In this episode, we're talking about Soul which was chosen by Maisie. Soul is an animated film about a school teacher who is about to get his big break until an untimely accident causes him to travel to another realm to help someone find their passion. Soul was directed by Pete Docter and Kemp Powers and was released in 2020. Give it a watch and share your thoughts!Soul (2020) is available on Disney+Next Episode's Film: Portrait Of A Lady On Fire (2019) available on Mubi and Amazon PrimeSee acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Pixar's chief creative officer, a writer/director who is the most Oscar-nominated person in the history of the best animated feature category, reflects on the roots of his love of animation, transitioning from hand-drawn to computer and succeeding John Lasseter.Credits: Hosted by Scott Feinberg and produced by Matthew Whitehurst. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
He’s the chief creative officer of Pixar, and the Academy Award-winning director of Soul, Inside Out, Up, and Monsters, Inc. Pete Docter and Steve talk about Pixar’s scrappy beginnings, why it costs $200 million to make an animated film, and the movie moment that changed Steve’s life.
This week on the Film at Lincoln Center podcast we’re featuring a conversation about Pixar’s Soul with director Pete Docter and producer Dana Murray moderated by Glenn Kiser, Senior Director of the Dolby Institute. Soul introduces Joe Gardner, voiced by Jamie Foxx, a band teacher who gets the chance of a lifetime to play at the best jazz club in town. But one small misstep takes him from the streets of New York City to The Great Before – a fantastical place where new souls get their personalities, quirks, and interests before they go to Earth. Determined to return to his life, Joe teams up with 22, a precocious soul voiced by Tina Fey, and discovers the answers to some of life’s most important questions. Disney and Pixar’s Soul is now streaming on Disney+. This conversation is presented by the Dolby Institute.
In this special episode, Tom and Tony talk to Pete Docter! Pete is the #Director the films Monsters Inc, UP, Inside Out and the newest: SOUL! Also, he is the new CCO of @pixar ! This one has it all: a version of UP you won’t recognize, Pete picks his fav Bancroft Bro, and we dig deep on the story behind #Soul! Spoilers ahead but you don’t want to miss this one! The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast is sponsored by StuartNgBooks.com & SketchWallet.com
Merry New Year, everybody! To see it in, it's another double-header for you. First up, a true legend of recent cinema. Pete Docter is the Chief Creative Officer at Pixar. As well as winning Oscars as the director of Inside Out and Up, he was one of the main reasons we have Toy Story and has played some sort of hand in pretty much every movie to have come out of the studio. His latest project is the hugely ambitious Soul, which he both wrote and directed. Streaming now on Disney +, the story follows a music teacher voiced by Jamie Foxx, who seeks to reunite his soul and his body after they are accidentally separated, just before his big break as a jazz musician. Then we have Tessa Thompson talking about Sylvie's Love, another film to have jazz at its very core. Set in 50s Harlem, it's a classic romance between Tess's character, with ambitions of her own, and a saxophonist that beautifully evokes the spirit of the age. It's available to watch now on Amazon Prime.
#48: “Marc Davis In His Own Words: Imagineering the Disney Parks Volume 1” by Pete Docter and Christopher Merritt
Book of the Mouse Club
He can do it all; animation, character, story, staging, design, theme park attractions. He is one of Walt’s nine old men, his renaissance man, Marc Davis. Marc is well known for classic Disney attractions such as the Jungle Cruise, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the Haunted Mansion. And what better way to see the attractions through Marc’s eyes than hearing about them in his own words. Pete Doctoer and Christopher Merrit’s “Marc Davis in His Own Words: Imagineering the Disney Theme Parks” allows readers to meet Marc for themselves. In this episode, Courtney and Emily, meet Marc in volume one and explore his career from his early days in animation to his transition to WED and creating attractions like Pirates of the Caribbean. Review Book of the Mouse Club on iTunes and Google Play and send any questions, comments, or suggestions to the hosts at firstname.lastname@example.org . Follow Our Reading Journey On Social Media! Official Twitter and Instagram: @BookoftheMouse Courtney: Instagram @greatguthsby and Twitter @Courtney_Guth Emily: Instagram and Twitter @emily_mickde Cast Member Support Resources: Second Harvest Food Bank: FeedHopeNow.org Cast Member Pantry: Facebook Cast Member Owned Small Shops: Joyful Peach Co, Groovy Bi Design, and check out out friend Victoria Wade’s (HeCallsMePP) Twitter for a thread of small shops owned by Cast Members
Soul (2020), Pixar and more, with director Pete Docter
Film Stories with Simon Brew
In a special episode of Film Stories with Simon Brew, Simon chats with director Pete Docter about his new film Soul. And about being the new boss of Pixar too. They chat about the challenges of the film, and maintaining a working culture via remote working. Plus how to bring the invisible to the screen. Find Simon on Twitter at @simonbrew, and the podcast can be found at @filmstoriespod. You can find the Film Stories website here.