Trailers Released for Disney’s “Launchpad” Short Films

Disney+ has released trailers for all six of the Disney’s Launchpad season one short films. You can check them all out below.



What’s Happening:

  • Disney+ has released trailers for all six short films from Disney’s Launchpad, coming to the service on May 28. Inspired by life’s journey, these first six short films for Disney+ are based on the theme, “Discover.”
  • Launchpad is a collection of live-action short films from a new generation of dynamic storytellers with the goal to diversify the types of stories that are being told and to give access to those who have historically not had it.
  • Submissions for Season Two of Disney’s Launchpad, which is based around the theme of “Connection,” will be accepted through June 11 and can be submitted at

Disney’s Launchpad Season One Short Films and Trailers:

  • American Eid – Written and Directed by Aqsa Altaf.
    • Ameena, a Muslim Pakistani immigrant, wakes up on Eid to find out that she has to go to school. Homesick and heartbroken, she goes on a mission to make Eid a public-school holiday, and in the process, reconnects with her older sister, and embraces her new home, while her new home embraces her.

  • Dinner Is Served –  Directed by Hao Zheng, Written by G. Wilson & Hao Zheng.
    • A Chinese student at an elite U.S. boarding school realizes excellence is not enough when he tries out for a leadership position no international student has ever applied for.

  • Growing Fangs – Written and Directed by Ann Marie Pace.
    • Val Garcia, a Mexican-American teen who is half human/half vampire, has had to keep her identity a secret from both worlds. But when her human best friend shows up at her monster-infested school, she has to confront her truth, her identity, and herself.

  • Let’s Be Tigers – Written and Directed by Stefanie Abel Horowitz.
    • Avalon’s not ready to process the loss of her mother, but when she’s put in charge of a 4-year-old for one night, she finds more comfort than she ever could have expected.

  • The Last of the Chupacabras – Written and Directed by Jessica Mendez Siqueiros.
    • In a world where culture has nearly ceased to exist, one lone Mexican-American struggling to carry on her traditions unknowingly summons a dark and ancient creature to protect her.

  • The Little Prince(ss) – Written and Directed by Moxie Peng.
    • When Gabriel, a 7-year-old Chinese kid who loves ballet, becomes friends with Rob, another Chinese kid from school, Rob’s dad gets suspicious about Gabriel's feminine behavior and decides to intervene.
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