WATCH Paperman

Posted by Grey Thursday, February 7, 2013

Easily one of the best animation we have seen last year, John Kahrs' Paperman is now available online in its entirety, courtesy of Walt Disney Animation Studio. 

While Wreck-In Ralph is undoubtedly one of the most memorable animated films we have witnessed in 2012, the fact that it has to follow John Kahrs' Paperman in its theatrical release was either a curse or a blessing depending on how you appraised Wreck-It Ralph. Screened ahead of Wreck-It Ralph, Paperman has since won over the film critics with overwhelmingly positive response having won the Annie Award for Best Animated Short Subject and receiving a nomination for Best Animated Short Film at the 85th Academy Awards. 

A testament of how traditional 2D animation can yet exuberate brilliance surpassing computer-generated 3D when done the right way, Paperman is a heart-warming delightful animated short that will certainly be worthy of your six minutes. Now thanks to Walt Disney Animation Studio, Paperman is now readily available online. Hit the jump to check out the awesome animation right away.

The poster for Paperman.

Images from the animated short film.

Here's the synopsis of the animated short:

The story of a young man in NYC relying on his heart, imagination, a stack of papers—and a little luck—to win the girl of his dreams. 


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