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Tag Archives: animated short
The world created by Pixar for the Cars movies is the creative inspiration for the 12 acre expansion at DCA known as Cars Land, which is chiefly composed of Radiator Springs, the town from the Cars movies. To help promote … Continue reading
Disney*Pixar has made available a short clip of the Oscar nominated short, “La Luna.” It’s different from what we’ve seen so far and very beautiful. La Luna is the timeless fable of a young boy who is coming of age … Continue reading
One of the reasons to go see Beauty & The Beast 3D in theaters this week is because of what comes before it. The new Disney animated short “Tangled Ever After” tells a wild and wacky story about the wedding … Continue reading
The linchpin of Walt Disney’s creative genius was that even when faced with the sort of loss that would devastate most people, he never gave up. Walt’s biggest creative loss was when Charles Mintz stole away the rights to Oswald … Continue reading