Pixar is showcasing its first Sikh character in “Turning Red,” an upcoming feature film by Oscar-winning director Domee Shi.
A historic movie: Set for release on March 11, 2022, “Turning Red” will mark a few firsts for Pixar, which dropped the movie’s first teaser trailer last week.
Pixar has dropped a teaser trailer for Domee Shi’s “Turning Red,” the director’s first-ever feature film.
What you need to know: Set for release on March 11, 2022, “Turning Red” is also Pixar’s first feature film directed by a woman of color, according to The Wrap.
In response to the growing violence against Asian Americans, Pixar Animation Studios has released two exclusive Disney+ SparkShorts that center on Asian culture.
“Wind,” Pixar’s latest short, is a tribute to the sacrifices of a woman who raised her children in the aftermath of the Korean War before bringing them to the United States for a better life.
The film, produced through Pixar’s SparkShorts program — which allows the studio’s employees to create their own projects with limited time and budget — is written and directed by Eddie Chang.
Pixar made history this Filipino American History Month with their new short film titled “Float,” which features Filipino animated characters for the first time.
Pixar writer and director Bobby Rubio spoke to Action News about his project, saying, “As a Filipino-American and it being Filipino History Month, I am super proud that this is coming out, and we are making history.”
The short film, which played before “Incredibles 2” during its theatrical run last year, was the directorial debut of Chinese-Canadian director Domee Shi for Disney and Pixar.
Pixar’s “Bao” is now an official nominee for the 91st Academy Awards.
Directed by Domee Shi, the eight-minute animation that played before “Incredibles 2” received a nomination for Best Short Film on Tuesday.
The adorable Disney and Pixar short film “Bao” has been shortlisted for the 2019 Oscars.
“Bao,” along with other Pixar and DreamWork’s animated shorts, made it on the list for Best Animated Short, according to IndieWire.
Many Pixar fans are going out to see “Incredibles 2,” and like pretty much every Pixar film that comes out, there is a short film that plays before the main feature.
This year, we are treated to the short film “Bao,” a lovely tale of a Chinese-Canadian mother who lives in an empty home with her husband and gets another chance at motherhood when one of her dumplings comes to life.
Disney/Pixar released a preview of its upcoming short film “Bao,” a deliciously adorable film about dumplings.
“Bao,” which plays before “Incredibles 2,” focuses on a Chinese-Canadian woman who lives in an empty nest and finds another chance at motherhood when one of her dumplings comes to life.
Meet Virginia “Gini” Santos, Pixar’s first female supervising animator who worked on the studio’s upcoming film, the Dia de los Muertos-inspired “Coco”.
Gini was born in the Philippines, but she moved to Guam with her family when was just 3 years old, according to Philippine media outlet Rappler. She then returned to her birth country and took up advertising arts at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila.
Students in school know that plagiarism is a huge no-no, but it seems that these Chinese filmmakers never got the memo.
The movie “The Autobots,” which was released last July, has received criticism from viewers who decry it as a shameless rip off of Disney and Pixars’ movie “Cars”. The creators of the Chinese animated film “The Autobots” are being sued for their characters’ striking resemblance to characters in “Cars.”