Oscar for Best Animated Short Film Winner!
A young and bright-eyed Sandpiper is motivated by her mother to start hunting for food along with the rest of the flock in the sandy seashore. However, the tiny bird is still terrorised by the surfs that break on the ocean’s shoreline, unable to take care of herself. Poor little Piper, growing up is difficult, nevertheless, your caring mother believes in you.
Irrepressibly adorable film!
Piper is a 2016 computer-animated short film produced by Pixar Animation Studios. Written and directed by Alan Barillaro, it was theatrically released alongside Pixar’s Finding Dory on June 17, 2016. At the 89th Academy Awards it won the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. Like many of Pixar’s shorts it has a lot more depth than can be expected in a short running time, and the unique aspect to this is how the birds and ocean moves so closely as to how in life that it’s only incredible that it wasn’t done via digital-rendering on actual animals.
Directed by Alan Barillaro.