Pixar Canada + Lasseter, Catmull, Docter & Toy Story 3 Japanese Trailer

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  • Pixar has officially opened their new Vancouver, B.C. office this past Tuesday. As previously discussed, Pixar Canada will focus on short films designed for theme parks, DVDs and television. They are currently in a temporary facility, but plan to build a 20,000 square foot office in the Fall. You can read more at the Hollywood Reporter or Business Review Canada.
  • The L.A. Times sits down for a video interview with John and Nancy Lasseter at the annual Disney’s California Adventure Food & Wine Festival to discuss their winery and the art of winemaking.
  • Don’t miss this in-depth video interview with Pixar President Ed Catmull from an Economist event held last month. He talks about Pixar’s vision, their focus on story, feedback, firing creative geniuses & more.
  • Cinematical caught up with Pete Docter after the Dallas Film Society presented him with the Tex Avery Animation Award for his accomplishments with Up. Pay special attention to his comments about future projects and the possibility of Monsters, Inc. 2.
  • The Japanese trailer for Toy Story 3 is now available. There is quite a bit of new footage here, so if you want to stay spoiler free, I would definitely recommend that you don’t watch it.

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2 Responses to Pixar Canada + Lasseter, Catmull, Docter & Toy Story 3 Japanese Trailer

  1. johnnyp123 says:

    Found your site via NPR's Filmspotting podcast, and was really glad I did! I look forward to following.

  2. Pixartalk says:

    thanks Johnny. I appreciate your support and visiting the site!

    Greg Mariotti
    http://www.pixartalk.com
    Pixar Talk – A blog dedicated to all things Pixar

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