Filmspiration – All The Oscar 2010 Nominated Animated Shorts + Bonus

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In this Filmspiration installment we’re curating all the animated shorts nominated for the latest edition of the Oscar Movie Awards, starting with Logorama – this year’s winner! Let us know what you think about this edition of the Oscars, and what’s your favorite short movie.

Logorama | Directed by François Alaux (France) | 16 min

Spectacular car chases, an intense hostage crisis, wild animals rampaging through the city and even more in Logorama!

French Roast | Directed by Fabrice O. Joubert (France) | 8 min

In a fancy Parisian Café, an uptight businessman is about to pay the check when he finds out that he has lost his wallet. To buy some time he decides to order more coffee.

Granny O’Grimm’s Sleeping Beauty | Directed by Nicky Phelan (Ireland) | 6 min

Granny O’Grimm, a seemingly sweet old lady, loses the plot as she tells her version of ‘Sleeping Beauty’ to her terrified granddaughter.

The Lady And The Reaper | Directed by Juan Recio Gracia (Spain) | 8 min

A sweet old lady lives alone on her farm, waiting for death so that she can see her beloved husband once again. One night, she is invited to enter death’s domain, but someone will ruin it for her.

A Matter Of Loaf And Death | Directed by Nick Park (U.K.) | 30 min

Wallace & Gromit are back! They’ve started a new bread baking business, but Gromit is concerned by the news that a dozen local bakers have ‘disappeared’ this year and turns sleuth to solve the escalating murder mystery – in what quickly becomes A Matter of Loaf and Death.

Bonus: Wallace & Gromit – A Matter of Loaf & Death – How They Donut (The Making of)

A glimpse behind the scenes at Aardman as they make Wallace & Gromit – A Matter of Loaf & Death

And hey, what’s your favorite?

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    Nicolas Schmerkin is not the director but the producer of Logorama. By the way, he’s french…

  • I loved Logorama, the others also, but that one really stood out for me above the others.

  • nice video!.

  • I just saw Logorama in French and was amazed, it’s an incredible short film…

  • All these animated shorts are worthy of their nominee status, but possibly the most amusing video in the post is the “making of…” video. The insight into filming is interesting.

  • Loved Logorama, witty and brilliantly executed.

  • super nice video…

  • I loved Logorama,

  • Great post. Logorama was superb!

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  • Ah man I will have to search for logorama as the video been taking down and I haven’t seen it!

    From what I have seen.. I love French Roast and A Matter of Loaf & Death.

    French Roast for its technique character and morals, A Matter of Loaf & Death for its cultural reference to British Tradition and wit.

    Good stuff overall!

  • Found Logorama… incredible!

    Must say.. in response to Jamie Northrup saying Logorama stood out, I think apart of that effect is the fact its Logo based?

    Psychologically we remember Logo more because of there simplicity better yet there have a permanent place in our nostalgic memory and everyday life (we cant get away from them)!

    Where as these other animations (although based on reality in some form) are really great but there creating there on visual representation in our existence.. does anyone get what I mean? lol

    Was just a thought..

    Anyway thanks for sharing, enjoyed and was inspired by all, for all different reasons.

    Thank God for Art..