The segment was produced using Houdini animation software. [3] James Berardinelli found the film to be of uneven quality. 102, The Carnival of the Animals (La Carnival des Animaux), Finale, "Disney Waves Magic Wand And Sequel Comes To Life After 54 Years", "Walt's nephew leads new Disney 'Fantasia, "Fantasia 2000: Disney revamps their classic with new segments in IMAX", "Rhapsody in Blue: Fantasia 2000's Jewel in the Crown", "Disney Animation Historian John Culhane Dies", "Fantasia 200: The IMAX animation sensation widens its release in July", "Disney Unwraps 'Fantasia' Sequel, After a Long Spell", "ON DVD; Disc additions enhance 'Fantasia' celebration", "Fantasia & Fantasia 2000: 2-Movie Collection Special Edition", "Fantasia/Fantasia 2000 2 Movie Collection Special Edition", "Child's Play: 'Thomas' Film Soundtrack on Track", "Updated 'Fantasia/2000' on the big, big screen at Imax", "60 years later, a second 'lovely mind trip' from Disney", "L.A. 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Note: All segments performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra with conductor James Levine, except where noted. Its consensus reads: "It provides an entertaining experience for adults and children alike. [63] His idea involved a selection of Disney princesses and heroes in a wedding procession carrying their future children who would then be presented in a ceremony. Fantasia [1] [2] (em inglês: Fantasia) é um filme norte-americano do gênero animação produzido pela Walt Disney Productions em 1940. [54] Butoy found the Jack-in-a-box a difficult character to design and animate with its spring base and how he moved with the box. [46] Featured in the crowd emerging from the hotel are depictions of Brooks Atkinson and Hirschfeld, along with his wife Dolly Haas. He felt the Firebird section was "visually ingenious", and Pomp and Circumstance the most light-hearted episode and the one with the most appeal to children, in an otherwise adult-oriented film. [93], On Rotten Tomatoes, Fantasia 2000 holds an approval rating of 81% based on 83 reviews, with an average rating of 7.1/10. Budgeted at about $80–$85 million, the film grossed $90.8 million worldwide. Entre ellos se incluye El aprendiz de brujo, protagonizado por Mickey Mouse, que ya aparecía en la primera Fantasía. [106], After opening at 75 theaters worldwide, the film grossed over $2.2 million in 54 cinemas in North America in its opening weekend, averaging $41,481 per theater,[107] and $842,000 from 21 screens in 14 markets. Fully immerse yourself in the wonders of this innovative blend of music and animated imagery. [85], Fantasia 2000 was officially announced on February 9, 1999 during a Disney presentation at the New Amsterdam Theater in New York City which featured a screening of The Carnival of the Animals. 2 "charmingly traditional" and thought Rhapsody in Blue fit well to the music, but Pomp and Circumstance "inexplicably inspires biblical kitsch". [86][87] The film premiered at Carnegie Hall in New York City on December 17, 1999 for three nights as part of a five-city concert tour. [74] Pines of Rome was re-arranged in 1993 by Bruce Coughlin, who reduced the four-movement piece by cutting the second movement and trimming sections of the third and fourth movements. [92] Each of the seven performances cost over $1 million. It is based on an original story by Hans Christian Andersen entitled The Little Girl with the Matches or The Little Match Girl, published in 1845. Destino is an animated short film released in 2003 by The Walt Disney Company. [52][53] Live action footage of a real ballerina was used as a guide for the toy ballerina's movements. The remaining six pieces were recorded at the Medinah Temple in Chicago, performed by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra conducted by Levine. His appearance went through numerous changes, partly due to the lack of reference material available to the team. [80] The interstitials were filmed in various locations; the orchestra, Jones, Lansbury, and Bronfman[81] were shot in Los Angeles, Perlman and Midler in New York City, and others in Boston, Massachusetts. [46][47][48] Goldberg took Hirschfeld's original illustration of Gershwin and animated it to make him play the piano. [58] An excerpt of the segment was shown at the 1998 SIGGRAPH conference. He paused and went 'I think the right three minutes would be beautiful'". The Blu-ray transfer presents the film in 1080p high-definition video with DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 surround sound. [118] Richard Corliss of Time magazine wrote a positive review of the film, citing Pines of Rome as "a superb, uplifting flight of the spirit" and Piano Concerto No. 5 lacked the technical qualities of Toy Story. Fantasia 2000 was officially announced at a conference held by Disney in February 1999 in New York City where The Carnival of the Animals was screened for the first time. [84] The piano Grierson plays in his scene with Jones is the same one on which he played Rhapsody in Blue for the soundtrack. Like its predecessor, Fantasia 2000 consists of animated segments set to pieces of classical music. He thought Pines of Rome presented itself well in the IMAX format and found the Piano Concerto No. The commercial success of the 1991 home video release of Fantasia convinced Eisner that there was enough public interest and funds for a sequel, to which he assigned Disney as executive producer. [99] A Fantasia 2000 Deluxe Read-Along cassette and CD followed which contains two tracks telling the stories of Pomp and Circumstance and The Sorcerer's Apprentice, with narration by Pat Carroll. [61][104] Disney enforced the exclusive screening rule on the other IMAX cinemas that showed the film which limited its release. [60] The segment was produced with CGI and 6,000 watercolor paintings on heavy bond paper. [64] After numerous ideas were scrapped due to the difficulty in writing a clear plot,[65] animator and director Francis Glebas came up with the Noah's Ark idea that he titled Donald's Last Roundup!,[66] later retitled as Noah's Duck,[23] and pitched it thinking it was "laden with comic possibilities". Panels showing various segments from Fantasia fly in outer space and form the set and stage for an orchestra. [21] Realizing the idea would not work, he kept three Fantasia segments—The Sorcerer's Apprentice, The Nutcracker Suite, and Dance of the Hours—in the program for "quite a while". [10] Walt Disney Studios chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg showed a lack of interest in the film. He summarized the film as "slightly more successful" than the original Fantasia, more child-friendly and a "mixed bag of delights". [117], In his December 1999 review for the Chicago Sun-Times, Roger Ebert gave the film a rating of three stars out of four. [112], Following its release in 1,313 regular theatres in the United States on June 15, 2000, the film grossed an additional $2.8 million in its opening weekend that ranked eleventh at the box office. Disney felt the need to keep interstitials (bridges) as used in Fantasia in order to give audiences a chance to "cleanse their emotional palate" from the previous segment while also providing some information about the next one. [37] Butoy created a "musical intensity chart" for the animators to follow which "tracked the ups and downs of the music ... as the music brightens so does the color", and vice versa. I was … Ohjaajina toimivat Hendel Butoy ja Francis Glebas. Fantasia 2000 is a 1999 American animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation and released by Walt Disney Pictures. Allegro, The Carnival of the Animals (Le carnaval des animaux), Pomp and Circumstance - Marches 1, 2, 3 and 4, Pomp and Circumstance - Marches 1, 2, 3, and 4, This is the third sequel from Walt Disney Animation Studios, after, While Mickey was searching for Donald, there was a scream, which Mickey said "Oh, sorry, Daisy." [96] The film has been withdrawn from release after its return to the "Disney Vault" moratorium on April 30, 2011. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The artists completed a series of preliminary designs based on the stories, including ones for The Steadfast Tin Soldier from 1938 by Bianca Majolie[50] that were stored in the studio's animation research library and used for a 1991 Disney book that retold the story accompanied with the storyboard sketches. Fantasia (2000) (NatureRules1 and GavenLovesAnimals' Style) Fantasia (2000) Jaden Groves Style Fantasia 2000 (1999) SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more... Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys STARmeter Awards San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events 5 is an abstract segment created by Pixote Hunt with story development by Kelvin Yasuda. [27] Hunt first thought of the story on a morning walk in Pasadena, California, one depicting a battle of "good" multi-colored shapes against "evil" dark ones and how the conflict resolves itself. Duke is named after jazz artist Duke Ellington. It was later found along with Destino. Moments of Symphony No. Título original: Fantasia 2000 (Fantasia/2000). Fue hecha para recordar el 60 aniversario de la película Fantasía, también de Disney. Like its predecessor, Fantasia 2000 consists of animated segments set to pieces of classical music. 1940年の「FANTASIA」から60年後に公開された「FANTASIA 2000」です。ファンタジア2000には、8曲が収録されています。1940年のファンタジアと同じ曲は、「魔法使いの弟子」のみです。ファンタジアの代名詞ともいわれて Produced by Roy E. Disney and Donald W. Ernst, it is the 38th Disney animated feature film as well as the sequel to Fantasia (1940). [43] Goldberg's wife Susan was art director. [72] A recording of James Levine conducting both pieces with the Philharmonia appears on the film's soundtrack.[73]. [108] It set new records for the highest gross for any IMAX engagement and surpassed the highest weekly total for any previously released IMAX film. [100], Fantasia 2000 first opened in IMAX theatres for a four-month run from January 1 to April 30, 2000, becoming the first animated feature-length film shown in the format. He pointed out that though the film includes moments of comedy and pastoral, "the themes running through the old 'Fantasia' – the struggle between light and dark, the war between chaos and order, the ultimate triumph of goodness – find only a pale equivalent in this new version". [55], The segment marked the first time the Disney studio created a film's main characters entirely from CGI;[26] only backgrounds, secondary, or tertiary characters had been produced using CGI beforehand. During the first half of the closing credits, we see the orchestra leaving as well as scenes from the movie flying off into space. [42], Rhapsody in Blue is the first Fantasia segment with music from the American composer George Gershwin. [68] Disney chose The Firebird as the piece to use after "half a dozen" others were scrapped, including Symphony No. Disney Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. The film begins with the sound of an orchestra tuning and Deems Taylor's introduction from Fantasia. "[11], Production began under the working title of Fantasia Continued with a release in 1997. In 1940, Walt Disney released Fantasia, his third animated feature film, consisting of eight animated segments set to pieces of classical music. [8] The title was changed to Fantasia 1999, followed by Fantasia 2000 to coincide with its theatrical release in 2000. He found the segment with the flamingos cute and the one with the tin soldier to be romantic. He summarized the film "like a light buffet of tasty morsels rather than a full and satisfying meal". [82] Each scene was filmed in front of a green screen to allow shots of the orchestra or the set to be placed behind them. ポータル ディズニー 『 ファンタジア2000 』(原題: Fantasia 2000 )は、 2000年 (初公開は 1999年 12月17日 )に ディズニー が公開した アニメーション映画 。 [45] Rachel was designed after the Goldbergs' daughter[46] and John is based on animation historian and author John Culhane and Hirschfeld's caricature of Alexander Woollcott. The best of the supplemental pieces features artists Eric and Susan [59] Goldberg was partly inspired by co-director Mike Gabriel, who would play with a yo-yo as he took a break from working on Pocahontas (1995). G | 1h 15min | Animation, Comedy, Family | 16 June 2000 (USA) 1:16 | Trailer. "[114] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 59 out of 100 based on 27 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". Al igual que su precedente, ésta película se divide en varios fragmentos -en este caso ocho- cada uno acompañado de distintas piezas musicales. [26] The Sprite is a Dryad-like creature from Greek mythology. Birçok animasyon içerikli sahnelerden oluşan filmin ilk filmi Fantasia, 1940 yılında çekilmiştir. [93], Fantasia 2000 was first released on VHS and DVD on November 14, 2000,[94] with both featuring a specially made introduction in which Roy gives a history of key innovations brought by various Disney productions (specifically Steamboat Willie,Flowers and Trees, Snow White, Fantasia, The Great Mouse Detective, Beauty and the Beast, Toy Story 2 and Dinosaur). Fantasia 2000 ha molti più pezzi a tema comico rispetto al film del 1940 (dove i pezzi esplicitamente comici erano due, La danza delle ore e L’apprendista stregone). Fantasia 2000 on Disney-yhtiön vuonna 1999 valmistunut piirroselokuva, joka on jatko-osa vuonna 1940 valmistuneelle elokuvalle Fantasia. Fantasia 2000, Walt Disney yapımı otuz yedinci Fantasia animasyon/müzikal filmidir. [116] Todd McCarthy of Variety pointed out that while the original Fantasia felt too long and formal, its "enjoyable follow-up is, at 75 minutes, simply too breezy and lightweight". [26], The Carnival of the Animals, Finale was directed by Goldberg; his wife Susan was its art director. He found The Sorcerer's Apprentice fit well with the rest of the film and the battle in Symphony No. To him The Sorcerer's Apprentice was an enduring classic. [2] Brian Sibley wrote a mostly negative review in Sight & Sound, a monthly magazine published by the British Film Institute, in June 2000. Fantasia 2000 est le 62 e long-métrage d'animation et le 38 e « Classique d'animation » des studios Disney. [19] Because Katzenberg continued to express some hostility towards the film, Disney held development meetings without him and reported directly to Eisner instead, something that author James B. Stewart wrote "would have been unthinkable on any other future animation project. Fantasia 2000 Experience an extravaganza of sight and sound in Fantasia 2000, the triumphant classic inspired by Walt Disney’s vision of Fantasia as a work-in-progress, now brilliantly presented in high definition. The piece was recorded on March 28, 1994. [26] The backgrounds were completed by hand. [32] Hunt explained that scanning each drawing "was a one-shot deal" as the platen that pressed onto it would alter the pastel once it had been scanned. [70] Her form changes six times; she is introduced as a Water Sprite who plants flowers as a Flower Sprite. He claims Rhapsody in Blue is "guilty of some dubious racial and sexual caricaturing", but hailed the film's IMAX presentation as "a breathtaking spectacle". The film received mostly positive reviews from critics, who praised the film overall while also criticizing its uneven quality. Fantasia (1940) and Fantasia 2000 (1999) (Andrew Smith Style) - UbiSoftFan94. Music+Cinema: Fantasia 2000- Pines of Rome/Les Pins de Rome- Disney/Respighi (Extraits) by Claude LE-QUANG 4:18 Rhapsody in Blue by Viviana Magrini 12:30 Shostakovich - … Disney formed its initial running order with half of the Fantasia program and only "three or four new numbers"[20] with the aim of releasing a "semi-new movie".