Share
Save
59

Oscars GIF Guide: 20 Award-Winning Animated GIFs

Who says GIF guides are just for the holidays? To celebrate the glory of the Oscars, here are 20 GIFs from a selection of best picture nominees and winners from the last 12 years. And the award goes to…

1. Django Unchained (2012 Nominee): Oh Leo, you are a good villain.

2. Silver Linings Playbook (2012 Nominee): Katniss, is that you?

3. Les Miserables (2012 Nominee): And little people know, when little people fight, we may look like easy pickings, but we’ve got some bite!

4. Life of Pi (2012 Nominee): A hyperreal portrayal of what’s quickly become a classic traveler’s novel.

5. The Artist (2011 Winner): Is the animated GIF the new silent film? Maybe.

6. The Help (2011 Nominee): Skeeter and Hilly in a cat fight on the porch? Yes.

7. Midnight in Paris (2011 Nominee): Definitely dig Adrian Brody’s caricature of Dali in this flick.

8. True Grit (2010 Nominee): The landscapes in this movie are outrageously beautiful, dusty, and surprisingly serene.

9. Toy Story 3 (2010 Nominee): Disco Ken definitely has the moves.

10. The Social Network (2010 Nominee): Is this a scene from Facebook’s actual headquarters? ;)

11. Black Swan (2010 Nominee): And spin, and spin… and spin!

12. Up (2009 Nominee): True love.

13. Inglourious Basterds (2009 Nominee): A basterd’s work is never done.

14. Juno (2007 Nominee): Look at these two youngins!

15. Little Miss Sunshine (2006 Nominee): Man, we really need to watch this movie again. So. Much. Color.

16. Lost in Translation (2003 Nominee): It was tough to choose the best GIF from this one, but nothing beats a begrudging treadmill scene.

17. Chicago (2002): Don’t mess.

18. Lord of the Rings (2001 Nominee): Gandalf is clearly the original Flo Rida.

19. Moulin Rouge (2001): It’s a little bit funny, this feeling insiiiide…

20. Gladiator (2000): Tell us, are you not entertained?!

Bonus! More Little Miss Sunshine please! To learn how to make your own animated GIF, head here.

Happy Oscar Sunday!!

About the author

Anjelika Temple

As the Creative and Editorial Director of Brit + Co., Anj brings her voracious consumption of all things creative and colorful to DIY projects, gadgetry finds, and, perhaps, one too many spiked sweets.

Most Recent