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Plot: Walt Disney’s timeless masterpiece is an extravaganza of sight and sound! See the music come to life, hear the pictures burst into song and experience the excitement that is Fantasia over and over again.
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A human Movie
2017 is a year of technical marvel. Looking at movies of today, we see massive, stunning works of animation. We can now achieve computer generated images that look nearly indistinguishable from reality, and at the forefront of movie making today is Disney. Through Marvel, Disney creates multiple action packed superhero blockbusters a year. Star Wars, after it’s 2015 revival, has new movies being released annually. Pixar, after creating several successful franchises, is now resting on its laurels, creating sequels like Finding Dory, Toy Story 4, Cars 3 and Incredibles 2. Even Disney’s in house animation team is finding success, bringing back the Disney princess formula with movies like Frozen and Moana. However, amidst all this success, we have lost the truly human touch. Fantasia perfectly captures all that was lost in today’s Disney movies. The movie has a very personal and human feel to every aspect of it. The orchestra, a very tangible presence in the movie, feels alive. They laugh, play their own little tunes during the intermission, but most importantly, they make mistakes. The animation is the same way, It’s very rough at times and sometimes lacking, with some animations being reused, however every shot is filled with passion. You can tell that people worked on this, people with ambition, though they were not perfect. In modern movies, this beautiful animation that looks so real lacks the touch of individualism that Fantasia has in spades. The scene of the Sorcerer’s apprentice dancing around the broom is burned into our collective memory for a reason. In all its flaws, its rough edges, it feels real to us. We can see all the raw effort and energy that the animator’s put into each of Mickey’s footsteps and that resonates with us. Fantasia speaks to the viewer not because it’s perfect, but because it’s flawed.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr 5 min (125 min), 2 hr 4 min (124 min) (2000 roadshow restoration) (USA), 1 hr 20 min (80 min) (1942 cut) (USA), 2 hr (120 min) (1991 VHS release) (USA), 1 hr 55 min (115 min) (1946 cut) (USA)
Genre Animation, Family, Fantasy, Music, Musical
Director James Algar, Samuel Armstrong, Ford Beebe Jr., Norman Ferguson, David Hand, Jim Handley, T. Hee, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske, Bill Roberts, Paul Satterfield, Ben Sharpsteen
Writer Joe Grant (story direction), Dick Huemer (story direction), Lee Blair (story development), Elmer Plummer (story development), Phil Dike (story development), Sylvia Moberly-Holland (story development), Norman Wright (story development), Albert Heath (story development), Bianca Majolie (story development), Graham Heid (story development), Perce Pearce (story development), Carl Fallberg (story development), William Martin (story development and research), Leo Thiele (story development and research), Robert Sterner (story development and research), John McLeish (story development and research), Otto Englander (story development), Webb Smith (story development), Erdman Penner (story development), Joseph Sabo (story development), Bill Peet (story development), Vernon Stallings (story development), Campbell Grant (story development), Arthur Heinemann (story development), Phil Dike (story development)
Actors Deems Taylor, Leopold Stokowski, The Philadelphia Orchestra
Awards 8 wins & 1 nomination.
Production Company Walt Disney Productions
Sound Mix 3 Channel Stereo (RCA Sound System) (as Fantasound)
Aspect Ratio 1.37 : 1
Camera Bell & Howell 2709
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (color)
Film Length 7,360 m
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical, SuperScope (1956 re-release)
Printed Film Format 35 mm