• 04-10-2009
      • 12:45
      • Auditori Meliá Sitges
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Toy Story 3D

de John Lasseter



In the beginning, John Lasseter created Toy Story. To do so he rubbed shoulders with the most galactic crew ever put together: with Tom Hanks on voices and Andrew Stanton (who was still to film the great computer animated work, Wall·e) on the screenplay. A children’s story full of toys and a visual tour de force that would attract any adult, Lasseter’s film revolutionized animated cinema, which would abandon two dimensions to definitively enter the era of digital work with great sentiment. In 1995, Toy Story reached the infinite and now, in its 3D version, it has reached the beyond.


John Lasseter

United States, 1957. He began to work for Disney and George Lucas’ Industrial Light and Magic until he went over to Pixar, that had split from the latter. At Pixar he had directed shorts like Luxo Jr. (86), that gave rise to the company logo. Outstanding among his movies are the two Toy Storys (95 and 99) and Cars (06).


Technical information

Edition: 2009
Section: Focus 3D
Original language: Spanish (doubled)