Thursday, August 23, 2012

Don't You Forget About Me

Remember Walt Disney Feature Animation's Florida studio? Wasn't it terrible that it was shut down way back in 2004?

Well, this thought just crossed my mind yesterday. With Disney getting better and going back to what's right, what if Disney were to revive that studio? Think about it. Disney is trying to bring back hand-drawn animation while also finding revolutionary new ways to blend computer animation with hand-drawn animation. If the pipeline fills up, they can do certain films while also working on new short films and other projects. Pixar set up Pixar Canada to do this, as their pipeline expands in both the world of feature films and short films. It could also help speed up production while still having quality product turned out. Lasseter's short film training program has already paid off, as seen in The Princess and the Frog, Tangled and Winnie the Pooh.

Would you like for that to happen? Or do you think Walt Disney Animation Studios can manage without another studio?

1 comment:

  1. I defintely think it needs to open again. Leave the feature movies to Burbank, and the shorts and other projects to Florida.