PODCAST EPISODES ON THE HISTORY OF PIXAR:
Jim Hill and Hunter Phillips join the podcast to discuss the challenges -- and the artifacts -- of The Good Dinosaur's film life.
We celebrate 100 episodes of the podcast by looking back at the best scenes from Pixar films, chosen by us and by you.
In this exclusive interview with Dylan Brown, we learn all about Pixar's new studio in Vancouver.
Author David A. Price comes on The Pixar Podcast to talk about the fascinating history of the studio.
On Jan 24, 2006, Disney bought Pixar for $7.4 billion. Six months later, I recorded my first ever podcast episode.
The new film Waking Sleeping Beauty is an incredible look at the animation dept at Disney from 1984 to 1994. It easily became one of the best films I saw all year, and I strongly recommend it to anyone interested in animation. My guest directed the film, and shared so much in coming on the podcast.
Craig Good started at Pixar as a janitor and security guard in 1982, when it was still a division of Lucasfilm, Ltd.An interest in computers led to some on-the-job training in programming and eventually the job he has today as a layout artist working on the upcoming feature Brave. He tells this story on today's episode.
In The Pixar Podcast's first ever Special Feature episode, guest Jennifer Inez Ward comes on to discuss the new museum exhibit in Oakland, "Pixar: 25 Years of Animation."