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10 Live Action Shorts Advance in 2013 Oscar Race

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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that 10 live action short films will advance in the voting process for the 86th Academy Awards. One hundred twenty pictures had originally qualified in the category.

The short films and feature animation branch reviewing committee viewed all the eligible entries for the preliminary round of voting at screenings held in Los Angeles. Branch members will now select three to five nominees from among the 10 titles on the shortlist. Branch screenings will be held in Los Angeles, New York and San Francisco in December.

The 10 films are listed below in alphabetical order by title:

Aquel No Era Yo (That Wasn’t Me)
Esteban Crespo, director (Producciones Africanauan)

Avant Que De Tout Perdre (Just before Losing Everything)
Xavier Legrand, director, and Alexandre Gavras, producer (KG Productions)

Dva (Two)
Mickey Nedimovic, director, and Henner Besuch, director of photography (Filoufilm Dani Barsch)

Helium
Anders Walter, director, and Kim Magnusson, producer (M & M Productions)

Kush
Shubhashish Bhutiani, director (Red Carpet Moving Pictures)

Pitääkö Mun Kaikki Hoitaa? (Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?)
Selma Vilhunen, director, and Kirsikka Saari, screenwriter (Tuffi Films)

Record/Play
Jesse Atlas, director, and Thom Fennessey, executive producer (Collaboration Factory)

Throat Song
Miranda de Pencier, director (Northwood Productions)

Tiger Boy
Gabriele Mainetti, director (Goon Films)

The Voorman Problem
Mark Gill, director, and Baldwin Li, producer (Honlodge Productions)

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