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Toy Story at 20: It's Time to Celebrate!

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Toy Story, the first feature-length animated film.  Throughout all of 2015 to date, mentions of the milestone have popped up here and there, the most notable being the events at the D23 Expo in August.   623 more words

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John Lasseter, Ed Catmull and 'Toy Story' Team Celebrate 20th Anniversary

At the Academy’s 20th anniversary celebration of “Toy Story” Thursday night at Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, Disney/Pixar’s John Lasseter said the plan was to always portray the toys as adults. 386 more words


D23 Expo Recap

Over the summer, a huge event happened at the Anaheim Convention Center. It’s known as the D23 Expo, and is held every two years. Disney D23 is the official fan club for the Walt Disney Company. 715 more words


Toy Story (1995)

Cardboard boxes are so fun
Yeah kiss that money
Cue the hero music
I have a plastic dinosaur too
Cloudy wallpaper is life goals
Cue “you’ve got a friend in me”…. 938 more words


John Lasseter, Michelle Rodriguez, Jason Mitchell Fete Student Academy Award Winners

Though the Academy Awards are still months away, the Samuel Goldwyn Theater was adorned with giant Oscar statuettes as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences celebrated the winners of the 42nd Student Academy Awards on Thursday evening in Beverly Hills. 725 more words


Toy Story Throwback: Toy Story at the Oscars

Even though the next Academy Awards are still a while away, I thought that – with the Emmys this weekend and all – it might be a good time to revisit some of my very favorite archival material relating to the  1,020 more words

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Toy Story: 20 Years of Being an Animation Game-Changer Featuring John Lasseter, Ed Catmull & Jon Favreau At The Samuel Goldwyn Theater On October 1, 2015

Audiences embraced it, and Toy Story announced to the industry that there was a new game in town. Pixar Animation Studios, led by John Lasseter and Ed Catmull, inspired a digital revolution, blurring the line between art and technology and bringing beloved characters to life with heart and humor. 164 more words