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Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 3

Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 3
Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 3

Year

2018

Duration

73 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films

Language

English

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Thirteen short films from animation studio Pixar can be found in this collection, including Oscar® winner ‘Piper’ in the category of Best Animated Short Film (2016), as well as nominees ‘Sanjay’s Super Team’ and ‘Lou’. Other highlights include spin-offs from the studio’s popular feature-lengths films from recent years, such as ‘Riley’s First Date?’ – which follows the protagonist of ‘Inside Out’ – plus ‘Partysaurus Rex’, in which the loveable green dinosaur from the ‘Toy Story’ series gets his own outing, and ‘Party Central’, set in the ‘Monsters, Inc.’ world. The collection also features the following titles: 'Bao', 'Lava', 'The Radiator Springs 500 1/2', 'The Blue Umbrella', 'The Legend of Mor'du' and two mini-movies: 'Marine Life Interviews' and 'Miss Fritter's Racing Skoool'. This volume encompasses a range of styles and subjects, and provides a fantastic introduction to animated storytelling.

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