BEST OF THE FEST 2010: Audience Animation Favorites

BEST OF THE FEST 2010: Audience Animation Favorites
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Best of the Fest
Monday, June 28, 12:00 PM
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BEST OF THE FEST 2010: Audience Animation Favorites
90 Minute Running Time

The best animation of ShortFest as voted by the audience.


Packaged Films...


Barko   

Barko
USA, 2010, 8 min.
After a not-so-pleasant stint in the circus, Barko is only too happy to find an owner who treats him like a dog.... more



Flawed   

Flawed
Canada, 2010, 12 min.
Artist/filmmaker Andrea Dorfman's drawings burst colorfully into life as she animates the story of her long distance relationship with a man whose profession, plastic surgery, gives her plenty of fodder.... more



The Gruffalo   

The Gruffalo
United Kingdom, 2009, 27 min.
Helena Bonham-Carter, Robbie Coltraine, Tom Wilkinson and John Hurt lend their voices to this animated fable about a mouse who wanders into the woods in search of nuts and very nearly ends up being served in a soup instead.... more



A Lost and Found Box of Human Sensation   

A Lost and Found Box of Human Sensation
Germany, 2010, 14 min.
Ian McKellan narrates and Joseph Fiennes stars in this story of a young man who, when his father dies unexpectedly, goes on a powerful emotional journey through time and space, seeking to cope with his grief.... more



Ormie   

Ormie
Canada, 2009, 4 min.
Ormie the Pig has a simple, obsessive goal: to get the cookies that are just out of reach on top of the refrigerator.... more



Poppy   

Poppy
New Zealand, 2009, 11 min.
Based on true events, two WWI soldiers are faced with a dilemma when they find a baby in a muddy ditch under its dead parents. To save or not to save?... more



Urs   

Urs
Germany, 2009, 10 min.
A man carries his mother up a mountain in this animated tale of a dutiful son intent upon finding a better life for both of them.... more





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