Charlotte Boisson

The Best Short Films

Why Watch? The less said about this one, the better the experience, but suffice it to say that the animation is vibrant and incredibly bald. It’s a long strange twist into the mind of a man locked up in a padded room, desperately afraid of being forced out. And, of course, the man in the little white coat who will try his best to rip him violently out of his safety zone. What does it cost? Just 7 minutes of your time. Check out Get Out for yourself:


Sunday Shorts

I’m a big fan of live action shorts, but I’ll readily admit that I have a tendency to lean toward the animated variety. I love Pixar, not only for the incredible animation, but for the writing that gives their films so much heart. A really strong animated short can give you that in perfect doses. Full-length is great, but I truly believe it takes some incredible skill to lend fifteen minutes or less of film enough heart and gravity to make the viewer want to watch again and share what they found with all of their friends. Today, I’m sharing one such video with all of you.

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published: 01.28.2015
published: 01.28.2015
published: 01.28.2015
published: 01.27.2015

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