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The love life of a man as told through the meals he gives his adopted dog, Winston.


Patrick Osborne


Nicole Mitchell (story), Raymond S. Persi (story) | 1 more credit »
Won 1 Oscar. Another 2 wins. See more awards »





Complete credited cast:
Stephen Apostolina ... Additional Characters (voice)
Kirk Baily ... Additional Characters (voice)
Ben Bledsoe ... Additional Characters (voice)
David Cowgill ... Additional Characters (voice)
Terri Douglas ... Additional Characters (voice)
Fuschia! ... Additional Characters (voice)
Jackie Gonneau Jackie Gonneau ... Additional Characters (voice)
Katie Lowes ... Kirby (voice)
Brandon Scott ... Additional Characters (voice)
Adam Shapiro ... Additional Characters (voice)
Tommy Snider ... James (voice)
Mark Allan Stewart Mark Allan Stewart ... Additional Characters (voice)


Abandoned on the streets, a lively and always hungry Boston Terrier, during his night escapades for food in the dumpsters encounters a kind-hearted man who decides to take him home, naming him Winston. At last, now Winston can have all the food in the world, and as the years go by, so will his diet evolve. Written by Nick Riganas

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Did You Know?


The second time that Winston was eating dog food, his you see a side view of his bowl that says 'Wins' and then when he is eating bacon and eggs, his bowl shows a view from the opposite side that says 'ston' this us the first indicator that Winston was the dog's name See more »

Crazy Credits

The Disney logo appears on Winston's plate, with a squirt of ketchup making its arc. See more »


Edited into The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2015: Animation (2015) See more »

User Reviews

I Love it! Short movie but has a deep message!
8 November 2014 | by unemotoseichiSee all my reviews

When I was waiting for Big Hero 6, this short movie was first shown before Big Hero 6 starts.

Feast made me cry, and made me love my Dogs even more! Feast was short BUT it has a so Deep Message!

Because I have 2 Dogs (Family) and it saddens me leaving them because I have to go to another country and will be staying there forever.

I was thinking if I'll plan to return to visit back our house, it would probably take 10-20 years before I visit, I was thinking, will I ever still see my dogs again? Will I be able to still hug, kiss, and feel their presence ever again? There's a chance I would return for visit, but it would take longer, but I'm so worried because of the span of time and their span of life.

I had my dogs almost for 2 years, and for me, it wasn't enough to show HOW I Love Them! now that I'm leaving.

I'm a little bit comfortable of their safety, since my Dad will be left to take good care of them.

But I really wish, once I return, I could still see them, feel their love, feel their presence, kiss & hug them, and see more of them ^_^

Thats why when I saw this short movie, it made me cry a little (I'm a man)

Also its a Great short Movie!

I Love you Tobi & Bb!(my 2 dogs/family)

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Release Date:

7 November 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Feast See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Atmos | Datasat (uncredited)



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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