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Pixar. The story of a Dream By Louis Barrow
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All about the famous and dream maker Pxar Studios. The studio has earned 26 Academy Awards, seven Golden Globe Awards, and eleven Grammy Awards, among many other awards and acknowledgments. Since the... More > award's inauguration in 2001, most of Pixar's films have been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, with six winning; Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Ratatouille, WALL-E, Up, and Toy Story 3. Up and Toy Story 3 are two of only three animated films to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture.< Less
The Gospel According to Pixar By David Zahl, Todd Brewer
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Beginning with Toy Story in 1995, Pixar Animation Studios has taken American cinema by storm, setting a new standard of excellence in animated filmmaking and earning a fortune in the process. Their... More > movies are both highly entertaining and surprisingly wise, displaying an all-too-rare gift for telling stories which speak about the reality of life and the complexities of the human heart - and making us laugh while doing so. The Gospel According to Pixar looks at how each Pixar film portrays the basic concerns of everyday life and seeks to connect them with a Christian understanding of the world. It touches on themes such as love, identity, fear, freedom, guilt, purpose, and belonging - to name just a few. The Gospel According to Pixar explores these common concerns in hopes of communicating the Gospel in a fresh, persuasive and, above all, fun way. For use with families, churches, and individuals as a teaching series, study guide, or simply as a commentary on these remarkable movies.< Less
The Gospel According to Pixar By David Zahl, Todd Brewer
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Beginning with Toy Story in 1995, Pixar Animation Studios has taken American cinema by storm, setting a new standard of excellence in animated filmmaking and earning a fortune in the process. Their... More > movies are both highly entertaining and surprisingly wise, displaying an all-too-rare gift for telling stories which speak about the reality of life and the complexities of the human heart - and making us laugh while doing so. The Gospel According to Pixar looks at how each Pixar film portrays the basic concerns of everyday life and seeks to connect them with a Christian understanding of the world. It touches on themes such as love, identity, fear, freedom, guilt, purpose, and belonging - to name just a few. The Gospel According to Pixar explores these common concerns in hopes of communicating the Gospel in a fresh, persuasive and, above all, fun way. For use with families, churches, and individuals as a teaching series, study guide, or simply as a commentary on these remarkable movies.< Less
A Disney tribute (and Pixar too) By David Pavon Benitez
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A collection of illustrations inspired in the Disney and Pixar classic movies and characters.
Mattel Pixar Cars: The Story & Checklist 2006-2007 By KC
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The story of the amazing diecast car lineup that defied all odds to be a runaway success even now to 2008. This is not only the story of CARS but also a visual recap & checklist of every released... More > item in the 1:55 scale. Over 110 pages with over 300 full-resolution, full-color photographs of EVERY single card (including variants), multi-packs, box sets, playsets & more! Don't miss out on this limited opportunity. Note, this is NOT a price guide so it will not go out of date, instead, it is a 114-page, 300+ photo recap of the first two years of CARS. If you enjoy the book, please come back and leave a review. The oversized paperback edition is available here: http://www.lulu.com/content/2145598 Thanks! Be sure and read our blog for the latest CARS news & info at: http://wwwTakeFiveADay.com/< Less
Mattel Pixar Cars: The Story & Checklist 2006-2007 By KC
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The story of the amazing diecast car lineup that defied all odds to be a runaway success even now to 2008. This is not only the story of CARS but also a visual recap & checklist of every released... More > item in the 1:55 scale. Over 110 pages with over 300 full-resolution, full-color photographs of EVERY single card (including variants), multi-packs, box sets, playsets & more! Don't miss out on this limited opportunity. Note, this is NOT a price guide so it will not go out of date, instead, it is a 114-page, 300+ photo recap of the first two years of CARS. If you enjoy the book, please come back and leave a review. Thanks! a review. The hardcover edition is available here: http://www.lulu.com/content/2290659 Be sure and read our blog for the latest CARS news & info at: http://www.TakeFiveADay.com/< Less
Disney, Pixar e Marvel - A Magia da Gestão By Nuno Ribeiro
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A Disney depois da aquisição da Pixar e posteriormente da Marvel, regenerou o seu ADN de magia na gestão. A Pixar é um caso de sucesso empresarial na indústria dos... More > Media e Entretenimento. 
O maior pilar deste sucesso deve-se ao facto de ter tido excelentes líderes – George Lucas, Alvy Ray Smith, Ed Catmull, John Lasseter e de ter feito “renascer” o carismático Steve Jobs.< Less
1000 Facts About Animated Films By James Egan
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Elsa was supposed to be the villain in Frozen. The Simpsons Movie script had 158 drafts. Walt Disney hated Peter Pan. The Vultures from The Jungle Book were supposed to be played by The... More > Beatles. After Mike Myers recorded his lines for Shrek, he decided to do them again in a Scottish accent. The man who introduces the film, Aladdin, is actually The Genie. The Lion King took four years to make. It took three years just to do the stampede scene. Ariel from The Little Mermaid is the first Disney Princess to have siblings. Carl’s house in Up is lifted by 20,622. Tangled is the most expensive animated film ever by far. The word “Lego” is never said in The Lego Movie. The Beast’s roars in Beauty and the Beast is from a lion. Walt Disney’s favorite him of his own was Dumbo. Disney still gets complaints to this day that Fantasia is too scary. Steve Irwin’s last film was Happy Feet. Walt Disney HATED the famous spaghetti scene in Lady and the Tramp.< Less
It All Started With A Mouse By Philip R Clarke
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It All Started with a Mouse” is an unofficial journalistic review of animated movies. Volume 1 concentrates on the feature length animated productions of Disney and Pixar. Exploring every movie... More > from 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' to 'The Good Dinosaur' and everything in between; including live action/ animation combinations and the many direct to video sequels.< Less
My Adventure Book By Madison Morgan
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This is my own personal version of the "adventure book" in the Disney Pixar film "Up".