If you’re in the mood for animation films that will warm your heart, check out these five great animation shorts on Audience Awards!
The Cliff House by Jin Yao Wong chronicles the struggles of an old man while he attempts to build a house reaching the top of a cliff.
EmBarked by Mikel Mugica follows Jimmy, a young boy and his favorite tree house. When Jimmy moves to the city, the tree house decides to follow Jimmy.
Can I Stay by Katie Knudson features an apprehensive homeless girl that must traverse a dangerous, wintry city in order to escape her adorable pursuers.
Brasileiras by Anna Carolina Moraes is a short, 2D animation that highlights the diversity and cultural roles of Brazilian women. It is meant to break down stereotypes by choreographing daily activities as new forms. The dance represents and explores, in an elegant and delicate way, what makes women powerful and strong.
The Present by Jacob Frey is based on a comic strip by Fabio Cavalcanti about a boy who receives a three-legged present from his mom.
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