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W H A T :
  • Two programs ("A" and "B"), with running times of approximately 98 and 100 minutes, respectively.
  • Genre: Short Live-Action & Animation; comedy, drama, suspense, adventure.
  • NR (not rated) but generally suitable for all audiences – treat as PG13.

    W H E N :
    2014 Screening Dates:
  • Sat, Mar 15, Program A, 4 pm
  • Sat, Mar 15, Program B, 7 pm
  • Sun, Mar 16, Program B, 4 pm
  • Sun, Mar 16, Program A, 7 pm

  • Venue opens at 3:00 and 6:00 pm, with seating at 3:30 and 6:30 for the respective screenings.

    W H E R E :
  • The Carnegie
    1028 Scott Blvd, Covington KY 41011

    in lots surrounding the theatre:
    Interactive Google Map
    PDF Map & Written Directions
    PDF Bridge & Street Grid
    PDF Parking Map

  • T I C K E T S : *
  • Single Tix $11 for Programs A or B
  • Save $4 – Combo Tix $18 for both Programs A and B
  • Combo Packages not sold at the door — limited number available.
  • Single Tix are $13* at the door, plus Carnegie surcharge.

    *   NOTE: Any ticket physically sold by the Carnegie Arts Center incurs a $1.00 facility charge in addition to the face value of the ticket -- applies to tix purchased in advance by phone or in person, and at the door.

    $18 Combo & $11 Single Tix:
  •   Tickets ON-LINE
  •   By phone at CWC, 859 957 3456. Open 9-7, Monday-Saturday.

    $11 Single Tix only:
  •   Sitwell's Coffee House
    513 281 7487 — Ludlow Ave, Clifton
  •   Lookout Joe Coffee Roasters
    513 871 8626 — Mt. Lookout Square
  •   Coffee Emporium
    513 651 5483 — Downtown Cincinnati
  •   Carnegie box office, 12-5, Tue-Fri
    859 957 1940 — Covington

    About the Carnegie

    The Otto M. Budig Theatre in the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center transports the audience to the ornate elegance of the early 1900s. While the theatre, restored in 2006, holds 465 patrons we have limited the cinema capacity to 350 seats – to insure the best sight lines and audience experience.

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    Exclusive Tri-State engagement – 4 screenings only !!
    Cincinnati World Cinema :: Oscar Shorts 2014 Slide Show

    Oscar Shorts & More, 2014

    CWC presents its 13th Annual Screening
    of the Academy Award Nominated
    Live-Action & Animated Short Films

    with outstanding films from Denmark, Finland, France, Japan, Luxembourg, Spain, the UK and the USA.
    ...plus food and beverage between the programs!

    Take advantage of this opportunity to see Academy Award-winning and nominated short films on the big screen, at one time, in one place, in High-Definition digital.

    Park once (it's free), see 13 films in two distinct programs, enjoy good food and drink between the screenings.

    Screening at The Carnegie, Covington KY
    Program "A"   Saturday March 15, 4:00
    repeats Sunday March 16, 7:00
    Program "B"   Saturday March 15, 7:00
    repeats Sunday March 16, 4:00

    S O L D  O U T

    COMBO 1   All in one day, Saturday, March 15
    Program A at 4 PM & Program B at 7 PM
    S O L D   O U T

    COMBO 2   Afternoons, 4 PM each day
    Saturday, March 15 and Sunday, March 16
    S O L D   O U T

    COMBO 3   Evenings, 7 PM each day
    Saturday, March 15 and Sunday, March 16
    S O L D   O U T

    COMBO 4   All in one day, Sunday, March 16
    Program B at 4 PM and Program A at 7 PM
    Click here for Single Tickets SINGLE TICKETS  All programs
    Advance sales are closed. Approx. 20 single tickets for 7 pm Sunday at the door – arrive by 6 pm first-come, first-served; no holds or waiting list.

    Socialize, eat and drink between the sessions
    Enjoy your favorite beverage from the bar,
    plus delicious entrees, small plates, desserts
    and espresso from Coffee Emporium.
    Cinema Menu


    Program A ~ Film Roster
    Total Run Time approximately 98 minutes.

    Oscar Short List    Animation

    Director Saschka Unseld, USA, 6 minutes.

    Umbrellas in love! Set against photo-realistic animation, ordinary objects are slightly anthropomorphic and in a world of black umbrellas, encourage romance between a blue and red umbrella.

    Bonus Film    Live-Action

    UK, 7 minutes.

    A clever, spot-on parody of the famous series, complete with thick British accents – listen closely, Yanks!

    Oscar Nominee    Animation

    Director Daniel Sousa, USA, 13 minutes.

    A wild boy is found in the woods by a solitary hunter and brought back to civilization. Alienated by a strange new environment, the boy tries to adapt by using the same strategies that kept him safe in the forest.

    Oscar Nominee    Live-Action

    Mark Gill, UK, 13 minutes.

    Starring Tom Hollander (Gosford Park, In the Loop) and Martin Freeman (PBS Sherlock Holmes, The Hobbit, Love Actually). Doctor Williams is called in to examine the enigmatic Mr Voorman, a prisoner with a peculiar affliction: he believes he is a god. The doctor must decide on the sanity of Mr Voorman: is he a faker or a lunatic? But before making a decision, the doctor has several questions in relation to Voorman's claim: why would a god choose to be straitjacketed in a prison, is there a way he can validate his boast and what has any of this got to do with Belgium?

    Oscar Nominee    Animation

    Director Shuhei Morita, Japan, 14 minutes.

    The 18th Century. On a stormy night, deep in the mountains, a man has lost his way and comes across a small shrine. When he enters, the space suddenly turns into a room in a different world. One after another appear abandoned umbrellas, discarded kimonos, and such spectral things. The man painstakingly mends these paraphernalia, which harbor deep-seated bitterness, and brings them comfort. "How well you served people before you turned to rags. Your rest is earned."

    Oscar Nominee    Live-Action

    Director Xavier Legrand, France, 30 minutes.

    Without showing any violence, this film makes excellent use of suspense and dramatic tension in a story about domestic abuse as Miriam and her children flee from danger. Lea Drucker is mesmerizing as Miriam and the story is particularly noteworthy for the spontaneous support she receives from her boss and co-workers.

    OSCAR WINNER    Animation

    Director Laurent Witz, Luxembourg, 11 minutes.

    Mr Hublot lives in a world where characters are made partially of mechanical parts, where the giant scale of machines and the relentless use of salvaged materials reign supreme. A withdrawn, idiosyncratic character with OCD, Mr. Hublot is scared of change and the outside world. The arrival of the dog "Robot Pet" turns his life upside down as two lonely individuals find each other and bond.

    All live-action and animation Oscar nominees and winners will be shown; bonus films and program sequence subject to change.


    Program B ~ Film Roster
    Total Run Time approximately 100 minutes.

    Bonus Film    Live Action

    USA, 3 minutes.

    A humorous American counterpoint to the British D.A. parody in Program A.

    Oscar Nominee    Animation   

    Directors Max Lang and Jan Lachauer, UK, 25 minutes.

    A kind witch invites a surprising collection of animals to join her on her broom, much to the frustration of her cat. An adventure ensues and the crew winds up with a magnificent new broom with room for everyone.
    Featuring the voices of Gillian Anderson (Witch), Rob Brydon (Cat), Martin Clunes (Dog), Sally Hawkins (Bird), Simon Pegg (Narrator), Timothy Spall (Dragon), David Walliams (Frog).

    Oscar Nominee    Live-Action

    Director Esteban Crespo, Spain, 24 minutes.

    The story of Paula and Kaney — two characters, an African child and a Spanish woman, with nothing in common, but whose lives are joined forever.

    Oscar Short List    Animation

    Directors Julien Hazbroucq, Ren Hsien Hsu, Emmanuelle Leleu, William Lorton, & Morrigane Boyer, France, 2012

    Made by talented students at Supinfocom, the amazing and prolific French academy of digital filmmaking. A satire of the 19th century French aristocracy, portrayed by hedonistic chickens.

    Oscar Nominee    Live-Action

    Director Selma Vilhunen, Finland, 7 minutes.

    Mother Sini wakes up in a panic: she has slept in and the family is late for a wedding. She wakes up her husband Jokke and daughters Ella, 6, and Kerttu, 4. They start to prepare themselves in a hurry. Mother is going crazy since nobody else seems to be able to do anything right. Who has soiled father's shirt, hidden the girls' dresses and the wedding gift?

    Oscar Nominee    Animation

    Director Lauren MacMullan, USA, 6 minutes.

    A contemporary homage to the first animated shorts featuring Mickey Mouse, with all-new, black-and-white, hand-drawn animation that is paired with full-color, 3D, CG filmmaking —in the same frame. Mickey (voice of Walt Disney), his favorite gal pal Minnie Mouse and their friends Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow delight in a musical haywagon ride — until Peg-Leg Pete shows up and tries to run them off the road. This groundbreaking short takes a sharp turn when Mickey finds himself separated from Minnie and must use every trick up his sleeve to find his way back to her.

    OSCAR WINNER    Live Action

    Anders Walter, Denmark, 23 minutes.

    A hospital's eccentric janitor helps a dying young boy regain the joy and happiness of life.

    All live-action and animation Oscar nominees and winners will be shown; bonus films and program sequence subject to change.

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