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Partly Cloudy (2009)
Partly Cloudy is a Pixar short film directed by Peter Sohn and produced by Kevin Reher. It is shown in theaters before Up.
BURN-E is a short film by Pixar Animation Studios based on the movie WALL-E.
The short film, directed by WALL-E lead animator Angus MacLane, was produced at the same time as WALL-E, and is included as bonus material to the DVD release.
Presto is a 2008 Pixar computer-animated short film shown in theaters before—and included on the DVD and Blu-ray release of—their feature length film WALL-E. Presto was directed by veteran Pixar animator Doug Sweetland, in his directorial debut.
Presto is nominated for an Annie Award and Academy Award.
Your Friend the Rat (2007)
Your Friend the Rat is Pixar's first short film to feature traditional animation. At 11 minutes, it is also the longest Pixar short to date. Along with hand-drawn animation, the short also includes stop-motion animation, computer generated imagery (CGI) and live action.
Your Friend the Rat won the Best Animated Short Subject category at the 35th annual Annie Awards and was released on DVD with Ratatouille
Lifted is a 2006 Pixar computer animated short film directed by Gary Rydstrom. This is the first film directed by Rydstrom, a seven-time Academy Award winning sound editor and mixer.
The short makes numerous references to Steven Spielberg's similar themed film Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Mater and the Ghostlight (2006)
Mater and the Ghostlight is a 2006 Pixar computer animated short created for the DVD of Cars. It was directed by John Lasseter and Dan Scanlon
One Man Band (2005) (2006)
One Man Band is a Pixar short film. The film made its world premiere at the 29th Annecy Animation Festival in Annecy, France, and won the Platinum Grand Prize at the Future Film Festival in Bologna, Italy. It was shown with the theatrical release of Cars.
Like many Pixar shorts, the film is completely free of dialogue, instead using music (played by the characters) and pantomime to tell the story.
Jack-Jack Attack (2005)
Jack-Jack Attack is a 2005 short produced by Pixar based upon their film The Incredibles. Unlike many of their previous shorts, it was not given a theatrical release, but was included on the DVD release of the film. The idea for this short came from an idea for a scene originally considered for inclusion in The Incredibles film; it was cut from the feature and subsequently expanded into this short.
Boundin' is a 2003 Oscar-nominated short film, shown at the start of the Disney-Pixar film The Incredibles. The film was written, directed, narrated and featured the musical composition and performance of veteran PIXAR animator Bud Luckey.
Mike's New Car (2002)
Mike's New Car is a 2002 Pixar animated short, starring the two main characters from Monsters Inc., Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan. Directed by Pete Docter and Roger Gould, it is the first Pixar short to utilize vocal performances and the first to take characters and situations from a previously established work.
For the Birds (2001)
For the Birds is an animated short film, produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released in the year 2000. It was directed by Ralph Eggleston and won the 2002 Best Short Animated Film
Geri's Game (1997)
Geri's Game is a five-minute animated short film made by Pixar in 1997. It was written and directed by Jan Pinkava. It was the first Pixar Short created since 1989. The film won an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film.
Knick Knack (1992)
Knick Knack is a computer animated Pixar short film released in 1989. It was directed by John Lasseter.
In 1990, it won the Best Short Film award at the Seattle International Film Festival and in 2001 Terry Gilliam selected it as one of the ten best animated films of all time
Tin Toy (1988)
Tin Toy is a 1988 Pixar Animation Studios short film using computer animation. It was directed by John Lasseter and won the 1989 Academy Award for Animated Short Film. In 2003, Tin Toy was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Red's Dream (1987)
Red's Dream is a short film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and directed by John Lasseter, which was released in 1987. To date, this is the only short that has not been attached to one of Pixar's feature films, the only Pixar Short to be rendered on the Pixar Image Computer, and the first Pixar Short to feature an organic character: the circus clown known as Lumpy.
Luxo Jr. (1987)
Luxo Jr. is the first film produced in 1986 by Pixar Animation Studios, following its establishment as an independent film studio. It is a computer-animated short film (two and a half minutes, including credits), demonstrating the kind of things the newly-established company was capable of producing.
It is the source of the small hopping desk lamp included in Pixar's corporate logo. In a subsequent re-release after Pixar became popular, a pretext was added to the film reading, "In 1986, Pixar produced its first film. This is why we have a hopping lamp in our logo."
The Adventures of André and Wally B. is an animated short made in 1984 by the Lucasfilm Computer Graphics Project, which was later spun out as a startup company called Pixar. Although it is technically not a Pixar short, the animation was by John Lasseter, who was working on his first computer animated project and would move on to be a pivotal player at Pixar.
The animation on the feature was truly groundbreaking at the time, featuring the first use of motion blur in CG animation and complex 3D backgrounds.
It was released theatrically with Pixar's Toy Story on November 22, 1995.
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