Walt Disney's Cinderella (1950)

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Growing up in Herndon, Virginia, Disney has always been a big part of my childhood. From their toys to their stickers to their animated films. Disney always brought out my laughter and my inner child. My favorite Disney princess was Cinderella. From her magical sparkling heels to her finding her prince charming, my mother and I shared our acclaimed interest in this classical animated Disney film. As one can say, it has brought us together. Besides my personal experience with Disney, many others have been impacted as well. Disney has always been known best for their animations, especially Cinderella (1950). Cinderella (1950) is an American animated film produced by Walt Disney. Today, it is often believed by critics that this film was what…show more content…
It was the same for animations. Due to the developing change, animations also changed their styles. Aside from television shows, computer technologies played the largest influence on the styles of animation worldwide. Even though experiments with electronic animation began in the 30’s, it was not until the late ‘70s that computer animation grew rapid attention. Disney played a huge role, especially with their animation Disney successfully distinguished themselves with their animated films by integrating features of ‘bright realistic primary colors and digitally enhanced facial features’. They also have unified features of physiognomic and architectural characteristics and emphasized their atmosphere on action’. Disney’s style represented ‘the future of the medium’, especially with animated films like Beauty and the Beast (1991) and Toy Story (1995). However, unlike Disney, it was the French animation film, The Triplets of Belleville (Les Triplettes de Belleville) (2003), that kept the early traditions of animation alive. He successfully integrated both the 2D and 3D styles. Sylvain Chomet’s The Triplets of Belleville (2003) is about Madame Souza and her grandson, Champion. As a young man, he became a dedicated road racer with Madame Souza as his trainer. During the Tour de France race, Champion was kidnapped. Madame Souza and her grandson’s overweight pet dog, Bruno, team up with the Belleville Sisters…show more content…
However, unlike Disney, it was the French animation film, The Triplets of Belleville (Les Triplettes de Belleville) that kept the early traditions of animation alive, regardless of time and trend. Chomet’s creatively combined the trendy 3D computer-generated animation with traditional 2D cartoon drawings. This creativity not only gave a more organic and traditional feel to the end result but also an expressive side to his animation. Chomet and Disney’s animation style not only differ in their techniques, but also differed in their storytelling styles, production, and
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