Pixar Research Paper

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Film. The film making process in my opinion is not a humdrum job. Film began in the 1890s, was and still is in use today, but is known by its nom de plume “movies.” We’ve come a long way, in graphics, technology, and film technics.
The history of film originated in the 1890s, when motion picture cameras were invented and motion film production companies began to establish. Because of the lack of advanced technology films were normally under a minute long and silent until 1927. The illusion of motion pictures is based on the phenomena considered as persistence of vision and the phi phenomena. The persistence of vision is according to Britannic.com a series of still photographs on film, project at a rapid succession onto a screen by means of
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The first animation project was created in France, by Charles- Émile Reynaud. He created the Praxinoscope in 1877. October 28, 1892, he projected the first animation in public in Paris. As I grow older, I desire to work for the major-motion picture company Pixar. Pixar was established February 3, 1986, with the “parent organizations”: The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney Studios, and THX. Famous Pixar movies include: Toy Story, Cars, Inside Out, Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Up, and more. Animation is the art of making inanimate objects appear to move. The first animated, sound, and color film was created in 1937, was Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Following that film, an influx of innovators, including Mr. Disney and his team began to create and innovate their films. In this society, it’s sporadic for someone not to innovate anything. Another example is Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, created by Walt Disney. Unfortunately, he lost the rights to the character, modified his ears, and he became the Mickey Mouse we all know and love today! His next decision was to create a cartoon with the novelty of synchronized sound. 1928’s Steamboat Willie had been added to animation. Carefully he added synchronized music, Technicolor, and the illusion of…show more content…
As you can tell, filmmakers, and directors have selections to chose from to allot to the appropriate crowd. One of my favorite movies that include: animation, action, fantasy, and drama. Is the newest Disney movie: the Jungle Book. In this film, they’ve used green screens, animators, and mostly photorealistic CGI animals and environments. The Jungle Book is Disney’s first live-action remake, and I would have to say, that it was one of the best films I’ve seen this

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