Fine Feathers

Fine Feathers is a 1968 short film by Canadian animator Evelyn Lambart. The entire production is made of paper, painted and cut into pieces.

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Two rival birds trade in their feathers for something they believe is prettier: cedar branches for the blue jay, and red oak leaves for the loon. But they soon find out that beauty is fleeting, and vanity has its drawbacks. -via The Kid Should See This

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