 participants for its 50th edition. The parallel Mifa market also saw its attendance figures jump 16% and exhibitors increasing by 20%.

As more than 150,000 public »

- By Rebecca Leffler

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The Hurt Locker wins six BAFTAs including Best Film

21 February 2010 10:36 PM, PST | DearCinema.com | See recent DearCinema.com news »

The Hurt Locker was named Best Film at the British Academy Film Awards, held at London’s Royal Opera House. The film also won five other awards: Director for Kathryn Bigelow, the first woman to win the award, Original Screenplay, Cinematography, Editing and Sound.

Avatar won the BAFTAs for Production Design and Special Visual Effects. Up took home the awards for Animated Film and Music. The Young Victoria won the Costume Design and Make Up & Hair awards.

Carey Mulligan was awarded the BAFTA for Leading Actress for An Education. The Supporting Actress BAFTA went to Mo’Nique for her role in Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire. Colin Firth won the Leading Actor award for A Single Man and the Supporting Actor award was presented to Christoph Waltz for Inglourious Basterds. All four were first-time winners.

Up in the Air won the BAFTA for Adapted Screenplay. A Prophet »

- NewsDesk

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British Academy Loves "The Hurt Locker!" Iraq War Drama Tops BAFTA Awards!

21 February 2010 6:15 PM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" was the big winner at the 2010 Orange British Academy Awards. The Iraq War drama won best film, best director, best original screenplay, best cinematography, best sound and best editing.

"Avatar," nominated in eight categories, won the special visual effects and production design awards.

Colin Firth for "A Single Man" was named best actor, while Carey Mulligan received the best actress award for "An Education." Mo'Nique and Christoph Walt continued to dominated the awards season as each picked up the best supporting actress and actor awards respectively.

2009 BAFTA Awards Winners (highlighted)

Academy Fellowship

Vanessa Redgrave

Outstanding British Contribution To Cinema

Joe Dunton

Best Film

Avatar James Cameron, Jon Landau

An Education Finola Dwyer, Amanda Posey

The Hurt Locker Kathryn Bigelow, Mark Boal, Nicolas Chartier, Greg Shapiro

Precious: Based On The Novel Push By Sapphire Lee Daniels, Sarah Siegel-Magness, Gary Magness

Up In The Air Ivan Reitman, »

- Manny

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British Academy Film Awards: The Winners

21 February 2010 12:58 PM, PST | Screenrush | See recent Screenrush news »

As the great and good are quickly ushered out of London's salubrious Royal Opera House, shoved into the nearest waiting limo and whisked to their respective after-show parties, the time has come to tally and take stock of the big winners at this year's British Academy Film Awards.

As with all of the major films awards of 2010 thus far, the big battle at this year's Baftas was between James Cameron's Avatar and his ex-wife Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker and the big winner on the night was Ms Bigelow who blew away all the competition with a grand total of six awards including (surprisingly but brilliantly) Best Film and Best Director. Avatar, meanwhile, was relegated to two relatively minor awards for Best Production Design and Best Special Effects.

Quite how this will affect the runners and the riders for this year's Oscars remains to be seen but it »

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The 2010 Orange BAFTA Award Winners Updated Here Live!

21 February 2010 10:00 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Well, here we are Live at the 2010 Orange BAFTA Awards and I can’t describe what the atmosphere is like. We’re currently waiting for the awards themselves to start and while you’re getting your beverage of choice, check out the photos that I took from the red carpet which I’ll get posted here as fast as I can.

I’ve placed all the nominees below and we’ll be updating them as each winner is announced live from the awards. Each time a winner is announced, I’ll change the winner to bold and red so that you can spot them easily.

Remember, this is a completely interactive evening so please comment on what you think of the results, check out our live tweets here and discuss away as much as you can. Remember to hash-tag your tweets with #BAFTA and then they’ll be easy to »

- David Sztypuljak

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