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  • Oscars 2015: 'The Phone Call' wins live-action short

    Oscars 2015: 'The Phone Call' wins live-action short
    "The Phone Call," a short film that tells about a fateful call that is received by a worker in a crisis call center and an encounter that changes the lives of the people on the call, won the Oscar for live-action short film Sunday night.
  • Oscars 2015: 'The Phone Call' filmmakers now await producers' calls

    Oscars 2015: 'The Phone Call' filmmakers now await producers' calls
    It wasn’t a big surprise that “The Phone Call” snagged the Oscar for live-action short. The film stars Oscar nominee Sally Hawkins (supporting actress for 2013's "Blue Jasmine") as a shy telephone help-line volunteer who receives a life-...

    Capsule reviews of Oscar-nominated short films�

    This year's slate of Oscar-nominated live-action shorts are puzzlingly weak. If you have a chance to see a slate of shorts, pick the animated ones. Here are some short reviews. ANIMATED SHORTS In no particular order: "The Dam Keeper" is a moodily drawn...

    Catlow's Oscar shorts screening a hot ticket

    Not so long ago, the films nominated in the short films category of the Academy Awards were typically a mystery — something heard about but seldom able to be seen. That's all changed now, though, thanks to special events like the annual Oscar-...

    5 academy contenders span not only globe, but also styles

    5 academy contenders span not only globe, but also styles
    As an oddly shaped, highly stimulating gang of five, this year's Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Live Action slate comprises a couple of hours of cinema more worthwhile than 90 percent of what's out there at the moment. Therefore you should see the program...