Brad Bird won the Winsor McCay Award at the 38th Annual Annies for his work on animated films from Iron Giant to The Incredibles and Toy Story 3. Bird is currently directing his first big live action feature in Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol, and says he’s leaving animation behind. Only I’m not sure he means it. Fast forward to 4:30 and see what I mean.
Brad Bird Grudgingly Bids Farewell To Animation In Annies Speech
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