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“Lost & Found”, Oscar Shortlisted Stop-Motion Animation

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Lost & Found is a stop motion short film that tugs at the heartstrings. A knitted toy dinosaur must completely unravel itself to save the love of its life. Directed by Andrew Goldsmith and Bradley Slabe.

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