ShortsTV sets release dates for 2021 Oscar nominated shorts – Deadline

Each year, ShortsTV brings the best of short film to the big screen, with a presentation of Oscar-nominated shorts in the arenas of animation, live-action and documentary. While movie theaters have only recently reopened in Los Angeles and Orange County – with Covid cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the descent – the distributor has already set theatrical and virtual premiere dates. in both counties, for the 2021 Oscar nominated shorts.

ShortsTV’s live and animated short film programs will hit theaters and virtually on Friday April 2. Its documentary program, meanwhile, will be available virtually on April 2, with a theatrical opening scheduled for April 9.

Nominees for the Best Live-Action Short Film to Screen for Audiences in Los Angeles include Feel through (directed by Doug Roland), Oscar Isaac-star The letter room (Elvira Lind), The present (Farah Nabulsi), Two distant strangers (Travon Free and Martin Desmond Roe) and White eye (Tomer Sushan).

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PhD nominees presented by ShortsTV include Anthony Giacchino Colette, Kris Bowers and Ben Proudfoot’s A concerto is a conversation, Anders Hammer Do not divide, Skye Fitzgerald’s Hunger room and Sophia Nahli Allison A long love for Latasha.

Compared to Live-Action and Doc, the animation program presented by ShortsTV stands out, in that it features all five nominated films, as well as a few that weren’t cut at the Oscars, but did. nevertheless demarcated. Short films nominated here include Pixar Terrier (directed by Madeline Sharafian), the French speaker Genius loci (Adrien Merigeau), Opera (Erick Oh), Iceland Yes people (Gísli Darri Halldórsson) and Netflix phenomenon If something happens i love you, from directors Michael Govier and Will McCormack.

Screening of animated short films as soon as honorable mentions include Kapaemahu (Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu), The snail and the whale, by Max Lang and Daniel Snaddon, and Taylor Meacham To Gérard.

Theaters that air the Live-Action and Animated Shorts program include Block 30 @ Orange, Burbank 16, Citywalk Stadium 19, Covina 17, Santa Clara’s Mercado 20, Ontario Mills 30, Woodland Hills ‘Promenade 16 and Palm Springs’ Camelot Theater 3, along with Los Angeles’ Laemmle, Landmark and Nuart theaters. In-person screenings of the documentary also take place in Laemmle.

On the virtual side, Landmark will host all three programs, while LA’s Laemmle Theaters alone view documents. Other theaters participating in ShortsTV’s Virtual Engagement include the Frida Cinema in Santa Ana and the Long Beach Art Theater, both of which will feature three programs.

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