Win tickets to see the Oscar Shorts programme at the TIFF Bell Lightbox!
If you live in Toronto you can enter for a chance to win passes to see Best Live Action Shorts and Best Animated Shorts at the TIFF Bell Lightbox!
Oscar Shorts: Live Action
The 2015 Academy Award® nominees for Best Live Action Short Film.
Two strangers unexpectedly meet at an airport. He mistakenly assumes her to be his assigned driver. She, enchanted by the random encounter, does not hurry to prove him wrong.
Boogaloo and Graham
Jamesy and Malachy are over the moon when their soft-hearted dad presents them with two baby chicks to care for. Raising their tiny charges, declaring themselves vegetarian and dreaming of running a chicken farm, the two boys are in for a shock when their parents announce that big changes are coming to the family.
A young travel photographer and his assistant offer to photograph some Tibetan nomads in front of various backgrounds.
A young Afghan immigrant travels to Zurich where she encounters a punk named Emily.
The Phone Call
When a shy helpline call centre employee (Oscar nominee Sally Hawkins) receives a phone call from a mystery man (Oscar winner Jim Broadbent), she has no idea that the encounter will change her life forever.
Oscar Shorts: Animation
The 2015 Academy Award® nominees for Best Animated Short Film.
The Bigger Picture
Innovative life-size animated characters illustrate this stark and darkly humorous tale of caring for an elderly parent.
The Dam Keeper
Pig works tirelessly to keep the windmill dam spinning in order to protect his town from pollution — but when a new student joins his class, he is faced with a decision that could change the town forever.
Feast, a new short from first-time director Patrick Osborne (Head of Animation, Paperman) and Walt Disney Animation Studios, is the story of one man’s love life as seen through the eyes of his best friend and dog, Winston, and revealed bite by bite through the meals they share.
Me and My Moulton
A seven-year-old girl longs for a bicycle so that she can be more like the other kids in her Norwegian town, but her embarrassingly unconventional, modernist architect parents see things differently. Academy Award-winning animator Torill Kove weaves memory and fantasy together in this droll and charming look at the pain of childhood alienation.
A Single Life
Upon playing a mysterious vinyl record, Pia begins to travel through space and time, experiencing her own reality at different ages and stages in this vibrantly animated witty ditty showcasing a life in (one) song.
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Only one entry person. Winners will be chosen at random and will be notified via e-mail. Contest deadline is January 25th at 11:59pm. This contest is open to Canadian residents only. Good luck!
— Scene Creek (@SceneCreek) January 22, 2015