Feel Warm & Fuzzy With These Animated Films

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IndieFlix brings engaging stories to movie lovers around the world. With over 8,000 high quality shorts, features, documentaries, classic TV and web series.

Check out some of our best animated shorts on IndieFlix. 

Ride of Passage – Toki’s
tribe expects him to bring home the head of the biggest animal possible.
However, this rite of
passage does not turn out as planned. With the help of a colorful new
friend, he achieves something much bigger. http://bit.ly/2aP7aXm

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The Lost Thing – A boy discovers a bizarre looking creature while out collecting bottle tops at the beach. For reasons he does not explain, the boy empathizes with the creature, and sets out to find a place for it. http://bit.ly/29CpKyw

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Out of Bounds – Allan’s
phobias and boundaries from his Asperger syndrome are challenged when he
must brave the outdoors to save his only friend, a pet fish named Paul. http://bit.ly/29NMpYd

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Blind Luck – A seeing eye dog must choose between his favorite toy and his owner. http://bit.ly/29wpnmn

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Watch These 4 Films with Dad to Celebrate Father’s Day

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IndieFlix brings engaging stories to movie lovers around the world. With over 8,000 high quality shorts, features, documentaries, classic TV and web series.

Dedicate the day to dad with these heartfelt films on IndieFlix!

The Nostalgist – Feel the bond between father and son in this Blade Runner meets Hugo dystopian and  futuristic tale. Watch it on Indieflix! http://bit.ly/1UBj5nT

Son: “Why do the pieces sacrifice themselves for each other?”

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Dik – Experience the difficulties of fatherhood in this hilarious short film. http://bit.ly/1P0L6pT

Father: “What’s that bit supposed to be?”

Son: “Grass.”

Father: “Well why is it pink?”

Son: “Cause I like pink.”

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Jack Hunter and the Lost Treasure of Ugarit – Go on an adventure in this National Treasure/Indiana Jones-esque action adventure with dad this Father’s Day. http://bit.ly/1X2ZOyW

“Oh my god. You stole the tablet.”

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The Hero PoseAn adorable and touching story about a struggling dad and his daughter. http://bit.ly/1PgarXG

Father: “Did your mom tell you that?”

Mia (8 years old): “No, I heard it on NPR.”

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