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Tag Archives: film festival
If you find yourself in Los Angeles this weekend, get on down to the 15th annual LA Shorts Festival. There you’ll be able to attend a Pixar Screening & Workshop from one of Pixar’s animators. The screening will be the … Continue reading
On Wednesday, April 29, audiences at the 2009 Newport Beach Film Festival (April 23 – 30) will again enjoy a “Behind-The-Magic” peek at the art of Disney animation. Disney fans won’t want to miss this chance to see some of … Continue reading
(Editors note: I’m the process of writing the review for the recent re-release of “The Three Caballeros” and “Saludos Amigos” on DVD. That DVD has a wonderful extra that just skims the top of Walt’s famous 1941 trip to Latin … Continue reading
If you’re planning on attending this year’s Newport Beach Film Festival starting this week, you’ll get to enjoy twenty-seven different animation programs. One of these is Roy E. Disney and Don Hahn with some rarely seen Disney animation and experimental … Continue reading