Best Animated Short SF Movies
- Part II

On this page we continue our discovery of awesome animated short SF movies.







Girl and Robot

(2008, 5 min, Denmark)

Directors: Mads Dam Jakobsen

Comment:

A bittersweet story about a girl who tries to build a robot. Will she succeed?

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Lifted

(2006, 5 min, USA)

Director: Gary Rydstrom

Comment:

This is another Pixar movie on our list of animated short SF films.

And the plot goes like this. It is a quiet moonlight night on the planet Earth. An eager young alien is ready to show all his skills and abduct a sleeping human. But there are so many switches...

In 2007 it was nominated for the Oscar.

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More

(1998, 6 min, Canada)

Director: Mark Osborne

Comment:

Ten years before Mike Osborne directed Kung Fu Panda, he made a stop-motion animation More. It is a story about a man who works on a factory line by day and by night he works on his invention which will change the world.

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Oceansize

(2008, 7.5 min, France)

Animators: Romain Jouandeau, Adrien Chartie, Gilles Mazieres and Fabien Thareau

Comment:

For two men on an oil platform in the middle of the sea this workday starts like any other day, but then everything changes.

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Pereval

(1988, 25 min, Soviet Union)

Director: Vladimir Tarasov

Comment:

Years passed since a spaceship crashed on an alien planet. A group of remaining survivals begin a dangerous journey across a strange landscape in the last-ditch attempt to reach their spacecraft and supplies.


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Replay

(2009, 8 min, France)

Directors: Anthony Voisin, Zakaria Boumediane, Fabien Felicite-Zulma, Camille Delmeule

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In the polluted post-apocalyptic world there are but a few remainders of the lost past. When Theo stumbles upon a piece of the lost world a desire stirs in him.

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Umbra

(2010, 6 min, Canada)

Director: Malcolm Sutherland

Comment:

A space traveler lands on a planet and meets its unusual and desperate little inhabitants.

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What on Earth!

(1966, 9 min, Canada)

Directors: Les Drew and Kaj Pindal

Comment:

The National Film Board of Mars presents a training movie about ruling inhabitants of the planet Earth.

It was nominated for an Oscar in 1968.

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