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Pixar Blair Shelnutt CISM 2201 History 1984-1989 1990-1994 1995-1999 2000-2003 Recent/Upcoming Events Awards Financial Information Income Statement Balance Sheet Stock Chart Video Conclusion Bibliography Introduction History Pixar was created from John Lesseter and Lucasfilms

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Pixar

Blair Shelnutt

CISM 2201


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History

1984-1989

1990-1994

1995-1999

2000-2003

Recent/Upcoming Events

Awards

Financial Information

Income Statement

Balance Sheet

Stock Chart

Video

Conclusion

Bibliography

Introduction


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History

  • Pixar was created from John Lesseter and Lucasfilms

  • The name Pixar was created by Steve Jobs in 1986, which is after the Pixar Image Computer

  • Computer Animated Production System helped Pixar and Disney with their commercials and films


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In 1984, John Lasseter leaves Disney and joins George Lucas and his animation team

The computer graphics division was sold to Steve Jobs for $10 million in 1986

A short film called Red’s Dream has its premiere in 1987

Red’s Dream receives the Golden Gate award

In 1988 another short film is premiered and is called Tin Toy

Pixar makes their first commercial for Tropicana, “Wake Up”, in 1989

Tin Toys wins an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film

1984-1989


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1990-1994 and his animation team

  • Pixar creates five new commercials in 1990

  • Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar team up to create three feature length animated films

  • Pixar receives awards for the Listerine and Lifesaver commercials


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1995-1999 and his animation team

  • Toy Story hits theaters in 1995 and becomes the first fully computer animated film

  • Buzz and Woody from Toy Story make an appearance at the 68th Academy Awards

  • Pixar and Disney expand their agreement to make five films

  • A Bug’s Life is released and breaks all U.S. Thanksgiving weekend records in the Box Office

  • In 1999, Toy Story 2 is released and Pixar continues to break records


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2000-2003 and his animation team

  • Co-Founder, Ed Catmull, is named Pixar’s President

  • Monster’s Inc. is releases in 2001 and becomes the highest gross animated movie worldwide

  • Finding Nemo is released and Toy Story is voted #1 on the Top 100 Animated Features of All Time by the Online Film Critics


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Coming in ’04 and ‘05 and his animation team

  • In 2004 a new animated film is scheduled to release and is called The Incredibles

  • The Incredibles is an action adventure-comedy with Brad Bird

  • In 2005, Cars is to be releases with Jon Lasseter directing the animated film


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Pixar and his animation team

  • Pixar has founded Pixar University, where they provide educational opportunities for Pixar employees

  • Pixar and Disney co-own and produce the 5 animated films, and share the profit

  • All the computer animated movies have received over $2.0 billion dollars


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Awards and his animation team

  • Since 1986, Pixar has won 8 Academy Awards and have been nominated 10 times

  • Pixar has won Grammy Awards for Best Song, Album, and composition

  • All of Pixar’s short films have received various awards


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Income Statement and his animation team


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Balance Sheet and his animation team


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Stock Chart and his animation team


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Monster’s Inc. Charades and his animation team


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Conclusion and his animation team


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Bibliography and his animation team

  • Annual Finances (2003). Available October 16, 2003 from the World Wide Web http://premium.hoovers.com/subscribe/co/fin/annual.xhtml?COID=46451

  • Stock Chart (2003). Available October 16, 2003 from the World Wide Web http://premium.hoovers.com/subscribe/co/fin/stockchart.xhtml?ticker=PIXR&ID=46451&frame=1+Year&ticker=PIXR&index=&threed=2&x=12&y=11

  • History (2003). Available October 16, 2003 from the World Wide Web http://www.pixar.com/companyinfo/history/1984.html


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Bibliography and his animation team

  • Pictures (2003). Available October 17, 2003 from the World Wide Web http://www.pixar.com/

  • Sound Clip (2003). Available October 20, 2003 from the World Wide Web http://www.hiddenmickeys.org/Downloads.html

  • Video Clip (2003). Available October 21, 2003 from the World Wide Web http://multimedia.lycos.com/results.asp?component=MoreVideo&query=Monsters+Inc+Charades


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