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Live action, animation and documentary: we review the best of the Oscar-nominated shorts




Students from Inner-City Filmmakers (ICF), a training and film industry job development program, carry the 50 Oscar statuettes of the 79th Academy Awards down the red carpet to the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Centre February 24, 2007 in Hollywood, California.
Students from Inner-City Filmmakers (ICF), a training and film industry job development program, carry the 50 Oscar statuettes of the 79th Academy Awards down the red carpet to the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Centre February 24, 2007 in Hollywood, California.
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If you’ve already seen all the big name Oscar-nominated films, now’s your chance to see the little ones.

The Oscar nominated shorts in the categories of live action, animation and documentary will be screening in various theaters across Southern California.

KPCC critics Claudia Puig, Christy Lemire and Charles Solomon sit down with Larry Mantle to discuss their favorites.

For tickets, trailers and more information about the nominated shorts click here

Guests:

Claudia Puig, film critic for KPCC and president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association (LAFCA); she tweets @ClaudiaPuig

Christy Lemire, film critic for KPCC, RogerEbert.com and co-host of the ‘Breakfast All Day’ podcast; she tweets @christylemire

Charles Solomon, film critic for KPCC, Animation Scoop and Animation Magazine