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First Stars I See Tonight “First Stars I See Tonight” is an inspirational animated/live-action short film, which narrates the story of a girl with night blindness and how her father helps her to finally see the stars. Includes photos and the short film.

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Henry: The Inevitable Verdict of Life

Henry: The Inevitable Verdict of Life “Henry” is an emotionally touching short film, a 2013 Oscar Nominee for Best Live-Action Short Film. The film is about an 84-year-old concert pianist suffering from Alzheimer’s, whose life is thrown into turmoil when his wife mysteriously disappears. “Henry” is an ambitious attempt to portray the world of worsening dementia from the inside. This piece includes color photographs and acclaimed the short film.

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God of Love: Cupid’s Semi-Tragic Tale of Magical Darts and Unrequited Love

God of Love: Cupid’s Semi-Tragic Tale of Magical Darts and Unrequited Love “God of Love” is a comical, quirky short film, which won the 2011 Academy Award for Live-Action Short Film. The film follows the amorous misadventures of a lounge-singing championship dart player who is desperately in love with a fellow band-mate, but she only has eyes for his best friend. Includes photographs and the Oscar-winning short film.

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God of Love: Cupid’s Semi-Tragic Tale of Magical Darts and Unrequited Love

God of Love: Cupid’s Semi-Tragic Tale of Magical Darts and Unrequited Love “God of Love” is a comical, quirky short film, which won the 2011 Academy Award for Live-Action Short Film. The film follows the amorous misadventures of a lounge-singing championship dart player who is desperately in love with a fellow band-mate, but she only has eyes for his best friend. Includes photographs and the Oscar-winning short film.

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We’ve All Been There: The Unexpected Kindness of Others

We've All Been There: The Unexpected Kindness of Others "We've All Been There" is an acclaimed, inspiring short film that just won top honors at Tropfest Australia 2013, the world's biggest short-film festival. In the film, three stories of people in need are brought together in a way the people couldn't have imagined. This piece includes color photographs and the award-winning short film.

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We’ve All Been There: The Unexpected Kindness of Others

We've All Been There: The Unexpected Kindness of Others "We've All Been There" is an acclaimed, inspiring short film that just won top honors at Tropfest Australia 2013, the world's biggest short-film festival. In the film, three stories of people in need are brought together in a way the people couldn't have imagined. This piece includes color photographs and the award-winning short film.

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Heroic Naki’o: Every Path Has Its Puddle….

Heroic Naki'o: Every Path Has Its Puddle.... “Naki'o” is a heart-warming documentary short film that tells the heroic story of a courageous abandoned puppy, who was deserted during a frigid Nebraska winter and lost all four paws and the tip of his tail to frostbite. This piece includes color photographs and the truly inspirational documentary short film.

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Henry: The Inevitable Verdict of Life

Henry: The Inevitable Verdict of Life “Henry” is an emotionally touching short film, a 2013 Oscar Nominee for Best Live-Action Short Film. The film is about an 84-year-old concert pianist suffering from Alzheimer’s, whose life is thrown into turmoil when his wife mysteriously disappears. “Henry” is an ambitious attempt to portray the world of worsening dementia from the inside. This piece includes color photographs and acclaimed the short film.

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Paperman Wins 2013 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film

Paperman wins 2013 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film “Paperman” is a sweet tale of love at first sight, which won the 2013 Oscar for Animated Short Film. The groundbreaking 6-minute animated short is a gorgeous black and white classical-looking animation that nostalgically revives the timeless Disney-style of character animation and design. Includes illustrations and the award-winning animated short film.

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Adam and Dog: The Joy of Discovering a Loyal Friend

Adam and Dog: The Joy of Discovering a Loyal Friend “Adam and Dog” is a stunning hand-drawn, animated short, a 2013 Oscar Nominee for Best Animated Short film. The film focuses on the theme of the joy of discovering a friend, and how despite the plight of his human friend, the dog's selfless loyalty never falters. This piece includes colorful illustrations and the acclaimed, beautifully animated short film.