Robot & Scarecrow

Synopsis: A love story between a robot and a scarecrow who meet and fall for each other at a summer music festival.
Genre: Animation, Short
Director(s): Kibwe Tavares
  1 win & 1 nomination.
15 min


Power failure.

You've got 30 seconds.

Decommission unit.

Power failure.

Decommission unit.

Guys, where's the machine?

Guys, answer me!

Where's the machine?

One, two...

Bring the machine out.

Doesn't matter what condition it's in.

Bring the machine out right now!


Power failure.

Decommission unit.

Unit reset.

Starting bootup sequence.

Twelve hours' life remaining.

Battery unstable.

Get her off the stage!

Put her out! Put her out!

Take her out!

Get her off the...

Someone get her off the stage!

Where are you?

Look out! Get out!

Stop her! Stop!

She's not down here.

Battery unstable.

One hour life remaining.

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Christopher O'Reilly

Hon. Christopher O'Reilly, K.S.G., (1835 – 11 January 1910) was a politician in colonial Tasmania. O'Reilly was member for Kingborough in the Tasmanian House of Assembly from 28 September 1871 to December 1882. He was later member for Ringarooma in the Assembly from 29 March 1906 to 30 April 1909.O'Reilly was Minister of Lands and Works in Tasmania from August 1876 to August 1877, in the Reibey Ministry, and was sworn of the Executive Council on the former date.O'Reilly held the same portfolio in the Crowther and Giblin Ministries from Dec. 1878 to Dec. 1882, when he resigned and accepted the appointment of Stipendiary Magistrate at Scottsdale. Mr. O'Reilly was created a Knight of St. Gregory by Pope Leo XIII. On 4 May 1909, O'Reilly was elected to the Tasmanian Legislative Council for South Esk as an independent, holding that position until his death. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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