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Lip Sync is a series of British shorts created by Aardman Animations it consists of 5 short films that was shown on Channel 4. Nick Park's contribution to the series was the film Creature Comforts, which later won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short in 1990.

ShortsEdit

Creature Comforts is a 1989 short film it is part of the Lip Sync series and created by Nick Park. The film focuses on various animals in a zoo being interviewed about their living conditions these include a depressed gorilla, a Brazilian puma, a young hippopotamus and a family of polar bears. Who complain about the cold weather, poor quality and the lack of space and freedom.​

War Story is a 1989 short film it is part of the Lip Sync series and created by Aardman Animations. The film focuses on Bill Perry who relates stories about his youth, his tilted house, and adventures during World War 2 in Bristol, England during the blitz.

Next is a 1990 short film it is part of the Lip Sync series and created by Aardman Animations. The film focuses William Shakespeare, without saying a word, gives a quick run through of all his plays in a very special audition.

Ident is a 1990 short film it is part of the Lip Sync series and created by Aardman Animations. The film focuses on a man and a dog who resembles Rex from Rex the runt

Going Equipped is a 1990 short film it is part of the Lip Sync series and created by Aardman Animations. The film focuses on a young man in prison is interviewed and talks about his life, how he got into prison, and what it's like doing time.