Directed by Brad Bird
Co-directed by Jan Pinkava
Produced by Brad Lewis
Screenplay by Brad Bird
Original story by Jan Pinkava & Jim Capobianco & Brad Bird
Additional story material by Emily Cook & Kathy Greenberg & Bob Peterson
Music by Michael Giacchino
Director Peter Sohn joins the podcast to discuss his film "The Good Dinosaur."
"The Good Dinosaur" Director Peter Sohn is photographed on October 7, 2014 at Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, Calif. (Photo by Deborah Coleman / Pixar)
We celebrate 100 episodes of the podcast by looking back at the best scenes from Pixar films, chosen by us and by you.
We highlight two very cool unofficial Pixarian projects, talk about the Oscar wins, and catch up on the latest Pixar news.
We talk about Brad Bird's first live action film, Finding Nemo in 3D, the recent announcement about Disney's Frozen, and more!
Lee Unkrich gets to work on his next film at Pixar, more Pixar films to be re-released in 3D, and more.
Stéphane Kardos is an art director at Disney Consumer Products, where he helps turn characters from Disney and Pixar films into toys, clothing, books and other products. He talks about how much artistic integrity goes into this process, and tells his own journey around the world as an artist.
As Oscar Month comes to a close, we bring you one more interview with a nominated Pixarian. Teddy Newton spoke with Pixar Talk's Greg Mariotti in June 2010 about his short film, Day and Night, which was later nominated for Best Animated Short.
In this special news episode, I give you a review of Pixar’s entire DVD collection. Two new Pixar DVDs announced for November: Toy Story 3 and Mater’s Tall Tales!Also, TS3′s new record, and World of Cars Online Community.
Jim Hill wrote a revealing piece about how Ratatouille was meant to be Pixar's first non-Disney film -- something that totally works with my interpretation of the film as a metaphor critiquing Disney's own downward creative spiral as a studio in the 1990s.