DATE & TIME
Thursday, April 08, 1999
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Cafe Ozone, Building 40, Silicon Graphics, Mountain View, CA
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ABSTRACT OF TALK
While making Toy Story, A Bug's Life, and now Toy Story 2, Pixar built a new kind of animation studio- on in which the relationship between artist and programmer is cruical to the way it works. The discovery of new processes and ways of thinking is continuing at a rapid pave. It is safe to say that the way we make films will be signifcantly different in the future as a result of what we learn now. There are, however, some principles of storytelling that are at the heart of what we do- and this will continue to be true in the future.
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