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Pixar loves a good romance story, and the animation studio certainly tells them well, especially in quick doses. Its theatrical shorts -- from Tin Toy (the first computer-animated short film to win an Oscar) to last year's The Blue Umbrella --
Now, Pixar plans to give away RenderMan to aspiring animators.
A reclaimed novel by Don Carpenter, a Shakespearean farce by Christopher Moore, a biography of Bert Berns by Joel Selvin, and guides for Yosemite hikers and vacationing dog lovers complete May's list of new releases by Bay Area authors. "Creativity,
Since Woody and Buzz first burst from the toy box in 1995, Pixar's 14 films have managed the hat trick of being at once technically inventive, emotionally resonant, and commercially gratifying. Ed Catmull, president of Pixar Animation Studios (and of
Tenn. (April 7, 2014)This summer the Frist Center for the Visual Arts comes alive with the installation of Watch Me Move: The Animation Show, the most extensive exhibition ever mounted to present a wide range of animated imagery produced in the last
Subtitled, Overcoming the unseen forces that stand in the way of true inspiration, Creativity, Inc sets out to explain how Pixar became one of the world's most loved filmmakers. Its co-founder Catmull charts the company's rise in tandem with his own,
Stop goofing off and get back to rigging the Oscar ballots: Could minion power alone propel 'Despicable Me 2' to victory? In the absence of a Pixar film, the race for this year's Best Animated Feature could go any nominee's way. Disney princesses, a
Apparently Disney didn't realize they have a concert (hall) named after them so we're here at this Bat Mitzvah venue, joked Josh Gad as he kicked off an evening in which the cast of Disney's Oscar-nominated Frozen performed songs from the animated
The exec recently became a new member of the American Society of Cinematographers. Pixar Animation Studios' Sharon Calahan is set to attend Saturday's American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement Awards as one of the Society's newest
On Oct. 16, 1923, Walt Disney and his brother Roy began the Walt Disney Co...It was there that the young brothers, who paid $10 a month for the modest space, began producing their live action/animated series of shorts known as the "Alice Comedies."