Watch the Full Pixar Short Film ‘Bao’ For Free on YouTube (One Week Only)

Watch the full Pixar short film, “Bao” for free on YouTube in celebration of the film getting short-listed as one of the 10 finalists for the Oscars.
Watch Pixar's full short film Bao for free on YouTube for one week

Pixar’s Bao has been shortlisted by the Academy Awards as one of the ten short films which will move forward in the next round of voting for the Best Animated Short Film in next year’s Oscars. In honor of the fantastic news, Pixar has allowed fans to watch Domee Shi’s directorial-debut on YouTube for one week.

Watch the short embedded below if you haven’t seen previoulsy (or just want to watch it again) as Domee is sure to continue to make waves within the studio. She’s consistently talked about as an up-and-comer who is also slated to direct a future full-length Pixar film. If you are reading this after December 24, 2018 (when the video is slated to come down), or just want to own the beautiful East-meets-West film, links are listed below the video.

Updated – the video has been taken down, but you can view or purchase the short using the links below.

PURCHASING BAO

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WATCH/PURCHASE BAO INDIVIDUALLY

View and purchase the short film on AppleVudu or Amazon.

LISTEN/PURCHASE – BAO SOUNDTRACK

Listen and purchase the short film on Apple MusicSpotify or Amazon.

Pixar Post — T.J.

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