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1. Maxwell Atoms Reveals Lost Student Film That Inspired ‘Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy’

Watch the humble beginnings of the vintage Cartoon Network series.

The post Maxwell Atoms Reveals Lost Student Film That Inspired ‘Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy’ appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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2. ‘L’Hydre d’Or’ by Max Litvinov

A student film by Max Litvinov made with gouache and markers.

The post ‘L’Hydre d’Or’ by Max Litvinov appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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3. ‘Zdravstvuite!’ by Yoko Yuki

On a summer day an strange man who teaches Russian at the beach took me to a town.

The post ‘Zdravstvuite!’ by Yoko Yuki appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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4. ‘Mind the Cat’ by Elena Schönfeld and Martine Ulmer

In a world inhabited by strange creatures, a cat endeavors to find her place within it.

The post ‘Mind the Cat’ by Elena Schönfeld and Martine Ulmer appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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5. ‘Meanwhile’ by Stephen McNally

"Meanwhile" follows four characters traversing a city, each lost in their own separate worlds, trapped in their memories, regrets and frustrations.

The post ‘Meanwhile’ by Stephen McNally appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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6. ‘Lucy and The Limbs’ by Edlyn Capulong

Lucy, who lived in the pines, was once bored out of her mind, but what she would discover was a thing like no other: an unexpected friend she would find.

The post ‘Lucy and The Limbs’ by Edlyn Capulong appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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7. ‘The Present’ by Jacob Frey

Jake would rather spend his time playing videogames indoors until his mum decides to give him a present.

The post ‘The Present’ by Jacob Frey appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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8. ‘Whoosh’ by Julien Grande

A fisherman in a storm has a strange encounter.

The post ‘Whoosh’ by Julien Grande appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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9. ‘Ed’ by Taha Neyestani

Our Pick of the Day is the winner of this year's Annie Award for best student film.

The post ‘Ed’ by Taha Neyestani appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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10. ‘Merkur’ by Supinfocom

On a desert planet, the natives are running away from the menacing shadow of the night.

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11. ‘The Casebook of Nips & Porkington’ by Melody Wang

A mouse and pig are members of the constabulary who go on a quest to return a stolen egg to its distraught parents.

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12. ‘Wire Cutters’ by Jack Anderson

A chance encounter proves fateful for two robots mining on a desolate planet.

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13. ‘But Milk is Important’ by Anna Mantzaris and Eirik Gronmo Bjornsen

A man with social phobia gets followed by a naive and clumsy creature.

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14. ‘Que Dalle’

Four children devise a plan to avenge Elliott on the lunch lady.

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15. ‘Chiaroscuro’ by Daniel Drummond

As two organisms compete for the one light amid the darkness, their story reveals the volatile nature of power.

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16. ‘Half Wet’ by Sophie Koko Gate

We are all born as wet as a banana, around 75% water.

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17. Four top tips about student finance

Starting University can be daunting. For most, becoming a University student is the beginning of a new academic challenge and social life. However, with these exciting ventures comes financial responsibility.

The post Four top tips about student finance appeared first on OUPblog.

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18. ‘Giant Robots From Outer Space,’ A Supinfocom Student Film

In the 1950s, earth is invaded by a mechanical menace. Love emerges between a man, a woman, and a giant robot from outer space.

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19. ‘The Pride of Strathmoor’ by Einar Baldvin

In Einar Baldvin's Slamdance-winning short, pastor John Deitman descends into madness during the summer of 1927.

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20. ‘Domestic Appliances’ by Lewis Firth Bolton

A short film about people with unusual living arrangements.

The post ‘Domestic Appliances’ by Lewis Firth Bolton appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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21. ‘Spada, Bandit of Honor’ by Pauline Nicoli

An old man tells the story of his childhood in Corsica, and how his father crossed paths with Andre Spada, a notorious bandit in the 30s, when he arrested him.

The post ‘Spada, Bandit of Honor’ by Pauline Nicoli appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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22. ‘Loop Ring Chop Drink’ by Nicolas Ménard

The mundane story of a heartbroken man, an online gambling addict, an alcoholic kleptomaniac, and an anxious loner living in the same apartment building.

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23. ‘Insolation’ by Morgane Le Péchon

It is a hot Sunday by the lake. His father is fishing, his mother is sunbathing, and Irvine envisions a magnificent death for himself.

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24. ‘Hot Bod’ by Claire van Ryzin

A lonely man drinks a glass of water that changes his life.

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25. ‘Still Life’ by Kevin Eskew

Et tu doggy?

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