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Destino, by Disney and Dali now at LACMA


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  • Destino, by Disney and Dali now at LACMA

    last year i posted asking about Destino, the film that was conceptualized by Salvador Dali and Disney, which was finally made over 50 years later. well now you can watch all 6 minutes of the film, which is AMAZING, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA).

    The Dali exhibit is running now through january, it's $20 for adults, $17 for students.

    along with the film, you can see different concept drawings and paintings for the film itself which are owned by the disney company. there are also a few photos of when Disney and his wife Lillian visited Dali and his wife Gala in Spain.

    check it out while you can, it's a great exhibit, the film is great w/ awesome transitions, i think it does a great job of presenting an animated world of Dali's work. you only have 2 and a half months left

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    Re: Destino, by Disney and Dali now at LACMA

    Here's the previous threads and links with information:

    Disney, Dali & 'Destino' 3/13/07

    Roy Disney honored at Italian animation festival - The Hollywood Reporter 4/7/06
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006


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