Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 2

Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 2
Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 2

Year

2012

Duration

65 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films

Language

English

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Synopsis

Pixar makes short films every bit as inventive and entertaining as its full-length ones. Here, twelve of the studio's fantastic mini-movies have been compiled into a second collection that's packed with the sort of memorable characters and offbeat humour associated with the revolutionary animation company. From Oscar nominees, including the hilarious Presto, about a stage magician's disgruntled rabbit, to family faves, such as the WALL-E spin-off BURN-E, there's fun for all ages. As an extra treat, you also get to enjoy a batch of student shorts crafted by some of Pixar's most acclaimed directors. They give a fascinating insight into how these talents started out; a particular bonus for any budding animators among you!

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