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Saturday 10, April

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

Saturday 10, April

The Courier

The Courier

PG-13for violence, partial nudity, brief strong language, and smoking throughout.

Saturday 10, April

The Mauritanian

The Mauritanian

Rfor violence including a sexual assault, and language.

Saturday 10, April

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

Saturday 10, April

Another Round

Another Round

Saturday 10, April

Sunday 11, April

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Sunday 11, April

The Courier

The Courier

PG-13for violence, partial nudity, brief strong language, and smoking throughout.

Sunday 11, April

Another Round

Another Round

Sunday 11, April

The Mauritanian

The Mauritanian

Rfor violence including a sexual assault, and language.

Sunday 11, April

Nixa Party

Nixa Party

Sunday 11, April

Monday 12, April

The Courier

The Courier

PG-13for violence, partial nudity, brief strong language, and smoking throughout.

Monday 12, April

Another Round

Another Round

Monday 12, April

The Mauritanian

The Mauritanian

Rfor violence including a sexual assault, and language.

Monday 12, April

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

Monday 12, April

Tuesday 13, April

The Courier

The Courier

PG-13for violence, partial nudity, brief strong language, and smoking throughout.

Tuesday 13, April

Another Round

Another Round

Tuesday 13, April

Rick Winston Presents:  Food Movies to Savor

Rick Winston Presents: Food Movies to Savor

Tuesday 13, April

The Mauritanian

The Mauritanian

Rfor violence including a sexual assault, and language.

Tuesday 13, April

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

Tuesday 13, April

Tuesday 20, April

Rick Winston Presents:  The Hollywood Blacklist

Rick Winston Presents: The Hollywood Blacklist

Tuesday 20, April

Thursday 22, April

UES Part 2 event

UES Part 2 event

Thursday 22, April

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Animation

For over a decade, ShortsTV has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe. This exclusive release features the year’s most spectacular short films and for a limited time is available to watch on the big screen. Each nominee is released in one of three distinct feature-length compilations according to their category of nomination: Live Action, Animation or Documentary. The films go into theaters around the world shortly after nominations are announced and are not released anywhere else until a few days before the Oscars®, when they are also made available via on demand platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play and Vimeo on Demand. The release ensures the greatest number of viewers can see all the nominees before the ceremony, while providing short filmmakers with an unprecedented opportunity to commercialise their movies. In 2019, the Oscar® Nominated Short Films were released in over 600 theaters across the US, garnering reviews in every major news outlet, from the Hollywood Reporter, Variety and Deadline to the New York Times and Huffington Post. The films earned over $3.5m in the box office and were also released in theaters around the world, including Canada, UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, China and Australia among others, making it a truly international release. We at ShortsTV believe the nominees are the absolute leading edge of what is the world’s very best in short film and the true future of filmmaking, especially if you believe that the future of filmmaking is short film...and we do!

Sunday 11, April

Tuesday 13, April

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2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Documentary

For over a decade, ShortsTV has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe. This exclusive release features the year’s most spectacular short films and for a limited time is available to watch on the big screen. Each nominee is released in one of three distinct feature-length compilations according to their category of nomination: Live Action, Animation or Documentary. The films go into theaters around the world shortly after nominations are announced and are not released anywhere else until a few days before the Oscars®, when they are also made available via on demand platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play and Vimeo on Demand. The release ensures the greatest number of viewers can see all the nominees before the ceremony, while providing short filmmakers with an unprecedented opportunity to commercialise their movies. In 2019, the Oscar® Nominated Short Films were released in over 600 theaters across the US, garnering reviews in every major news outlet, from the Hollywood Reporter, Variety and Deadline to the New York Times and Huffington Post. The films earned over $3.5m in the box office and were also released in theaters around the world, including Canada, UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, China and Australia among others, making it a truly international release. We at ShortsTV believe the nominees are the absolute leading edge of what is the world’s very best in short film and the true future of filmmaking, especially if you believe that the future of filmmaking is short film...and we do!

Saturday 10, April

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

2021 Oscar Nominated Shorts: Live Action

For over a decade, ShortsTV has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe. This exclusive release features the year’s most spectacular short films and for a limited time is available to watch on the big screen. Each nominee is released in one of three distinct feature-length compilations according to their category of nomination: Live Action, Animation or Documentary. The films go into theaters around the world shortly after nominations are announced and are not released anywhere else until a few days before the Oscars®, when they are also made available via on demand platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play and Vimeo on Demand. The release ensures the greatest number of viewers can see all the nominees before the ceremony, while providing short filmmakers with an unprecedented opportunity to commercialise their movies. In 2019, the Oscar® Nominated Short Films were released in over 600 theaters across the US, garnering reviews in every major news outlet, from the Hollywood Reporter, Variety and Deadline to the New York Times and Huffington Post. The films earned over $3.5m in the box office and were also released in theaters around the world, including Canada, UK, France, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, South Africa, Mexico, Chile, China and Australia among others, making it a truly international release. We at ShortsTV believe the nominees are the absolute leading edge of what is the world’s very best in short film and the true future of filmmaking, especially if you believe that the future of filmmaking is short film...and we do!

Saturday 10, April

Monday 12, April

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Another Round

Another Round

Saturday 10, April

Sunday 11, April

Monday 12, April

Tuesday 13, April

Show Future Dates
Nixa Party

Nixa Party

Sunday 11, April

Rick Winston Presents:  Food Movies to Savor

Rick Winston Presents: Food Movies to Savor

Tuesday 13, April

Rick Winston Presents:  The Hollywood Blacklist

Rick Winston Presents: The Hollywood Blacklist

Tuesday 20, April

The Courier

The Courier

PG-13for violence, partial nudity, brief strong language, and smoking throughout.

Saturday 10, April

Sunday 11, April

Monday 12, April

Tuesday 13, April

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The Mauritanian

The Mauritanian

Rfor violence including a sexual assault, and language.

Captured by the U.S. Government, Mohamedou Ould Slahi (Tahar Rahim) languishes in prison for years without charge or trial. Losing all hope, Slahi finds allies in defense attorney Nancy Hollander (Jodie Foster) and her associate Teri Duncan (Shailene Woodley). Together they face countless obstacles in a desperate pursuit for justice. Their controversial advocacy, along with evidence uncovered by formidable military prosecutor, Lt. Colonel Stuart Couch (Benedict Cumberbatch), eventually reveals a shocking and far reaching conspiracy. Based on the New York Times best-selling memoir, this is the explosive true story of a fight for survival against all odds.

Saturday 10, April

Sunday 11, April

Monday 12, April

Tuesday 13, April

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UES Part 2 event

UES Part 2 event

Thursday 22, April