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In 1940, Walt Disney released his second feature film: Pinocchio, based on Carlo Collodi’s 1883 Italian children’s novel. The film was groundbreaking: it pioneered the latest animation and sound technology of the era, and established a blueprint for Disney filmmaking that remains intact today. It became the first animated feature to win a competitive Academy Award® (in fact, it won two), and earned a place on the roster of the National Film Registry. Pinocchio’s crucial role has endured decades, given its rare 100% rating on the film website Rotten Tomatoes and the lively discourse that continues to surround the film today.

To celebrate the film’s 75th anniversary this year, author J.B. Kaufman presents a complete history of the making of Pinocchio, from source material to rerelease. Pinocchio, published in partnership with the Walt Disney Family Foundation and the Walt Disney Family Museum, is an in-depth exploration of the making of the film.

Academy Award-winning animator and film historian John Canemaker says of Pinocchio: “In great detail, J. B. Kaufman reveals the struggles, triumphs and disappointments encountered by Disney and his staff during the creation of this sacred monster of a film. Woven here is a once-upon-a-time story sure to fascinate and inform readers, an exciting adventure into the inner workings of a one-of-a kind studio and team at its creative peak.”

Go behind to the scenes with stories of the inner workings of the Golden Age of Animation, the animators’ personalities and story changes like why Jiminy Cricket’s character almost got left on the cutting room floor. Over 300 photographs, illustrations and concept sketches – many of which are available for the very first time – accompany the story behind the story.

Become a part of the wild, legendary ride that was the making of Pinocchio.

Biographie de l'auteur

J.B. Kaufman is an author and film historian who has published extensively on topics including Disney animation and American silent film. He is the author of The Fairest One of All, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Art and Creation of Walt Disney’s Classic Animated Film, South of the Border with Disney, and coauthor, with Russell Merritt, of Walt in Wonderland: The Silent Films of Walt Disney (winner of the Kraszna-Krausz Award and the Society for Animation Studies’ Norman McLaren-Evelyn Lambart Award, and chosen by The New York Times as a Notable Book of the Year), and Walt Disney’s Silly Symphonies. He has also been a regular contributor to the Griffith Project at Le Giornate del Cinema Muto, the distinguished annual silent-film festival in Pordenone, Italy, and speaks frequently on Disney, silent film history, and related topics.

The Walt Disney Family Museum, owned and operated by the Walt Disney Family Foundation, opened in 2009 in San Francisco. Co-founded by Walt’s daughter, Diane Disney Miller, and grandson, Walter Miller, the museum celebrates the genius and spirit of Walt Disney, a risk-taker whose artistry, imagination and vision influenced popular culture through animated and live-action films, television programs, theme parks and new technologies. Walt’s contributions live on today in the museum’s exhibits and education programs, which share the fascinating story of the man who raised animation to an art, transformed the film industry, tirelessly pursued innovation, and created a global, distinctively American legacy.

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  • Relié: 352 pages
  • Editeur : Walt Disney Family Foundation Press (26 mai 2015)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1616288094
  • ISBN-13: 978-1616288099
  • Dimensions du produit: 24,1 x 3,6 x 26,7 cm
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Par Rochel le 5 juin 2015
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Plus de 300 pages somptueuses avec pleins de reproductions inédites. Maquette parfaite, texte riche et travaillé : un indispensable pour tout fan de Disney qui se respecte.
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Amazing. Loved this book. AAA+ 27 mai 2015
Par MOVIEKIDZ LLC - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Wow! I've been waiting for something like this to come out for years. Several years ago I was fortunate to work for a producer at Disney Animation who let me review a copy of a copy of the scene story breakdown, storyboards, scene script outlines and character model sheets for Pinocchio. Apart from that hand produced xerox document, a book called "Disney's Illusion of Life" and scattered material on the internet, little has been comprehensively written about this landmark Disney film and the filmmaking process. It's a beautiful book, meticulously researched and a true labor of love. Awesome job with the layout and graphics! I feel and believe this is Disney at his best most mature work. I recommend this book to any and all Disney fans. It scores a 9+ on a scale of 10. The only soft spot I can find in this book is a slight weakness in not giving enough copy to the ground breaking animation techniques, the multi plane camera invented by William Garity for the Walt Disney Studios, and the films cultural impact prior to WWII. It's important to note that the book should have devoted more pages to the thumbnail story sketches and scene sequences privy to the the various story editors working on the film. The book should have included other model sheets, layout backgrounds as well as the preliminary color studies. I know that material exists because I have seen it first hand. Hopefully in a future edition, the author will include this material and obtain it from the Disney Library Archive. Overall this book represents a note worthy scholarly achievement accessible to all.
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Exceptional! 9 juin 2015
Par Chef Mayhem - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Too often, books on Disney animation are either too heavy on images, leaving the reader wanting more in-depth information, or too heavy with text, leaving the reader wanting the ideas to be better illustrated. This book strikes a perfect balance, and is hefty enough to go into sufficient detail in both imagery and analysis to satisfy any animation fan. Beyond just the visuals, the author digs into the soundtrack as well, offering intriguing details as to the creation of both the music and sound effects. A truly must-have addition to any animation or Disney library.
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Beautiful, well written book on Walt's Masterpiece 27 juin 2015
Par Steve D. Spain - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Beautiful, well written book on Walt's Masterpiece. I would recommend to all Disney fans. I've been a Disney geek for over 30 years and thought I knew a lot about the making of Pinocchio - But Kaufman's meticulous research turned up new stories and anecdotes practically at every page. Highly Recommend!
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I have learned by experience. Never pass on a ... 10 juin 2015
Par Doug Weaver - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have learned by experience. Never pass on a Disney book by JB Kaufman. My appreciation for the Disney classic "Pinocchio" has increased exponentially! If you wait, you will pay the inflated prices of the after-market. My copy will NOT be for sale! Thanks, JB!
One of the best "Making Of" Books every written! 7 juillet 2015
Par Jeffrey S. Heimbuch - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Note: This review originally appeared on episode 180 of Communicore Weekly

George: Sometimes a book comes along that is so monumental, that it's hard to describe it. In 2012, J.B. Kaufman wrote two books on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs that were so inclusive, exhaustive, and stunning, that it's hard to find other works that even compare. His latest release, published by the Walt Disney Family Foundation Press is Pinocchio: The Making of the Disney Epic. Kaufman has authored many other titles focusing on Disney animation, including the South of the Border films, the Silly Symphonies and the silent films. Needless to say, I was super-excited when this book showed up.

Jeff: Just to parrot what George said, we're huge fans of Kaufman. His research goes above and beyond many others, and it shows in his final product. Many folks may be intimidated by this massive tome, but really, it is well worth the time to read. It's definitely one of the best "making of" books I've come across, and packs a lot into its pages.

George: Parroting? I though you were going to start using the term Carioca-ing.

Jeff: Given the topic of one of his previous books, that WOULD make sense...

George: Anyway, Kaufman's book clocks in at 352 pages, and honestly, there really isn't much fluff to be found anywhere. It is a making of book, like Jeff mentioned, and it's so well researched and written that it's hard to believe that Kaufman hasn't written everything that can be written about the iconic and award-winning film. It does follow a standard presentation that we've seen in similar books about animated films, but that doesn't mean this book isn't truly groundbreaking.

Jeff: To me, this book struck a perfect chord between images and text. Sometimes, this types of books are too heavy on one or the other, but Kaufman's book is so beautifully laid out, it never feels over-bearing. It truly is up there with the greatest animation books of all time. But, I feel like we're just overtly praising it in generalities, and not really pointing out why. So, George, what was your favorite part of the book?

George: Like most other "making of" books, I find myself really drawn to the history of the subject, especially the periods before Disney. Like the books on Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty, Kaufman takes us back to the origins of story to give us the details that we might not know, as well as for laying the foundation of how Disney changed the story. Compared to some of the other films, Collodi's Pinocchio was barely 40 years-old when Walt decided to tackle it as an animated film. To me, seeing how the original tales fits historically is always eye-opening and lends understanding to the choices made in the creation of the film.

Jeff: I really enjoy how he looks at the film upon its release as well. It seems that audiences expected another Snow White, and were turned off by the adaptation of the must darker, Collodi story. Snow White briefly goes into that area, sure, but Pinocchio plunges head first into it in parts. But his look into the warmth and heart of the film is compelling. You realize how much the animators poured their hearts and souls into the film, often around the clock and on unpaid overtime, because most of them believed in what they were doing.

George: The very long (and richly detailed) section of the creation of the film showed just how difficult it is to craft a work like Pinocchio. Walt and the animators went through many different versions of the story with different characters before they hit the mark, so to speak. Kaufman was able to access the notes from production meetings and share the comments from Walt and other studio employees that shaped the film on a daily basis. At times, it really felt like I was a fly on the wall, just waiting for them to tread into the story that we now know so well.

Jeff: Overall, again, this is an impressive work. I can't even imagine how much work Kaufman put into this. I mean, the man churns out a book like this every 2 years or so, at this point, so he must be constantly researching. It's impressive, and seriously one of the best "making of" books I have ever read on ANY topic, hands down.

George: Kaufman, based on his relationship with the Walt Disney Family Museum, is one of the few researchers to have almost unfettered access to various archives at Disney and it's well worth it. He stands tall with other historians and the work that he presents on Pinocchio is going to be the standard. Besides being incredibly well-researched and well-written, the book is easy to digest and easy to enjoy.

Jeff: Needless to say after all that praising, I think you realize how into the book we are, and highly recommend it. 4 thumbs up?
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