Enjoy this rare behind-the-scenes look at Disney Animation in the 1990s.
PBS is celebrating the 75th anniversary of Disney’s “Bambi” with a new documentary about its Chinese-American production designer, Tyrus Wong.
The iconic Disney animator will be celebrated this spring at the Walt Disney Family Museum.
This 25th anniversary screening is sold out, but we’ve got a tip on how you can attend this special event.
Never-before-released home videos provide a glimpse of the early concept art and showreel for the Disney classic.
Focal press has released cover art for what is sure to be one of next year’s most popular animation titles: Andreas Deja’s “The Nine Old Men: Lessons, Techniques, and Inspiration from Disney’s Greatest Animators.”
The Walt Disney Family Museum has opened a new exhibit focused on one of the studio’s legendary Nine Old Men: “Leading Ladies and Femmes Fatales: The Art of Marc Davis.” The show will be up through November 3. Unlike the museum’s current Mary Blair exhibition, the Davis show is much smaller, with around 70 pieces on display.
After three years of tryouts and short runs in a total of four different cities, Disney Theatrical’s version of “Aladdin” finally opened on Broadway March 20th at the New Amsterdam Theatre. So now that it’s here, how does it compare to the animated “Aladdin” we all know and love? After seeing the musical a few days ago, here are my observations.
Today, Comic-Con International: San Diego released the event schedule for Friday, July 19th, the second day of programming at the …
The biographer of the film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” reviews the 25th anniversary screening that took place in Los Angeles.
The film, which will be animated in a colored pencil style, is “a story of love and sacrifice set in Russia.”
Small press publisher Picture This Press will release two-volumes of The Lost Art of Heinrich Kley next month at the Small Press Expo in …
Beverly Hills, CA (July 10, 2012) — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will presentÂ the 1959 animated classic …
I repeat, Andreas Deja has a blog! Go there now. Deja View. Bookmark it! (Thanks, Ed Himmel)
Marc Loos of the French pop culture site Cloneweb posted this brief recent interview with Andreas Deja in which he reveals his thoughts …