"Toy Story at 20"

Eve Benhamou

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Abstract

Timed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of Toy Story’s release (Lasseter, 1995), the “Toy Story at 20” conference reconsidered the significant impact of Pixar’s first completely computer-generated animated feature. Co-organised by Dr Noel Brown (Newcastle University), Michael Shaftoe, Dr Susan Smith, and Sam Summers (University of Sunderland), the conference was a unique opportunity to examine the first instalment of the Pixar franchise that has become an international phenomenon. Panel sessions covered a wide range of topics, from the aesthetics of the film and its place within contemporary Hollywood, to its reception and merchandising.
Original languageEnglish
TypeConference report
Media of outputThe Society for Animation Studies Newsletter
Number of pages24
Edition2
Volume28
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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    Benhamou, E. (2015). "Toy Story at 20". (2 ed.)