Pixar Shorts Program

Friday, July 8, 2011, 4:30 p.m.

Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1

Luxo Jr. 1986. USA. Directed by John Lasseter. Pixar’s famous logo lamp makes its debut in this short film. 2 min.
Tin Toy. 1988. USA. Directed by John Lasseter. In this precursor to Toy Story, a drumming tinman hides from a destructive baby. 5 min.
Red's Dream. 1987. USA. Directed by John Lasseter. A lonely and unwanted unicycle imagines a grander fate performing in a circus. 4 min.
Knick Knack. 1989. USA. Directed by John Lasseter. A snowman in a snow globe tries to break out. 4 min.
Geri’s Game. 1997. USA. Directed by Jan Pinkava. An old man plays a riveting and vigorous game of chess with a worthy adversary. 4 min.
For the Birds. 2000. USA. Directed by Ralph Eggleston. This beautiful short about an “ugly duckling” ends with a hilarious punchline. 3 min.
Mike's New Car. 2002. USA. Directed by Pete Docter, Roger Gould. Mike and Sully from Monsters, Inc. try out an uncooperative automobile. 4 min.
Boundin'. 2003. USA. Directed by Bud Luckey. Codirected by Roger Gould. In this rhyming parable, a wise jackalope edifies a preening lamb. 5 min.
One Man Band. 2005. USA. Directed by Andrew Jimenez, Mark Andrews. Two street musicians extravagantly one-up each other as they compete for a child’s coin. 5 min.
Jack-Jack Attack. 2005. USA. Directed by Brad Bird. This side story from The Incredibles reveals what happened when the family left the baby alone with the sitter. 5 min.

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