Ouat Media presents the best animated short films from the world's most talented young filmmakers and animators: Titles: - A LA FRANCAISE by Morrigane Boyer, Julien Hazebroucq, Ren Hsien Hsu, Emmanuelle Leleu and William Lorto - A SINGLE LIFE by Job, Joris and Marieke - BEAST by Cyril Bossmann, Pauline Menigot, Manon Grabette, Karim Hafa and Hadrien Ottevaere - CARGO CULT by Bastien Dubois- FOREVER MIME by Michael Visser- RUN ZOOM RUN by Jon Ireland - COSMIC LOVE by Corentin Charron, Lise Corriol, Manon Marsal, Simon Popot and Aurelien Revelli - HOME SWEET HOME by Pierre Clenet, Alejandro Diaz, Romain Mazenet and Stéphane Paccolat
Salute Your Shorts is an American comedy television series that aired on Nickelodeon from 1991 to 1992 and in reruns until early 1999. It was based on the 1986 book, Salute Your Shorts: Life at Summer Camp by Steve Slavkin. The series, filmed at Franklin Canyon Park and the Griffith Park Boys Camp within Griffith Park in Los Angeles, was set at the summer camp Camp Anawanna. It focuses on teenage campers, their strict and bossy counselor, and the various capers and jocularities they engage in. The title comes from a common prank campers play on each other: a group of kids steals a boy's boxer shorts and raise them up a flagpole. Hence, when people see them waving like a flag, other kids would salute them as part of the prank.
DC Nation Shorts are a series of shorts that air on Cartoon Network on Saturdays at 10/9c. The shorts are a part of the DC Nation block that premiered on March 3, 2012 and are produced by Warner Bros. Animation. The shorts are aired alongside Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice. On June 8, 2012, Cartoon Network announced that it would revive the Teen Titans animated series as Teen Titans Go! based on the New Teen Titans shorts and air it on the DC Nation block in 2013. Despite having one Cartoon Network short Swaroop co-produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC Nation Shorts was the first Cartoon Network original series co-produced by DC Entertainment, and Warner Bros. Animation.
Short comedy films from the guys at Rooster Teeth, creators of Red vs. Blue.
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Maple Shorts is a children's television show produced by March Entertainment, producers of the TV show, Chilly Beach. Maple Shorts debuted in April 2005 and airs on the CBC Television. Maple Shorts is hosted by a goose and a salmon. Canuckles is a cranky, conceited Canadian goose who wanted to direct but settled for being a critic instead. Sela the salmon is Canuckles' bubble-headed, sweet-natured co-host. Together, they critique each short film which airs on the program. Maple Shorts is the second broadcast television show produced by March Entertainment. Chilly Beach, the company's most popular show, started out as an Internet show using Flash animation. March Entertainment, founded in 1996, also produces the Maple Shorts Canadian Animators' Flash Film Festival. The festival feeds higher-quality submissions onto the television show, and is used as a developmental vehicle for up-and-coming animators.
A series of brilliantly original Christmas shorts from rising comedy stars.
Shorty McShorts' Shorts is a Disney Channel animated anthology series, which consisted of 4-5 minute shorts. The first episode aired on July 28, 2006. The series also aired on Toon Disney for a short period of time. In Latin America, it was broadcast on Jetix.
A series of six comedy shorts, in which each episode is 'taken over' by a different high profile comedian. The result is an exclusive, eclectic and hilarious mix of comedy genres, tastes and styles.
Cyanide and Happiness is a daily webcomic on www.explosm.net that was created by Rob DenBleyker, Kris Wilson, Dave McElfatrick and Matt Melvin in 2005.
Short films showcasing the very best of new British talent.