2021 / documentary, short / 16min /
directed by Nikolas Caesar-Delano Hronis / written by Nikolas Caesar-Delano Hronis, Kent Adamson /
country: U.S / language: English /

“In 1989 Lew Stude and his animation friends purchased the top secret paint mixing mills used by Disney for over 60 years to make the colors for the animated films from “Snow White” thru to “The Little Mermaid”.  The secret paint formulas that were (along with the mills) kept hidden from the public were abandoned in favor of “color with a click of a button”.  Ward Kimball’s grandson Christopher Lord, Hollywood writer Kent Adamson and historian Joe Campana lead us into a secret world of dazzling color pigments and the ongoing debate about the value of “handmade color” versus the digital one.Special one week only preview engagement.”

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