November 7, 2014 – The Animated Short Film Feast is Released to Theaters
“Adopt a new best friend at your nearest animal shelter (and feed them responsibly!)”
On November 7, 2014, the Disney short film Feast premiered in theaters, alongside the animated feature film Big Hero 6. The short originally premiered at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival on June 10, 2014. It was directed by Patrick Osborne.
The short begins with a puppy trying to find food on the street, when a man offers him a French fry. The puppy, now named Winston, is brought home to by the guy, who feeds Winston well, complete with human food. Winston is living the good life, when his owner meets a waitress. Suddenly, Winston’s supply of human food runs dry, as the waitress eats health, and gets Winston’s owner to do so as well. The relationship between the couple goes sour, and Winston is once again given his favorite foods while his owner falls into a depression. Seeing his owner in pain, Winston runs out of the house to the restaurant, on a mission to reunite the couple. The pair make up, and eventually get married, with Winston at the wedding. It is once again a happy home, with Winston back to eating dog food, but content that his master is happy. However, when the couple has a baby, Winston can once again eat his favorite human foods, thanks to his new pal.