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Pixar's Lasseter Tackles Disney Animation

04hols6001 Pixar chief John Lasseter started out his career at Disney, but saw a digital future that the studio did not share. Now he's trying to fix the studio's out-of-date animation division—without throwing out 2-D drawing with the bathwater.

[Photo by Monica Almedia, NYT]


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