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ShortsHD™ is once again bringing the wildly popular OSCAR® nominated short film programs (Live Action, Animation, and Documentary) to theaters in the US, Canada, and Europe beginning February 1st.

The theatrical release of the Academy Award Nominated Short Films has been met by enthusiastic audiences ever since the first release in 2006, giving people around the world an opportunity to see the nominated films prior to the Academy Awards ceremony on February 24th.

The three OSCAR® Nominated Short Film releases will open in over 200 theaters throughout the US, Canada and Europe starting February 1st, and will continue to expand in the following weeks. A list of participating cinemas is available by clicking on the DATES & LOCATIONS tab above.

Together with the theatrical run, the nominated short films will be available On Demand via US cable and satellite distributors and in iTunes Stores in 54 countries across the globe beginning February 19th.
2013 Oscar Nominated Short Film Reviews Animation: Fresh Guacamole Animation: Adam and Dog Animation: Head Over Heels Animation: Maggie Simpson in "The Longest Daycare" Animation: Paperman Live Action: Asad Live Action: Buzkashi Boys Live Action: Curfew Live Action: Death of a Shadow Live Action: Henry Documentary: Inocente
    The 50/50 x 2020 Pledge

    The Independent Critic is proud to support Indy-based Heartland Film by committing to the 50/50 x 2020 Pledge - By the end of the year 2020, The Independent Critic will achieve gender parity in its reviews of both shorts and feature films. Furthermore, The Independent Critic also pledges support for the Ruderman Family Foundation's call for authentic representation of people with disabilities in film and actively commits to leverage its journalistic influence to effect genuine change in the film industry by calling for and actively promoting authentic and inclusive casting and hiring of people with disabilities.

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