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How To Train Your Dragon is now in theaters and is getting great reviews from within and outside the animation industry! It’s currently sitting at a 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a lot of people are saying it’s the best DreamWorks Animation film to date! Go check it out this weekend and let us know what you think. We hope you all enjoy it!
Here are a few links to some comments and reviews of the film:
The kind people of Waking Sleeping Beauty asked us if we could help get the word out on their film and its up coming release date. We’re all very interested in seeing this film. Stay tuned for more information!
“WAKING SLEEPING BEAUTY”
DEBUTS IN THEATERS ON MARCH 26, 2010
NEW YORK, LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO AND CHICAGO
After a successful festival debut, Waking Sleeping Beauty will begin its theatrical run with limited releases in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco on March 26, 2010. Directed by Don Hahn and produced by Peter Schneider and Don Hahn, Waking Sleeping Beauty was an Official Selection at the 2009 Telluride Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival and winner of the Audience Award at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Waking Sleeping Beauty is no fairy tale, as it chronicles the time from 1984 to 1994, when a perfect storm of people and circumstances changed the face of animation forever. It is a story of clashing egos, out-of-control budgets, escalating tensions… and one of the most extraordinary creative periods in animation history.
In New York, the film will open at the Landmark Sunshine.
In Los Angeles, the film will open on two screens, at the AMC Century City and AMC Burbank.
In Chicago, the film will open at the AMC River East,
and in San Francisco at the Landmark Embarcadero—all on March 26, 2010.
Director Don Hahn (producer of Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King) and producer Peter Schneider (former chairman of the studio), key players at Walt Disney Studios feature animation department during the mid1980s, offer a behind-the-magic glimpse of the turbulent times the animation studio was going through and the staggering output of hits that followed over the next 10 years. Artists polarized between the hungry young innovators and the old guard who refused to relinquish control, mounting tensions due to a string of box-office flops, and warring studio leadership create the backdrop for this fascinating story told with a unique and candid perspective from those that were there. Through interviews, internal memos, home movies and a cast of characters featuring Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg and Roy Disney, alongside an amazing array of talented artists that includes Steven Spielberg, Richard Williams, John Lasseter and Tim Burton, Waking Sleeping Beauty shines a light on Disney animation’s darkest hours, greatest joys and its improbable renaissance.
Waking Sleeping Beauty is a Stone Circle Pictures/Red Shoes Production.
WAKING SLEEPING BEAUTY
Running time: 86 minutes
We would like to congratulate Pixar and everyone that worked on Up for being nominated for Best Picture. It’s great to see an animated film placing in that category and hopefully it will happen more often in the future! Nice work guys!