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26. Rob Valley Talks About His Epic New Film ‘Pear Cider and Cigarettes’ (Exclusive Trailer Premiere)

Best known for his work on projects like "Gorillaz" and "Tron: Uprising," Robert Valley is making a statement of his own with an electrifying new project.

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27. Interview: Richard Williams Talks About His Oscar and BAFTA-Nominated Short ‘Prologue’

"Prologue," he says, "is the only thing so far in my career that I've ever been really been pleased with."

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28. 2016 Oscar Nominations: Animation Analysis

Low-budget features and South American contenders are competing alongside Pixar this year.

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29. Don Hertzfeldt’s ‘World of Tomorrow’ Selected Best Animated Short of 2015

Don Hertzfeldt comes out on top in a survey of international animation experts.

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30. Moth Collective’s ‘Forest 500’ Animates The Reality of Rainforest Destruction

Can a sweet but smart cartoon help stop the 500 companies, investors, and governments deforesting the Earth to crisis?

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31. Claude Cloutier: The Challenges of Making Cars Sing in ‘Carface’

Claude Cloutier explains the challenges of animating inanimate objects and shares never-before-seen drawings from throughout the filmmaking process.

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32. Cordell Barker: My God-like Process On ‘If I Was God’

Cordell Barker, the two-time Oscar-nominated director of "The Cat Came Back" and "Strange Invaders," guides Cartoon Brew readers through the challenges of making a mixed-media animated short.

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33. Slamdance 2016 Animation Selections Revealed

Get a preview of all the animated shorts coming to the 22nd edition of Slamdance next month.

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34. Take a Look at Sundance’s 2016 Animated Short Selections

Seventeen animated shorts were selected for the Sundance Film Festival's short film categories this year.

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35. BREAKING: Academy Announces 10 Animated Shorts Advance to Oscar Shortlist

Here's the list of 10 short films that have been shortlisted for an Oscar.

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36. 12 Animated Shorts Make The 2016 César Awards Shortlist

France's highest film honor will select its animated short nominees from among these 12 films.

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37. Five Comments on Hamilton

If you're like me, you probably spent some portion of the last six months watching your online acquaintance slowly become consumed with (or by) something called Hamilton.  And then when you looked it up it turned to be a musical playing halfway around the world that you will probably never see.  But something strange and surprising is happening around Hamilton--a race-swapped, hip-hop musical

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38. ‘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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39. Crimson Peak

The first thing you notice about Crimson Peak is how deliberately, consciously old-fashioned it is.  This is a movie that starts with the camera zooming in on the cloth-bound cover of a book bearing the film's title, and whose scene breaks (chapter breaks, we should say) are signaled by irising in on a prop or a character's face, as if we were watching an old-timey silent film.  The second thing

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40. Oscar Judging Starts This Weekend, Follow Along with Our Exclusive Award Tracker

Which animated short films qualified? Find out in our exclusive Award Tracker.

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41. Online Premiere: ‘Driving’ by Nate Theis

Tensions build to an explosive breaking point for a group of automobile drivers in Nate Theis' satirical new short "Driving."

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42. Ralph Bakshi’s ‘Last Days of Coney Island’ Will Premiere on Vimeo

The renegade animation director will debut the project online on his 77th birthday.

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43. The Martian

When coming to write about The Martian, Ridley Scott's space/disaster/survival movie about an astronaut stranded on Mars, it's hard to resist the impulse to draw comparisons.  The Martian is perhaps best-described as a cross between Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity and Robert Zemeckis's Cast Away.  Its focus on the engineering challenges that survival on Mars poses for hero Mark Watney, and on the

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44. The Brothers Quay Take Christopher Nolan’s ‘Quay’ Documentary On Tour

"Inception" director Christopher Nolan is helping people discover the animated films of the Quay brothers.

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45. ‘Tako Faito!’ by Giant Ant

A modern samurai encounters a huge tentacle. They fight.

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46. ‘Cosmos Laundromat: First Cycle’ by Mathieu Auvray

On a desolate island, suicidal sheep Franck meets his fate in a quirky salesman, who offers him the gift of a lifetime.

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47. ‘Makeshift Satellite’ by Cody Walzel

Oslo's trailer park home falls into a sinkhole, and he must choose between a life of warm simplicity and rigid luxury.

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48. Moonbot Enters the Oscars Race with ‘Taking Flight’

Premiering September 18 in West L.A., 'Taking Flight' is a whimsical tribute to the life of Radio Flyer wagon inventor, Antonio Pasin.

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49. Richard Williams Reveals Trailer for New Film ‘Prologue’

Williams has worked for years to complete this hand-drawn six-minute short, animated entirely by himself.

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50. Torill Kove On Winning A Norwegian Honor, Her Next Film, and Personal Identity

The Montreal-based animator is accruing recognition for animated films that make audiences think and feel across geographical boundaries.

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