Animated Shorts

Some articles on animated shorts, shorts, short:

History - Adult Animation Festivals in The United States
... In 1988, San Francisco exhibitor Expanded Cinema screened a compilation of adult-oriented animated shorts under the title "Outrageous Animation" ... as containing "the wildest cartoons ever", the screenings contained shorts produced outside the United States, as well as independently produced American shorts ... The festival screened newer independent shorts, as well as older shorts such as Bambi Meets Godzilla and Thank You Mask Man ...
Sarah Natochenny - Filmography - Animated Shorts
... Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 Animated Trailer - Elesa. ...
Short Film - Modern Era
... A few animated shorts continue within mainstream commercial distribution ... For instance, Pixar has screened a short along each of its feature films during its initial theatrical run since 1995 (producing shorts permanently since 2001) ... Disney acquired Pixar in 2005, Disney has also produced animated shorts since 2007 with the Goofy short How to Hook Up Your Home Theater and produced a series of ...
List Of Who Framed Roger Rabbit Media - Animated Shorts - Trail Mix-Up
... Coaster Rabbit Trail Mix-Up, the third and last of the Roger Rabbit shorts, was attached to the theatrical release of Disney/Amblin's A Far Off Place on March 12, 1993 ... released in theaters in the UK with Tarzan in 1999, This is also the first and only short not to be directed by Rob Minkoff, but by Barry Cook instead (although Minkoff remained involved in the short, serving as a ... The short features Roger Rabbit, Baby Herman and Mrs ...

Famous quotes containing the words shorts and/or animated:

    I don’t want to smoke cigars or go to stag parties, wear jockey shorts or pick up the check.
    Shelley Winters (b. 1922)

    Impenetrable in their dissimulation, cruel in their vengeance, tenacious in their purposes, unscrupulous as to their methods, animated by profound and hidden hatred for the tyranny of man—it is as though there exists among them an ever-present conspiracy toward domination, a sort of alliance like that subsisting among the priests of every country.
    Denis Diderot (1713–1784)