SparkShorts

SparkShorts is a series of American independentanimatedshort films produced by Pixar Animation Studios. It consists of a program in which Pixar’s employees are given six months and limited budgets to develop animated short films that were originally released on Pixar’s YouTube channel, and later on Disney+.

Series of Pixar animated independent short films
SparkShorts
Created by Pixar
Original work Purl (2019)
Owner The Walt Disney Company
Years 2019–present
Films and television
Short film(s)
Audio
Soundtrack(s) See below

Purl, Smash and Grab and Kitbull, the first three shorts of the SparkShorts program, were released at SIGGRAPH on August 14, 2018, before having a limited release at El Capitan Theater on January 8, 2019. Purl was officially released on February 4, 2019, on YouTube while Smash and Grab and Kitbull were released on February 11 and 18, respectively. Subsequent shorts were released on November 12, 2019, on Disney+, including Float, rather than on YouTube. The shorts have been praised for their more mature themes compared to traditional Pixar feature productions.

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Pixar first announced the SparkShorts program on January 18, 2019.[1] The program consists of giving employees at Pixar six months and a limited budget to develop indie short films, all of them based on personal experiences.[2] The program was developed in order to find new filmmakers at Pixar.[2] Bobby Rubio, writer/director of the SparkShort film Float, described the program as “different film from the kinds of films” developed at Pixar, while Lindsey Collins said that the shorts are referred to as SparkShorts because Pixar “[wants] to discover that creative spark” in its employees.[2] Jim Morris said: “The SparkShorts program is designed to discover new storytellers, explore new storytelling techniques, and experiment with new production workflows”, adding that it “[provides] an opportunity to unlock the potential of individual artists and their inventive filmmaking approaches on a smaller scale than [Pixar’s] normal fare”.[3]

# Film Release date Director(s) Writer(s) Producer(s) Executive producer(s) Editor(s) Composer(s)
Screenplay Story
1 Purl February 4, 2019 (2019-02-04) Kristen Lester Michael Daley, Bradley Furnish, Lester & James Robertson Gillian Libbert-Duncan Lindsey Collins Furnish Pinar Toprak
2 Smash and Grab February 11, 2019 (2019-02-11) Brian Larsen David Lally Lindsey Collins, Mary Alice Drumm & Dana Murray Nicole Vanderneut Barney Jones
3 Kitbull February 18, 2019 (2019-02-18) Rosana Sullivan Kathryn Hendrickson Lindsey Collins Katie Schaefer Bishop Andrew Jimenez
4 Float November 12, 2019 (2019-11-12) Bobby Rubio Krissy Cababa[4] Gregory Amundson Jones[4]
5 Wind December 13, 2019 (2019-12-13) Edwin Chang Jesús MartÍnez Tim Fox Jimenez
6 Loop January 10, 2020 (2020-01-10) Erica Milsom Adam Burke, Matthias De Clercq & Milsom Michael Warch & Krissy Cababa[5] Jason Brodkey Mark Orton[5]
7 Out May 22, 2020 (2020-05-22) Steven Hunter Max Sachar Lindsey Collins & David Lally Noah Newman Jake Monaco
8 Burrow December 25, 2020 (2020-12-25) Madeline Sharafian Mike Capbarat Anna Wolitzky N/A
9 Twenty Something September 10, 2021 (2021-09-10) Aphton Corbin Erik Langley Nicole Paradis Grindle & Micheal K. O’Brien Amera Rizk ASTU
10 Nona September 17, 2021 (2021-09-17) Louis Gonzales Mike Wu Courtney Casper Kent Jennifer Jew Cristy Road Carrera

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