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3D World
Boundin'
Don Graham (reference)
John Lasseter (reference)
Bud Luckey (interviewee)
Bill Polson (interviewee)
Osnat Shurer (interviewee)
Doug Sweetland (reference)
3D World
Tin Toy
Ed Catmull (interviewee)
Bill Desowitz (author)
John Lasseter (interviewee)
Eben Ostby (reference)
Bill Reeves (interviewee)
3D World
Monsters, inc.
Pixar discusses its latest labour of love, a comedy creature feature using the studios most advanced CG techniques yet
Pete Docter (interviewee)
Ralph Eggleston (reference)
John Lasseter (reference)
Jeff Pidgeon (reference)
David Silverman (reference)
Andrew Stanton (interviewee)
Lee Unkrich (interviewee)
1M1B Future Leaders
In Conversation with Master Storyteller - Ralph Guggenheim
Bonnie Arnold (reference)
Ralph Guggenheim (interviewee)
Steve Jobs (reference)
Jeffrey Katzenberg (reference)
John Lasseter (reference)
George Lucas (reference)
Spark Computer Graphics Society
The Women of Disney•Pixar's Toy Story
Defining Digital Her-izons
Bonnie Arnold (reference)
Ed Catmull (reference)
Ralph Eggleston (reference)
Michael Eisner (reference)
Ralph Guggenheim (reference)
Jeffrey Katzenberg (reference)
John Lasseter (reference)
Glenn McQueen (reference)
Tom Porter (reference)
Bill Reeves (reference)
Peter Schneider (reference)
Thomas Schumacher (reference)
Graham Walters (reference)
Collider
Chicken Little: Inside the History of Disney's First CGI Movie
Brad Bird (reference)
Ed Catmull (reference)
Mark Dindal (reference)
Michael Eisner (reference)
Randy Fullmer (reference)
Steve Jobs (reference)
Jeffrey Katzenberg (reference)
Glen Keane (reference)
John Lasseter (reference)
George Lucas (reference)
Chris Sanders (reference)
Thomas Schumacher (reference)
American Cinematographer Podcasts
Cinematography for Disney/Pixar Animation — Sharon Calahan, ASC
Sharon Calahan (interviewee)
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Movie Magic from MAGI
Larry Elin (reference)
Engineering News-Record
Construction gets touch of Disney magic
$1-billion EPCOT Center opens Oct. 1
Engineering News-Record
Disney imagineers a future world
Largest private building project in U.S. is within budget
Electronics
Disney's Epcot is computer festival
Dozens of systems at Florida complex control and monitor displays and handle information jobs
Marty Sklar (reference)
Electronics
Inside Disney's new world
Space Mountain and Home of the Future are typical of sophisticated use of computers in park