Andrew Stanton

Abele, Robert
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/23/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 62, pA4
Trade Publication
ShoWest 2004's animation director of the year Andrew Stanton, whose enormously successful "Finding Nemo" won him an Oscar award, tries to remind people that a hard drive isn't the source of a Pixar movie's success. Stanton says, "There's a stigma with the computer because it's this technological beast of zeros and ones. With computer animation some think the human element is completely removed from the first impression. But it's still this body of very talented people that can make or break whether or not you have a good movie." INSET: A life in Pixar.


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