The Pearce Sisters

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The Pearce Sisters
Directed by Luis Cook
Produced by Jo Allen
Story by Luis Cook (adaptation)
Based on the short story by Kirkham Jackson
Edited by Dan Williamson
Release date
11 June 2007 (Annecy Film Festival, France)
September 2007 (Athens Film Festival, Greece)
January 2008 (Sundance Film Festival, USA)
6 March 2008 (Tampere International Short Film Festival, Finland)
25 April 2008 (RiverRun International Film Festival, USA)
11 October 2008 (Gent International Film Festival, Belgium)
2 May 2009 (Dead by Dawn - Scotland's International Horror Film Festival, UK)
15 May 2009 (Vienna Independent Shorts, Austria)
Running time
9 min 16 sec
Country United Kingdom
Language English

The Pearce Sisters is a 2007 short film created by Aardman Animations.




  • Len Gray
  • Dan Williamson

Critical reception[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

This is a list of awards and nominations of The Pearce Sisters.[1]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2007 Luis Cook (Tied with Juan Pablo Zaramella for Lapsus) ANIMA - Córdoba International Animation Festival Best Animation award for Animated Stories Won
2007 Luis Cook Annecy International Animated Film Festival Special Jury Award for Short Films Won
2007 Luis Cook Annecy International Animated Film Festival The Annecy Cristal award Nominated
2007 Luis Cook Europe Cartoon Forum Cartoon d'Or Won
2007 Luis Cook Cinanima Grand Prize Won
2007 Luis Cook Krok International Animated Films Festival Grand Prix Won
2007 Luis Cook Sitges - Catalan International Film Festival award for Best Animated Short Film Won
2007 Luis Cook Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival Animated Dreams Special Mention Won
2008 Jo Allen and Luis Cook BAFTA Film Award for Best Short Animation Won
2008 Luis Cook Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival award for Best Animation Won
2008 Luis Cook (Prix UIP Tampere) European Film Awards Best Short Film Award Nominated
2008 Luis Cook Tampere International Short Film Festival Prix UIP Tampere (European Short Film) Won
2008 Luis Cook Grand Prix at World Festival of Animated Film Animafest Zagreb Won


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