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Another week and another brand new Pixarian profile! This time around we look at Brave director Mark Andrews. As you know, these profiles include a bio (by Pixar Talk writer Ethan Dean), a filmography, tidbits, pictures and links to interviews. … Continue reading
Brave won “Best Animated Feature” last night at the 85th annual Academy Awards.
Director Mark Andrews and producer Katherine Sarafian did an interview with Empire magazine to coincide with Brave‘s Blu-ray and DVD release in the UK. As usual, Mark Andrews was full of surprises.
Brave was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Animated Film at last night’s ceremony. A very happy Mark Andrews gave an elegant acceptance speech with producer Katherine Sarafian at his side. He thanked Brenda Chapman first, along with John Lasseter, … Continue reading
Congrats to Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman and the rest of the creative team who worked on Brave. Today, it was nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Animated Feature Film category. Winners will be announced on February 24th. Here’s … Continue reading
Brave snagged 10 nominations as part of the 40th annual Annie Awards, presented by the International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood. The Brave nominations are listed below, but I’m particularly happy that Steve Pilcher’s brilliant production design was recognized. Let’s hope it … Continue reading
Film: My thoughts on Brave are pretty well established at this point. I enjoyed the film, but don’t consider amongst Pixar’s best. The mix of humor and drama didn’t completely connect with me, but I can appreciate the artistry on … Continue reading
In anticipation of next week’s Brave Blu-ray release, Disney-Pixar has released this Q & A with director Mark Andrews. Enjoy! How do you feel about joining the elite group of feature film directors at Pixar Animation Studios? We’re in very … Continue reading
Three new clips courtesy of the Disney-Pixar with the one and only Mark Andrews, director of Brave. Topics include sword play, picking a fight Scotland style and dancing (you can see Lasseter and Sarafian cutting a rug too). He’s quite … Continue reading
There’s a great twelve minute video on the Sound Design for Brave. The video is courtesy of SoundWorks Collection as they interview Director Mark Andrews, Re-recording Mixer and Sound Designer Gary Rydstrom, Supervising Sound Editor Gwen Yates Whittle and Sound Designer … Continue reading