- Published: Thursday, 28 April 2016 11:27
Tony DeRose, Senior Scientist & Research Leader
BY Isabel Angel, Aiden Ament, Lola Daley, Adriana Golden, Gillian Friend, Carissa Lee, Shyla Lensing, Jonah Kernis, Jane Merkle, Abby Smith, Cole Summers, Giselle Turchon, Lilly Wanninger and Sophia Zoog; from Bel-Aire, Branson, Gate AcaDemy, Marin Academy, Hall Middle, Kent Middle, Marin Catholic, Marin Montessori, Miller Creek Middle, Mill Valley Middle, Marin Waldorf and San Rafael High Schools
A darkened movie theatre. “Please silence your phone before the movie starts,” an audio speaker booms. The screen bursts to life, and the iconic Pixar logo appears across it, complete with the mischievous letter-crushing lamp that first debuted in the short film Luxo Jr. nearly thirty years ago. Since then, young and old alike have enjoyed Pixar Animation Studios’ slew of classic computer animated films, with titles like Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and The Incredibles entertaining millions through their hilarious, thrilling, and moving storytelling.