Not surprising at all is the fact that Pixar’s short, “Sanjay’s Super Team” is at the head of the pack for Best Animated Short. I’ve also heard “World Of Tomorrow” is quite good. Other than that, I have not seen any of these films and can pass no judgment, although I look forward to seeing all the ones that get nominated. It’s interesting to note the short that played before Pixar’s “Inside Out” entitled “Lava” was not one of the final ten.

  1. “Bear Story (Historia De Un Oso),” Gabriel Osorio, director, and Pato Escala, producer (Punkrobot Animation Studio)
  2. “Carface (Autos Portraits),” Claude Cloutier, director (National Film Board of Canada)
  3. “If I Was God…,” Cordell Barker, director (National Film Board of Canada)
  4. “Love in the Time of March Madness,” Melissa Johnson and Robertino Zambrano, directors (High Hip Productions and KAPWA Studioworks)
  5. “My Home,” Phuong Mai Nguyen, director (Papy3D Productions)
  6. “An Object at Rest,” Seth Boyden, director (California Institute of the Arts)
  7. “Prologue,” Richard Williams, director, and Imogen Sutton, producer (Animation Masterclass)
  8. “Sanjay’s Super Team,” Sanjay Patel, director, and Nicole Grindle, producer (Pixar Animation Studios)
  9. “We Can’t Live without Cosmos,” Konstantin Bronzit, director (Melnitsa Animation Studio)
  10. “World of Tomorrow,” Don Hertzfeldt, director (Bitter Films)

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