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San Francisco Film Society Celebrates 20 Years of Pixar with ‘Toy Story’ Anniversary Screening

San Francisco Film Society Celebrates 20 Years of Pixar with 'Toy Story' Anniversary Screening

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The San Francisco Film Society has announced a special presentation of the beloved Pixar classic “Toy Story” in honor of its 20th anniversary. At the event, head creatives behind the making of the film, including John Lasseter, Ed Catmull, Andrew Stanton and Pete Docter, will speak about the early days of Pixar and the process behind developing the first fully computer-animated feature film. A screening of “Toy Story” will follow the presentation. 

According to the Film Society, the talk promises an “unprecedented look back at the earliest days of Pixar Animation Studios, including detailed accounts of the inspiration, technology and storytelling principles that fave birth to the groundbreaking animation powerhouse and its first feature film.” 

You can purchase tickets for the event at the San Francisco Film Society website.

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