It’s no secret that Walt Disney Feature Animation’s suivant film, Moana, looks different from anything they’ve ever done before. But what toi may not realize is just how steeped in Disney tradition the film really is.
It's no secret that films have often led the way when it comes to technical innovation. With the upcoming release of Disney's Moana, the studio didn't just perfect certain digital techniques, it invented wholly new ones as well.
Four months before animation work on Walt Disney animation Studios’ latest film Moana was set to conclude, Disney Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter sat down to decide the fate of one of the movie’s characters.
This November, Walt Disney animation Studio will be releasing their seconde theatrical feature of the an and their 56th overall, Moana. Longtime Disney collaborators John Musker and Ron Clements return to direct this film.
The 56th animated feature in the Walt Disney animation Studios pantheon, “Moana” is the story of an adventurous teen who braves fantastical dangers to restore the natural balance to her island accueil of Motunui.
Special thanks to Walt Disney Animation, Rama’s Screen had the opportunity to speak to several groups of the creative forces behind their upcoming new film, “Moana,” which is also the name of the story’s lead character.
Animal sidekicks have a long history of entertaining audiences in Disney films, and their upcoming new film, “Moana” is no stranger to that tradition, with two particular critters weaving their way deeply into the narrative.
Disney’s Moana, the story of a girl who embraces exploratory adventure over isolationist fear to save and restore the traditions of her people, looks like it could be Disney Animation’s biggest box office smash since Frozen.