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'Feast' your eyes on Disney's new animated short, which stars a very cute puppy

Meet Winston, the adorable, endlessly energetic, food-loving Boston terrier and star of Disney Animation’s short, Feast.

Told from the point of view of the impossibly cute pooch, Feast follows Winston on his years-long culinary journey alongside his sweet schlub of an owner. EW got an exclusive look at the unique hand-drawn/computer animated movie from director Patrick Osborne, who was animation supervisor on the Oscar-winning short Paperman.

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'One Hundred and One Dalmatians' and 'Aladdin': Mondo reveals 'Oh My Disney' posters before SXSW -- EXCLUSIVE

Mondo artists, the terrific mad hatters behind the collectible poster division of Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, have brought their signature touch to the delightful (and often deliciously dark) world of Walt Disney. The new pop culture blog Oh My Disney and Mondo partnered so fans can dive deep into decades of formative film nostalgia, enjoying beloved characters with fresh eyes courtesy of veteran artists like Martin Ansin and Jeff Soto.

“Disney has a special way of bringing out the magic in all of us,” Mondo CEO Justin Ishmael said in a statement. “We hope our work sparks the imagination of both Disney and Mondo fans.”

This exclusive look at posters for One Hundred and One Dalmatians and Aladdin is just a sneak peek of the “Nothing’s Impossible” show running at the Mondo Gallery during SXSW from March 7 to March 11 in Austin, Texas. See more posters from Oh My Disney here. READ FULL STORY

Old-school Mickey Mouse gets future shock in 'Get a Horse!' -- FIRST LOOK

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Mickey Mouse always loved to dance, but this particular jig is up.

For months, Walt Disney Animation Studios has hinted at the existence of a “never-before-seen” Mickey short called Get a Horse! From the early stills, it appeared to be in the rough-hewn, black-and-white style of 1920s-era animation pioneered by Disney innovator Ub Iwerks. Walt Disney himself was said to be the voice of Mickey, a job he stopped doing in 1946.

But “never-before-seen” is actually a euphemism for “brand new,” which the company came clean about at the recent D23 fan convention in Anaheim, Calif., where Get a Horse! was screened in its entirety and revealed to be a wholey original creation that fuses old-timey flare with state-of-the-art digital animation and 3-D effects.

The image above is the first picture released showing both formats in action.

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