Glen Keane: From Disney to “Duet” (January 17, 2015)

From the Walt Disney Family Museum:

Duet (Glen Keane)

Join us and the San Francisco Film Society as animation master Glen Keane shares his journey of merging art and technology throughout his career. From his early days of being mentored by several of Disney’s “Nine Old Men” to his amazing work at the studio during the animation renaissance of the late 1980s and 90s, Keane has created some of the most indelible animated characters of modern times. Innovation and experimentation have always played a role in his work which he will discuss as he closes his presentation with a look at his first post-Disney project, “Duet.” Families are encouraged to attend the all-ages-friendly 11am program.

This program is presented in collaboration with the San Francisco Film Society. Pre-sale on-sale date for San Francisco Film Society members and Walt’s Circle donors is Monday, December 22 at 10am. Public on-sale date is Tuesday, December 23 at 10am.

Tickets: $18 members | $20 non-members | $12 student/youth

Sat, Jan 17
11am & 3pm
Location: Walt Disney Family Museum Theater

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