Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 1

Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 1
Pixar Short Films Collection Volume 1




52 minutes


Animation, Short Films



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In the recent past, few movie-makers have had as big an impact as Pixar, the American animation studio whose work you’re almost certainly familiar with: their feature-length films includes output such as Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Up and WALL-E. Having started out in the 1980s, the company did huge amounts to develop computer animation, coming up with techniques that are now used in almost every animated movie you'll see. This fantastic collection includes 13 of the short films that Pixar made in that time - each of them filled with the same brilliant, offbeat humour (and some of the same well-loved characters) as their full-length counterparts, as well as providing a fascinating insight into how an art form grows over time.

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