☄️Colors of Roof 🦊For today's hue, were featuring the beautiful short film "Running Lights" directed by our very own @gedsia which won for Best Animated Film at the Lithuanian National Film Awards last week! Congrats Ged & team!! Check out the trailer on our website
Track: “Married Life”
Composer: Michael Giacchino
Studio: Walt Disney Pictures / Pixar Studios
“The core of the film is usually something very emotional and something that feels really real that you can relate to, it's not like done in a false way. You know a lot of films will treat emotion falsely and you can sense that very quickly.” — Michael Giacchino
(26/31) A frequent collaborator on Pixar animated films, Michael Giacchino brings a whimsical, oftentimes heart-wrenching nostalgia to “Up.” The whole movie rests on the audience understanding Carl’s goal. Ellie is the reason why he goes to Paradise Falls, to fulfill this dream that the two of them never got a chance to do and then that theme carries the viewer through the rest of the film as her spirit. Ellie’s Theme which is featured in a montage early in the film of Carl and Ellie’s life together begins and ends on a single piano. What makes this scene still incredibly remarkable is that not a single word of dialogue is spoken. The music paired with the visuals lead audiences through the emotional highs and lows of a loving couple’s decades long marriage. As Ellie’s theme returns shortly thereafter, it grows from a simple nostalgic piece puttered out on a piano to a full orchestral arrangement as Carl embraces the winds of change. When it came to approaching the composition of Ellie’s Theme, director Pete Docter told Giacchino to think of it as something that could be played on a music box. The result is one of the most simply and poignant musical themes in recent film memory.
Judy Hopps "Farm version" from one of my favorite Disney movies, #Zootopia
This is my first time wearing Judy's paws (?) at #Fanatic con here in Chile.
I hope to have the police version finished soon. All the love to my favorite bunny #Judy
Day 12 of the #30DayMovieChallenge, and it's best animated film.
I didn't really watch animated films as a child, I was too busy enduring endless four-hour adaptations of Shakespeare in draughty theatres with only a box of Poppets and a Hey Nonny Nonny to sustain me, so my favourite animated movie is Lego Batman Movie which I saw with my 7 year old this year.
It's got Daleks! And FUCKING VOLDEMORT! Obv I didn't say that word to my 7 year old. I never say Voldemort to a child. Far too scary.
April 13- #easy
Thursday is an easy day for me. Yoga in the morning followed by play in a park heavily occupied by littles from a nearby preschool [which means I don't have to join the train down the slide 1/2 as much]. And even though I'm supposed to iron on Thursdays, I usually find just about anything to do other than that. So, I make an easy dinner too. Tonight? Biscuits and gravy and some apple slices. And since daddy won't be home until late tonight, Ava grabs her juice box and I grab my glass of Gazela and we have dinner theatre - Sing. 🦍 #yoga#parkplaywithfriends#ihateironing#biscuitsandgravy#comfortfood#sing#bestanimatedfilm@kleinworthco#inspire2017#kcoinspire2017
The Present is a 2014 animated short film directed and co-written by Jacob Frey and co-written with Markus Kranzler. It is based on "Perfeição", a comic strip by Fabio Coala. The short film tells the story of a teenage boy who gets a three-legged puppy from his mom, eventually warming up to it.