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Oscar Short Film Festival

January 30, 2015 - February 23, 2015

Boogaloo and Graham

Sat, Feb 21: (The Snow has Stopped. The Sun is Shining. All Screenings Are On!)
Animation 3pm @ IU Fine Arts
Live-Action 4:45 @ IU Fine Arts
Animation 7pm @ IU Fine Arts
Live Action: 7:45 @IU Woodburn 

Documentary Program 1 4pm @ IU Woodburn
Documentary Program 2 5:30 @ IU Woodburn


Sunday, Feb 22 — Last Chance!
Animation 3pm @ IU Fine Arts
Oscar Shots: Live-Action 4:45 @ IU Fine Arts
Documentary Program 1 3:30 @ IU Woodburn
Documentary Program 2 5:00 @ IU Woodburn


Short films, like short stories, are often overlooked. The best short subjects have all of the power, scope and resonance of a feature-length film. We are screening the best of the best: 3 programs (one devoted to Animation, one to Live-Action and the third to Documentaries) featuring all 15 Oscar nominees. This is your chance to see the films before the Awards show.

Each individual program is $5 but for $10 you can buy an Oscar Pass admitting you to all three (on different nights, on different weekends). Admission is free for children 7 and under. 

At the screenings you can vote for your favorite film (or the film that you think will win the Oscar) – pick the winning film and  you will win a complimentary ticket to another Ryder film and be entered into a contest for Dinner for Two at FARM.


Where are we? If you are not familiar with campus and not sure how to find us, click here


Meet the nominees!

Read short, snappy descriptions of the Animation films, the Live-Action films and the Documentaries


Or, read the review in the Jan 30th New York Times






January 30, 2015
February 23, 2015


The Ryder


Unnamed Venue
1201 E 7th Street
Bloomington, 47405
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