Movie Break: Award Winning Animated Short Films



Maestro was written, produced and directed by a Hungarian artist called Géza M. Tóth in 2005. It was nominated for Best Animated Short Film during the 79th Academy Awards in 2007.


It was written, designed and directed by Tim Burton and Rick Heinrichs in 1982. The film is narrated by Vincent Price, a life-long idol and inspiration for Burton.


Imago is a French short film, inspired by the concept of the inner child and the cycle of life. It was written and directed by Cédric Babouche. It was the Small Golden Rail winner at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005.

Sebastian’s voodoo

It was made by Joaquín Baldwin in 2008. He’s an Annie Award nominee director and animator from Paraguay. This piece is a 3D animation, created at the UCLA Animation Workshop. The music was composed by Nick Fevola.

For the birds

For the birds is an Oscar winner. It was produced by Pixar Animation Studios, written and directed by Ralph Eggleston in 2000. The first four birds actually have names and individual characteristics: Chipper, Bully, Snob and Neurotic (from left to right).

Tree for two

Tree for two is a student film, completed in 8 months at Emily Carr Instutute of Art and Design in 2006 by Joel Furtado, who lives and works in Canada.

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