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Title The South Bank Show: Disney/Pixar / Director: Levi, Jonathan
Published Australia : ABC2, 2009
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Summary This film is a celebration of the creative talents of the hand-drawn animation and groundbreaking computer animation techniques that the two studios Disney and Pixar, have brought to filmmaking.Pioneered by Disney at the beginning of the last century and continued by Pixar at the beginning of the present one, the South Bank Show discovers the secrets behind the animation process of the Disney Animation Studios in Burbank and the Pixar Studios in San Francisco - from story board to silver screen, and shows how they are currently leading the way in the genre.With great archive footage from such classic films as Bambi and Wall.E, the much loved characters capture the hearts and imaginations of millions, and their creators show how with extraordinary attention to detail, passion and unique care they imbue such life into them.A visit to Walt Disney World in Florida shows how the magic of the films translates and evolves into rides and themed events.The South Bank Show interviews iconic figures including: Dick Cook (CEO of Disney), John Lasseter (chief creative officer of Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios and director of Toy Story and Cars), Andrew Stanton (director of Finding Nemo and Wall.E) and Pete Doctor (director of Monsters Inc and Up).PRODUCTION DETAILS:Producer/director: Jonathan Levi Press; Edited and presented by Melvin Bragg
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2010-11-28 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Animated films -- Themes, motives.
Computer graphics -- Industrial applications.
Lasseter, John.
Motion pictures -- Production and direction.
Pixar (Firm)
Form Streaming video
Author Bragg, Melvyn, host
Levi, Jonathan, director