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Watch a sneak peek of Disney's gorgeous, Best Animated Short contender, 'Feast'

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Watch a sneak peek of Disney's gorgeous, Best Animated Short contender, 'Feast'
As massive and business-minded a corporation as it is, Walt Disney Animation leaves room in their pipeline for experimentation. Each year, crew members on any and every rung of the bureaucratic ladder have the opportunity to pitch short films to John Lasseter and the Wda "story trust," a group of the company's veteran directors, writers, and artists. The goal: Push story and animation technology to places where the feature slate can't go (at least, not until the shorts lay the groundwork). Animator Patrick Osborne pitched "Feast" as a living work of concept art — graphic, fluid, and nostalgic — that also fell into the Disney mold, a sweet story of a dog that loves food. Lasseter took to it, and this November, the fully rendered short hits theaters in front of "Big Hero 6." Mimicking the artistic style of illustrator Jeff Turley (who previously art directed "Paperman"), "Feast" chronicles the life of a puppy named Winston,
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Disney's New Animated Short, 'Paperman', Revealed in Latest MPAA Ratings

Included in today's MPAA bulletin is the rating for a new Walt Disney short called Paperman that I had not heard of before so I did a little snooping and it turns out it's directed by John Kahrs, an animator who worked on such Disney films as Ratatouille, The Incredibles and Toy Story 2. Kahrs also served as animation supervisor on Tangled and he's teamed with Tangled animator Patrick Osborne who posted the following on his personal blog on December 29, 2011: We're finishing up a rather exciting project at Disney in the next few weeks. It's been keeping me pretty busy and away from this blog. The short is called Paperman. Directed by John Kahrs, the short will be running the festival circuit next year. We're very proud of this one and can't wait to show the world. produced by Kristina Reed animation supervision by myself art direction by Jeff Turley Vfx sup.
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Episode Recap: Lie To Me - 2.14: "React to Contact"

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Tis' a dark and stormy night, as Seargeant Jeff Turley (Enver Gjokaj) prowls his home, looking for hidden insurgents. He's reliving his worst nightmares from Iraq, and almost shoots his ten year old son in the process. It's obvious he's suffering from Ptsd, but he keeps claiming it's not post war stress that's making him take up arms against the night. Someone is trying to kill him. The army calls in Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) and Gillian Foster (Kelli Williams) to suss out the fact or fiction behind Sgt. Turley's claims that someone is still after him, long after leaving the battlegrounds. They meet Turley in the Va hospital, in restraints, and it only takes Lightman a few minutes to know that the man is disturbed, but truthful. Yes, Cal Lightman is That good. Back at the Lightman Group HQ, Torres (Monica Raymund) and Loker (Brendan Hines) are setting up observation outside the cube,
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Stuck in the Past on 'Lie to Me' (Video)

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Stuck in the Past on 'Lie to Me' (Video)
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Sometimes, it's hard to let go of the past. And sometimes, there's a good reason for that. On 'Lie to Me' (Mon., 8Pm Et on Fox), Dr. Cal Lightman (Tim Roth) tries to treat a new client who is scarred by memories of what he's done. The client in question is an Iraq War veteran named Sgt. Jeff Turley (played by Enver Gjokaj). Sergeant Turley is tormented by his recollections of the war. But what actually happened over there?

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