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List of Pixar awards and nominations (short films)

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List of Pixar awards and nominations (short films)

Pixar Animation Studios has released many short films and received awards for many of them.

Contents

  • The Adventures of André and Wally B. 1
  • Luxo Jr. 2
  • Red's Dream 3
  • Tin Toy 4
  • Knick Knack 5
  • Geri's Game 6
  • For the Birds 7
  • Mike's New Car 8
  • Boundin' 9
  • Jack-Jack Attack 10
  • One Man Band 11
  • Mater and the Ghostlight 12
  • Lifted 13
  • Your Friend the Rat 14
  • Presto 15
  • BURN-E 16
  • Partly Cloudy 17
  • Dug's Special Mission 18
  • Day & Night 19
  • La Luna 20

The Adventures of André and Wally B.

The Adventures of André and Wally B. did not receive any awards or nominations.

Luxo Jr.

Awards for Luxo Jr.
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
1986 Ottawa International Animation Festival Best film less than 5 Minutes John Lasseter & William Reeves 2nd Place
1987 Academy Awards Best Short Film, Animated John Lasseter & William Reeves Nominated
Berlin International Film Festival Best Short Film John Lasseter & William Reeves Won
World Animation Celebration Computer Assisted Animation John Lasseter & William Reeves Won

Red's Dream

Red's Dream did not receive any awards or nominations.

Tin Toy

Awards for Tin Toy
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
1989 Academy Awards Best Short Film, Animated John Lasseter & William Reeves Won
Seattle International Film Festival Best Short Film John Lasseter & William Reeves Won
World Animation Celebration Computer-Assisted Animation Won
2003 National Film Preservation Board Added to the National Film Registry. Won

Knick Knack

Awards for Knick Knack
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
1990 Seattle International Film Festival Best Short Film John Lasseter Won

Geri's Game

Awards for Geri's Game
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
1997 Academy Awards Best Short Film, Animated Jan Pinkava Won
1998 Anima Mundi Animation Festival Audience Award, Best Film - Rio de Janeiro Selection Jan Pinkava Won
Audience Award, Best Film - São Paulo Selection Jan Pinkava Won
Annecy International Animated Film Festival Audience Award Jan Pinkava Won
Annie Awards Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Subject Won
Florida Film Festival Best Short Jan Pinkava Won
World Animation Celebration Best 3-D CGI by Professional Jan Pinkava Won
Zagreb World Festival of Animated Films Internet Favorite Jan Pinkava Won

For the Birds

Awards for For the Birds
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2000 Annie Awards Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Subject Won
Sitges-Catalonian International Film Festival Best Animated Short Film Ralph Eggleston Won
2001 Anima Mundi Animation Festival Audience Award, Best Film - Rio de Janeiro Selection Ralph Eggleston Won
Audience Award, Best Film - São Paulo Selection Ralph Eggleston Won
Chicago International Children's Film Festival Short Film or Video - Animation Ralph Eggleston 2nd Place
Vancouver Effects and Animation Festival Animated Computer 3D Short Ralph Eggleston, Karen Dufilho, John Lasseter, Bill Wise & James Ford Murphy 1st Place
2002 Academy Awards Best Short Film, Animated Ralph Eggleston Won

Mike's New Car

Awards for Mike's New Car
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2003 Academy Awards Best Short Film, Animated Pete Docter & Roger Gould Nominated
DVD Exclusive Awards Best New, Enhanced or Reconstructed Movie Scenes Pete Docter, Roger Gould & Gale Gortney Nominated

Boundin'

Awards for Boundin'
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2004 Academy Awards Best Short Film, Animated Bud Luckey Nominated
Annie Awards Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Subject Won

Jack-Jack Attack

Awards for Jack-Jack Attack
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2006 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation - Short Form Nominated

One Man Band

Awards for One Man Band
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2006 Academy Awards Best Short Film, Animated Mark Andrews & Andrew Jimenez Nominated

Mater and the Ghostlight

Mater and the Ghostlight did not receive any awards or nominations.

Lifted

Awards for Lifted
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2007 Academy Awards Best Short Film, Animated Gary Rydstrom Nominated

Your Friend the Rat

Awards for Your Friend the Rat
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2008 Annie Awards Best Animated Short Subject Won

Presto

Awards for Presto
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2009 Academy Awards Best Short Film - Animated Doug Sweetland Nominated
Annie Awards Best Animated Short Subject Nominated

BURN-E

BURN-E has currently not received any awards or nominations.

Partly Cloudy

Partly Cloudy has currently not received any awards or nominations.

Dug's Special Mission

Dug's Special Mission has currently not received any awards or nominations.

Day & Night

Awards for Day & Night
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2010 Academy Awards Best Short Film - Animated Nominated
Annie Awards Best Animated Short Subject Won
Visual Effects Society Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Short Won

La Luna

Awards for La Luna
Year Association Award Category Recipient (if any) Status
2011 Academy Awards Best Short Film - Animated Enrico Casarosa Nominated
Annie Awards Best Animated Short Subject Nominated
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