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What Disney Movies Really Teach Us
Deanna Fugateon 19 September 2012
Transcript of What Disney Movies Really Teach Us
thing- that it was all
started by a mouse."
-Walt Disney Steps of how to create an animated film
Process of the technical aspect of creating an animated film
Examples of popular Disney animated movies. Brief Overview Pre-Production
Lighting and Texturing Process of Creating an Animated Film Rigging
Conclusion Technical Process of Creating an
Animated Film "Animation offers a medium of story
telling and visual entertainment
which can bring pleasure and
information to people of all ages
everywhere in the world."
-Walt Disney Snow White "Do not be vain and get jealous over something
you do not have and want." "Always be honest because a small lie can turn into a huge problem." "Age is just a number." Peter Pan "Actions speak louder than words." "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." Beauty and the Beast "Don't run away from your problems because sooner or later you will have to face them." " It is important to value a relationship with your parents." "The only way to have peace is to accept others." Pocahontas "People come and go but true friends
last a lifetime." Toy Story "Anyone can be a hero" Mulan "Stand up for what is right" A Bugs Life "Face your fears, they are probably
not as bad as you think." Monsters Inc. "A healthy balance of independence
creates a successful future." Finding Nemo "If you ever want to get anywhere in life,
you have to leave your tower." Tangled Pinocchio The Little Mermaid The Lion King "Don't take credit for other people's work" Ratatouille "Whether young or old, it takes
bravery to pursue life." Brave
"If you can dream it,
you can do it"
-Walt Disney A Goofy Movie By: Dee-Anna Fugate
Dr. Janice Moss
September 19, 2012 What Disney Movies Really