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There’s been a period of silence following Brave’s win at the Academy Awards, but now director Mark Andrews is talking about the prospects of a sequel. They’re pretty good, winning the Oscar certainly helped. Andrews was in Scotland working with … Continue reading
You know how some days you’re feeling a bit down and then a story comes along and picks you up. Well today I learned the story of a nine-year-old inspired by the Disney/Pixar movie “Brave” to go bald for childhood … Continue reading
Congratulations to the team up in Emeryville, Pixar’s Brave secured Best Animated Feature Film at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards last night. Director Marc Andrews accepted. “Being Brave is about being true to yourself and allowing your loved ones … Continue reading
When Brave arrived on our doorstep late one evening, we immediately unwrapped it and popped it in the DVD player. We enjoyed the movie so much in theaters, the wait to get re-acquainted with old friends from the movie was … Continue reading