In an era of slick production, CGI and Pixar, Konstantin Bronzit’s “Lavatory Lovestory” may be sentimental, but it’s brilliant in its simplicity. No color, no computers, no dialogue. Yet in nine minutes it covers all the human emotions of despair, hope, joy. This year’s nominations may not be the best animation the world has to offer (the Academy is a little predictable and safe to say the least) but they’re impressive nevertheless. While Pixar’s “Presto“ is the likely favorite, “Oktapadi” is wonderful and “La Maison en Petits Cubes” gets rave reviews as well.