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Pixar releases information regarding 'Lifted'

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  • Pixar releases information regarding 'Lifted'

    I saw this short a few weeks ago but I couldn't tell you all about it. Pixar did a anouncement about it today, so I can share some of the information about it now.




    Lifted
    2006 | 5 Minutes
    Color | 35mm

    Distributor: Pixar Animation Studios


    Film Summary

    Animated Short. A bumbling young alien student from a distant world tests the patience of an increasingly weary instructor as he attempts a first-time abduction of a innocently slumbering farmer in Lifted, the comical latest short film from Pixar Animation Studios.




    The Director of the short is Richard L Anderson. (In best agent Smith voice from the Matrix) Mr Anderson (back to normal voice) may not be known to many of you, but he has been involved with films since the 70's as a sound man (notice the boards that the student is using. It's modeled after a sound board) and has worked on such movies as Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Nightmare Before Christmas, and many others. This is (switching back to agent Smith voice) Mr. Anderson's (back to normal voice) first time directing.
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    Re: Pixar releases information regarding 'Lifted'

    What will it be with in theaters?

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      Re: Pixar releases information regarding 'Lifted'

      Ratalouie (I know I probably spelled it wrong).

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        Re: Pixar releases information regarding 'Lifted'

        I also heard word that the early work of Ratatouille(I may have just spelled that right) has people saying it is some of the best work Pixar has ever done. I am sure this will appear before it.

        GO Pixar.

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          Re: Pixar releases information regarding 'Lifted'

          Originally posted by DisneyMickey View Post
          I also heard word that the early work of Ratatouille(I may have just spelled that right) has people saying it is some of the best work Pixar has ever done. I am sure this will appear before it.

          GO Pixar.

          From what I saw of the movie when I went to Pixar.. they are telling the truth. That's all I'm saying.
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            Re: Pixar releases information regarding 'Lifted'

            Originally posted by aimster View Post
            Ratalouie (I know I probably spelled it wrong).
            Seems that it is being released in 2006. Maybe I'm misinterpreting the release date with copyright date or first official showing or something. PIXAR's likely going to release it in 2006 for Academy consideration.
            But Ratatouille won't be out until next May or so.

            Also, when they mean "Pixar's best work," do they mean the visuals, the story, or the whole shebang? I know Pixar has refused to make enticing trailers (and I applaud that), but I'm still unsure of "rats in France" as a fun family film. I trust them, but I'll need to verify.

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              Re: Pixar releases information regarding 'Lifted'

              I hope there is no promo for this at DCA.

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