What’s extraordinary about Pigeon: Impossible is that it’s a studio-quality short – you almost expect to see the Pixar logo on it – that was made with $10,000 and a lot of goodwill from an intern at a small animation company in Washington. Most of the budget was spent on the orchestral score. Martell estimates that if the six-minute film had been made professionally, with animators working at studio rates, it would have cost as much as $1.3m.
'The Guardian’ heeft een lijst samengesteld met hun favoriete korte (online) films. Onderaan in de comments wordt het lijstje aangevuld door lezers.