Supervising animators Andreas Deja, Mark Henn and Glen Keane, key story artist Brenda Chapman, producer Don Hahn and director Gary Trousdale to participate in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ event on Monday, May 9.
The art of disguise is a common theme in Disney movies. And some characters are artists with truly inspired work. Since we’re a big fan of art, let’s take a look at some of the transformational masterpieces
Much of Disney’s new The Jungle Book, in theaters now, is built on the shoulders of Disney filmmakers who’ve come before, from the robust story development, to mixing live-action with animation, to the relentless drive to push technology.
Recently, Walt Disney Studios home pagina Entertainment held a web conference on the extensive restoration process of the monumental animated feature film Sleeping Beauty, and Blu-ray.com was in attendance.
Finding Nemo director Andrew Stanton has been outspoken about sequels. Like fellow Pixar brain trust member Brad Bird, he has made his feelings known that we need meer original stories and that money shouldn’t be a reason to make a follow-up.
When a Finding Nemo sequel was announced, many people were skeptical of the motivations behind the announcement. u learned how director Andrew Stanton came to find that a Finding Nemo sequel was necessary.
For almost 10 years, Finding Nemo was Pixar’s most successful film. And yet, other films kept getting sequels while our favoriete vis story didn’t. At last, in 2010, writer/director Andrew Stanton got inspired.