Amongst OVID.tv’s many offerings spanning various genres and styles of film, is a plethora of animated short films. These animated shorts are quite the pivot from the streaming site’s overwhelming abundance of documentary-style content, and are woven into the site’s A-Z collections like little gems.
These animated shorts include stories of spirituality, love, the politics of society, and so much more. They unfold in a time span of anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes—a blink of an eye for those accustomed to longer films with comparable impact. There is a range of various animation styles—each different from one another, each with a different mission to inform.
OVID.tv Animated Shorts for All Palates
Collected here is a taste of the many animated shorts available on OVID.tv. In this writer’s view, this collection has a palate for everyone—humor, existentialism, power, fear—all wrapped up in animation that alone will keep audiences entertained.
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About the Author: Margaret Smith ( Photo by Mike Rundle )
Margaret Smith is a multi-genre writer, editor, and Americano enthusiast based out of Chicago. Having recently achieved her B.A. from Columbia College Chicago, she’s now been granted the time to fully enjoy the arts and cultural offerings around her—as well as pursue hobbies such as swimming and reading her way through her bookshelf.