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For those familiar with the legend of Walt Disney the phrase Persistence of Vision. It was the name of a Disney history magazine, but also stood in for Walt’s driving force. So when I read a letter from one Disney/Pixar … Continue reading
Update: More stories covering the Pixar “Up House” including two great video tours. Bangerter homes, in conjunction with the the Salt Lake City Home Builders Association, has come up with a great way to get visitors, and potential buyers, to … Continue reading
The second major trailer for Cars 2 has been released. In it we get a few more details surrounding the plot and meet a few new characters that add some spice to the story. If you can’t see it here, … Continue reading
The next animated short film to be released by Pixar is “La Luna”. Directed by Enrico Casarosa and produced by Kevin Reher, La Luna is expected to be released in front of the Pixar film “Brave.” I’ve been a long … Continue reading