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  • Feb 14, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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And the nominees are:

* FERALA wild boy who has grown up in the woods is found by a hunter and returned to civilization.

* GET A HORSE!Mickey Mouse and his friends are enjoying a wagon ride until Peg-Leg Pete shows up with plans to ruin their day.

* MR. HUBLOTThe eccentric, isolated Mr. Hublot finds his carefully ordered world disrupted by the arrival of Robot Pet.

* POSSESSIONS A man seeking shelter from a storm in a dilapidated shrine encounters a series of household objects inhabited by goblin spirits.

* ROOM ON THE BROOMA genial witch and her cat are joined on their broom by several friends as they set off on an adventure.

This for the discount price of $8, details available after having RSVP'd. Click HERE to contact me in case you missed the info (hidden email addresses won't get a reply).

And the winner is...

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  • G

    GREAT animation shorts... I also enjoyed Mr. Hublot very much together with the other French short (not nominated) about the "chickens" in Versailles... hilarious. Most of the shorts, nominated or not, were surprisingly meaningful and thought-provoking, Feral from the US, Possessions from Japan, the Irish short not nominated about the end of the world with the cool animation... And Room On The Broom from Great Britain was quite poignant even though it felt like it was only for kids. Last but not least, it was nice to meet up with those of you who stayed for dinner! Those of you I couldn't meet because of traffic, well next time :)

    4 · February 15, 2014

    • sandra

      Regarding the comment about the Broom from UK being for kids...well, G... not all films can have the 3 articulation :-p... joking!!!!

      1 · February 15, 2014

    • G

      I'm still a kid! (at heart) :)

      February 15, 2014

  • Diana R.

    I had a fabulous time with G and the Cultured Circles crew. The short films we saw were excellent, the venue was cozy. The dinner we had after was a real treat. I feel I've already made new friends! G is delightful host and made me feel truly welcomed. Good animation, good company and plenty of laughs! I'm looking forward to the next event.

    1 · February 15, 2014

  • sandra

    It was a wonderful evening. I love "the Room on a Broom". Also love Mr. Hublot. Both films have a beautiful message. One hundred times, Thank youuuuu G

    2 · February 15, 2014

  • Pete

    very good stories and animations

    2 · February 15, 2014

  • david

    Loved every minute of it. Visually stunning and oh so thought provoking. My favorites were Mr Hublot and Room on the broom. the second especially had a stunningly simple but powerful message. I could not help but making parallels with the challenges that modern immigration poses. Thanks G as always for organizing

    3 · February 15, 2014

  • Diana R.

    So looking forward to it!

    1 · February 6, 2014

  • Marcia

    I love animation! :-)

    1 · February 2, 2014

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