Plus-size travelers get real about ‘flying while fat’ in this new video

In tiny airplane cabins, pressure mounts — especially for plus-size travelers entering an aircraft that wasn’t designed with them in mind.

To bring attention to the discrimination and stress plus-size people face when flying, London-based activist and artist Stacy Bias has created a new animated short film called Flying While Fat. She hopes to start a conversation about acceptance and inclusion of plus-size travelers.

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The evolution of Disney animation, from Snow White to Zootopia

Walt Disney has been the gold standard in animation for the last 80 years or so, the yardstick by which all other cartoons are judged. It was the studio’s Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs that made feature-length animated movies viable back in 1937, and Disney has released over 50 more full-length animated features since then. Film student Bora Barroso encapsulates many decades of movie history into a two-and-a-half-minute video called “The Evolution Of Disney Animation (1937-2016),” ending with 2016’s Zootopia. You can see how the studio generally got more ambitious and innovative over time, embracing new techniques and technology from the multi-plane camera to computer generated imagery.

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Upcoming Disney Animated Movies: List Of Titles And Release Dates

Wreck-It Ralph 2

Earlier this year, we perceived an central proclamation around Facebook that Wreck-It Ralph 2 was on a way. While that news wasn’t accurately news, since John C. Reilly had already blabbed, what was news, and startling news during that, was that Wreck-It Ralph 2 was indeed going to be a subsequent underline we saw from Disney following Moana. It took over a recover date that was already set aside for another movie, putting it in what we’ll call a Zootopia space in 2018

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How Malaysia’s Creatvtoon Studios became partial of a ‘Star Wars’ universe

‘The Freemaker Adventures’ centres on a family of 3 immature siblings who deliver tools from broken or shop-worn ships that they use to build new ones, that they sell in sequence to make their living. — Picture around StarWars.comKUALA LUMPUR, Dec 9 — The success of internal animation companies creation inroads into a Hollywood marketplace has led to internal animators swelling their wings in a general arena.

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