Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1937 G
1.00PM Sun 18 Sep 2016
GOMA | Cinema A | Ticketed
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was Walt Disney's first major love letter to the German fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. Described at the time by skeptical Hollywood insiders as 'Disney's Folly', Walt Disney's ambitious animation became the first feature-length animated film in the United States and sparked a deep affection for the genre through generations of film goers. A mammoth undertaking, the animated film comprised of a staggering two million illustrations, created with the help of 32 animators, 102 assistants, 167 "in-betweeners", 20 layout artists, 25 artists doing water colour backgrounds, 65 effects animators, and 158 inkers and painters. In 1939 Walt Disney was awarded an honorary Oscar for his significant contribution to screen innovation and in 2008 the film was named the 'Greatest Animated Film of All Time' by the American Film institute.
35MM, COLOUR, MONO, 83 MINUTES, UNITED STATES, ENGLISH / SUPERVISING DIRECTOR: DAVID HAND / SEQUENCE DIRECTORS: WILLIAM COTTRELL, WILFRED JACKSON, LARRY MOREY, PERCE PEARCE, BEN SHARPSTEEN / PRODUCER: WALT DISNEY / SCRIPT: TED SEARS, RICHARD CREEDON, OTTO ENGLANDER, DICK RICKARD, EARL HURD, MERRILL DE MARIS, DOROTHY ANN BLANK, WEBB SMITH / BASED ON THE FAIRY TALE BY JACOB AND WILHELM GRIMM / MUSIC: FRANK CHURCHILL, LEIGH HARLINE, PAUL J. SMITH / PRINT SOURCE/RIGHTS: WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS