so cute!!!”Voices of Young Elsa & Anna” Clip – The Story of Frozen: Making a Disney Animated Classic

See who voiced young Anna & Elsa in Frozen. Tune in September 2 at 8pm on ABC to go behind the scenes, get a glimpse at the next chapter for the characters, and see an exclusive sneak peek of Big Hero 6!
Viewers will get a rare look inside Walt Disney Animation Studios and unprecedented access to the creative team that brought “Frozen” to life. Throughout the one-hour special, the audience will hear from “Frozen” stars Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel, the directors, songwriters, producer, artists and chief creative officer John Lasseter—the team who dreamed of making a cherished Hans Christian Andersen story into a big-screen animated musical. Viewers will take a journey to the beautiful Norwegian villages and landscapes that inspired the look of the fictional kingdom of Arendelle and see images and footage from the research trips to Norway, Quebec and points beyond that helped create the film’s unforgettable look and feel.
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4 items to compete Frozen with Tangled


Back in 2010, Tangled was considered to be one of the most beautiful looking animated films ever created. The animators worked hard to create a “painterly look”, blending hand drawn and CGI techniques. As a result, we have a film that is visually stunning. Rapunzel’s hair is the scene-stealer. It shimmers, glows and moves fluidly, making it a marvel of modern animation. Characters’ facial expressions are lifelike, as seen especially in Mother Gothel. Colours are eye-popping and bright, with vivid greens and pinks popping out all around. Clothes have intricate patterns and embroidery and look realistic. Silk and leather are instantly recognizable, as are gold crowns and jewels. And the iconic lantern sequence is the movie’s star attraction.

Frozen takes a different approach to its animation. Characters aren’t lifelike, rather, veer towards a more cartoony look. Snow and ice are the stars of the movie. Special software was created to emulate the translucency of ice, as well as the unique properties of snow. Elsa’s ice gown is a masterwork of animation and design. It sparkles, glitters and looks incredibly ethereal. The climactic blizzard is another unprecedented milestone, and Elsa’s ice palace is something to behold. It looks chillingly real and sends a shiver up your spine. Frozen also features the same level of detail seen in Tangled. Wooly fabrics, beautiful rosemaling, textures and embroidery, it’s all there. Check out the tiny snowflakes in Elsa’s hair!

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If FROZEN Was A Horror Movie

This is what Disney’s FROZEN would look like if it was a horror film! If you enjoy this video, make sure you subscribe to be notified when I release a new one! Continue Reading →


The most clothed animated film-Frozen – Costume Design|ANNA and ELSA

 When we watch  animated films about Princess , the specifically costumes we tend to identify characters by 1 or 2 signature

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|animation|Frozen Deleted Scene 3 in one

the sequence was originally set to take place immediately before Elsa’s coronation and was intended to serve as a demonstration of Anna’s quirky personality.


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Frozen [OST] Songs

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【Reviews】The Art of Frozen


As someone who loves “the art of” books, this one is no exception. I absolutely loved the movie but also the art style. The animation gets better year after year and its really cool to see how it came to be. This book shows concept art, has notes from the directors and animators on why they made certain choices, and essentially all the drawing and sketches that made the movie what it is today. Like I said, I have many other “the art of” books, and I am very pleased to add this one to my collection.
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Frozen [Soundtrack, Deluxe Edition, Original Recording Reissued]customer reviews

The Best Disney Soundtrack For the First Time In, Well, FOREVER!

was at the premiere of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” in 1992. I remember the feeling that everything in Disney animation was about to change for the better and for a very long time. The combination of story, animation, and above all, song, was the best that had been seen in a film since the 1950’s, during the Silver Age of Disney animation. What Alan Menken and Howard Ashman had hinted at in “The Little Mermaid” was given full, beautiful voice in the songs from “Beauty and the Beast,” and I knew that a new Golden Age of Disney animation was on its way. Continue Reading →