Walt Disney Animation Studios have created some of the 20th century’s most well known and beloved animated films, embraced by children and adults alike. But did you know that many of these were inspired by myths, legends, tall tales and fables as well as the fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen?
This autumn’s major exhibition, Disney’s Art of Storytelling, tells, for the first time, the story behind the creation of some of the most well-known Disney characters. The exhibition, a collaboration between Brandts and Disney, also reveals how an originally Nordic form of storytelling was translated into film by Walt Disney and his artists.
Look forward to going behind the scenes of iconic films such as The Little Mermaid (1989) and the 2013 Academy Award®-winning film Frozen, both of which were inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s sto- ries. The exhibition spans the history of Walt Disney Animation Studios from the animated shorts of the 1930s to the films of today, and includes some rarely seen artwork from the development of the films leading characters recognized throughout the world.
The exhibition has been created as a collaboration between Brandts and the Walt Disney Animation Re- search Library in Los Angeles, California.
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