For Pixar, it's about the story, not the glory

December 2003
Daily Variety;12/10/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 47, pA2
Trade Publication
Reports on developments concerning the animated film, "Finding Nemo," from Pixar. Premiere of the film in Japan in December 2003; Pixar's decision to show the film early in English-speaking countries to fight piracy; Video release of the film in the United States; Chances of the film of receiving an Oscar Award in 2004; Director Andrew Stanton's sentiments on receiving a recognition for his job with "Finding Nemo" from his industry peers.


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