Event: Andrew Stanton

Date: December 3
Born December 3, 1956 in Rockport, in the state of Massachusetts (USA).
He is an American animator, director and screenwriter.

He studied as a traditional animator at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), and came to Pixar, computer animation studio, without the slightest computer science doctrine. As soon as he graduated from CalArts he started to collaborate, as well as with John Lasseter, also with another important American animator, Ralph Bakshi, with whom he works writing some episodes of the animated series Mighty Mouse, the New Adventure.

Andrew Stanton and John Lasseter were the only Pixar employees who were animators, not computer programmers or engineers. Stanton initially collaborated in the animation of commercials, business to which the Pixar was oriented in those years. Later he was part of the creative team of creators of Toy Story, the first full-length animated feature entirely in CGI. With this film Andrew Stanton earned his first Oscar nomination, the one for the best original screenplay (recognition that for the first time he went to an animated film).

In 2003 he wrote and directed his first feature film, Finding Nemo. With this film Andrew Stanton he gets the Oscar for best animated film and his second nomination for the best original screenplay. In 2008 he made his second film, WALL-E, a feature film that was among the most important awards in the world, Oscar as best animated feature film included.

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