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Oscar-nominated shorts head to Canadian cinemas
Canadians for the first time will get to see the live action and animated shorts nominated for this year’s Academy Awards on the big screen ahead of an Oscar ceremony.
Cineplex Entertainment, a cinema chain that stretches from Quebec to B.C., said it plans three days of shorts leading up to the awards on March 7.
In past years, Academy Award-nominated shorts have occasionally been available online or at special screenings ahead of the Oscar ceremony, but Cineplex said this is the first year they have been offered on the big screen on such a scale in Canada.
Among the nominees are two films created by the animators behind Wallace and Gromit ó Nick Park and Fabrice Joubert. Park won an Oscar for best animated feature film for Wallace & Gromit in the Curse of the Were-Rabbit, a film that Joubert also worked on.
On March 1, cinemas will screen live action shorts:
The Door by Juanita Wilson and James Flynn of Ireland.
Instead of Abracadabra by Patrik Eklund and Mathias Fjellstrˆm of Sweden.
Kavi by Gregg Helvey of the U.S.
Miracle Fish by Luke Doolan and Drew Bailey of Australia.
The New Tenants by Joachim Back and Tivi Magnusson of Denmark.
On March 4, cinemas will screen animated shorts:
French Roast by Fabrice O. Joubert of France.
Granny O’Grimm’s Sleeping Beauty, a twisted version of the classic story from Nicky Phelan and Darragh O’Connell of Ireland.
The Lady and the Reaper (La Dama y la Muerte) by Javier Recio Gracia of Spain.
Logorama by Nicolas Schmerkin of Argentina.
A Matter of Loaf and Death by Nick Park of Britain, a short featuring the Wallace and Gromit characters.
On March 7, both animated and live action shorts will screen.