Step into the magical world of make believe, and learn how it’s made. Part One of this four part series focuses on forced perspective in Disney films.
Happy 70th anniversary to this lovely lady. Cinderella – Walt Disney Studios’ twelfth animated motion picture – was released across the United States on March 4, 1950, coming hot on the heels of The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, which was released in October 1949. This Disney film is
I’ve always had a great love of dogs, for as long as I can remember. My love of dogs is only matched by a new respect I have for them, especially those who live a larger purpose as a service dog. We’ve seen security dogs, tracking dogs, and companion dogs.
Frozen 2 was released in the US on November 22, 2019. It opened to near impossibly high expectations, having to follow up on the wild success of the 2013 hit film. Anticipation going into this movie can take one of two forms – over exuberant over-the-moon excitement for more of
Always the pioneer, Walt Disney was the first movie producer to embrace the world of television. Most movie producers at the time were threatened by the invention of television. They saw it as a threat to the movie industry. Walt saw television as the way of the future, and he