Some movies, no matter how short, can truly stir people’s hearts. After all, it’s all about the plot, the musical score, and more importantly, how the director told the story.
From one of the animators behind “Zootopia” comes this touching, animated short about love and acceptance. “The Present,” is a heart-warming, four-minute animated film created by Vimeo user Jacob Frey—a young, talented director and character animator from Germany.
The story, which was based on a comic strip by Fabio Coala, is about a boy who received an unexpected gift from his mom. Although disappointed at first, he soon learned more about his “present.” Until, finally, he was able to come to terms with it and, more importantly, with himself.
We guarantee that the ending will move you to tears.
The video has been shown at more than 180 film festivals. After watching this, you’d understand why it won over 50 awards.
Watch the video and tell us what you think about it. Also, don’t forget to share it with your family and friends.
Wintergatan’s Wooden Machine Makes Beautiful Music Using 2,000 Marbles
I am officially mind blown!
Whoever believes you need advanced technology to make good music is absolutely wrong.
As proven by this viral music video by Wintergatan, one can actually use good old marbles to make a cool-sounding tune. Well, some marbles and this awesome-looking music machine, at least.
Built by Swedish musician Martin Molin, the Wintergatan Marble Machine is a handmade wooden music box powered by 2,000 marbles. It has a kick drum, bass, vibraphone, and several other instruments. ...
Leonardo DiCaprio Finally Wins an Oscar and the Internet Went Nuts!
“We’re the king of the wooooorld!”
Today is the day Leonardo DiCaprio finally won a much-deserved Oscar, and the internet is rejoicing along with him.
While the the man of the hour was giving an Oscar-worthy acceptance speech before a standing ovation crowd at the Dolby Theatre, social media totally erupted with all sorts of congratulations for the much-loved star. Tweets, posts, and memes about Leo came out left and right, ranging from heart-warming to downright hilarious.
Because seriously, THIS was us when his name was called out for the Best Actor award....
12-Year-Old Kid With Incurable Disease Covers Eminem’s “Not Afraid”
This boy is an inspiration. Also, he’s incredibly talented!
We all fight different battles in life.
12-year-old Sparsh Shah of Iselin, New Jersey has a unique struggle. He was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, an incurable disease that affects the bones. Because of this disorder, the boy has extremely brittle bones and so he can’t even walk or run like normal kids. Having this condition means even a strong hand shake can possibly break his bones.
Despite his difficult physical challenges, however, what’s amazing about Sparsh is his strong spirit. ...
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