πŸ”₯ πŸ’§ πŸ—» πŸ’¨ Elemental, the latest feature of Disney and Pixar

πŸ”₯ πŸ’§ πŸ—» πŸ’¨ Elemental, the latest feature of Disney and Pixar

The next feature of the Pixar animation studio was introduced, Elemental.

It will be launched on June 16, 2022. Disney had previously booked Father’s Day weekend for a Pixar untitled film.

Story

Elemental tells a story of an element traveling to a city where fire, water, earth, and air, along with an unlikely pair, Amber and Wade. Residents live together A fiery young woman and an ongoing man are about to discover something fundamental: how much they actually have in common.

The director, Peter Sohn’s childhood inspired the animated movie in New York. ” “My parents immigrated from Korea in the early 1970s and built a crowded grocery store in the Bronx,” the director said. We were among many families who moved to a new land with hopes and dreams β€” we all mingled in a great salad of beautiful cultures, languages, and small neighborhoods. “That’s what drove me to Elemental.”

He added: “We wrote the story based on the classic elements – fire, water, earth, and air.” “Some elements are mixed, and some are not. “What if these elements were alive?” Elemental journeys alongside an unlikely pair, Ember and Wade, in a city where fire, water, land, and air residents live together. The fiery young woman and the go-with-the-flow guy are about to discover something elemental: how much they have in common.Movie theme

Getting ideas from myths and legends is a valuable legacy of the Walt Disney Company that is now reflected in this project of Pixar. Cinderella, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Aladdin, and other Walt Disney films used rich historical sources to bring them to the twentieth-century cinema.

It seems that this time Pixar intends to use the same method. Pixar’s history shows that its films often deal with human psychology.Β  “InsideOut” is the best example that tells the story of what is going on in the teenage girl’s brain. “Up” movie analyzes the psychology of an old man and deals with the last chapter of human life. “Coco” is about the human view of death and the emotional relationships between people.

So I guess Disney’s mythical legacy and Pixar storytelling have made a great movie.

Mythology

An elemental is a mythic being described in occult and alchemical works from around the time of the European Renaissance and particularly elaborated in the 16th-century works of Paracelsus. According to Paracelsus and his subsequent followers, there are four categories of elementals: gnomes, undines, sylphs, and salamanders. These correspond to the four Empedoclean elements of antiquity: earth, water, air, and fire, respectively. Terms employed for beings associated with alchemical elements vary by source and gloss.

The Paracelsian concept of elementals draws from several much older traditions in mythology and religion. Common threads can be found in folklore, animism, and anthropomorphism. Examples of creatures such as the Pygmy were taken from Greek mythology.

The elements of earth, water, air, and fire, were classed as the fundamental building blocks of nature. This system prevailed in the Classical world and was highly influential in medieval natural philosophy. Although Paracelsus uses these foundations and the popular preexisting names of elemental creatures, he is doing so to present new ideas which expand on his own philosophical system. The homunculus is another example of a Paracelsian idea with roots in earlier alchemical, scientific, and folklore traditions.

Read more on: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elemental

Director Biography

Elemental was directed by Peter Sohn. Before he came to Pixar in the art and story departments for Finding Nemo, he worked at The Walt Disney Company and Warner Bros; after graduating from school.Β  He worked on The Incredibles, Ratatouille, and WALL-E. Sohn also performed the voice of Emile in Ratatouille. He made his directorial debut with the short film Partly Cloudy in 2009, which he also wrote. Partly Cloudy was included in the Animation Show of Shows in 2009. Sohn co-directed the English-language version of Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea in 2009 with John Lasseter and Brad Lewis.

Producer Biography

Denise Ream is a visual editor and associate producer of Hollywood. Her full name is Denise Eleanor Ream. She began her career in 1995 as a Production Assistant in the feature film The Indian in the Cupboard. In1996, Denise worked as a visual effects producer for the movie Eraser. At that time, she was associated with ILM company. ILM is a visual effects company. In the same year, under the association with ILM, she was the visual effects producer of Daylight. In 1997, she produced the visual effects of Men In Black in the end sequence of the movie. Men In Black is an American science fiction action movie. During the same year, she also worked on the film β€˜Amistad’ by Steven Spielberg. Amistad was a historical drama motion picture based on a story of 1839. It described the mutiny on board La Amistad- the slave ship. Then in 1998, Denise was the visual effects producer for another movie Deep Impact.

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