TV Talk Talk about Shows on TV

One Day at Disney (Disney+) -- 12/3/19

Old 12-02-19, 10:30 AM
  #1  
Moderator
Thread Starter
 
dex14's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2008
Posts: 28,602
One Day at Disney (Disney+) -- 12/3/19



The spectacular collectible book and documentary shines a dazzling light on the creative forces in front of the cameras and behind the scenes at The Walt Disney Company. On December 3, the same day the book arrives in stores, Disney+ will debut it’s new, 52-episode short-form series One Day at Disney, launching with a feature-length documentary. This exciting new series takes an in-depth look at the unique and surprising roles these men and women call their daily jobs. The series and documentary are from Endeavor Content’s Non-Scripted Division and executive produced by Michael Antinoro and David Chamberlin and produced by Victoria Chamlee.
Q. What is the One Day At Disney book?

From Shanghai Disneyland and ESPN to Pixar and the set of Modern Family, this hardbound coffee table book captures one "ordinary" day at Disney, through the lens of 79 different cast members who have agreed to open up their workshops, dressing rooms, kitchens, cubicles, TV studios, labs, locomotive engines — and some even more surprising and diverse work spaces.

The One Day at Disney book, written by Bruce Steele, contains 224 pages of spectacular photographs and behind-the-scenes stories of childhood dreams, career pivots, workaday hurdles and triumphs. For just one day at Disney, we can all tag along for the ride. Pre-order your copy of the One Day at Disney book above, and be sure to sign up for Disney+ to see the One Day at Disney documentary.

On sale December 3, 2019


Q. What is the One Day At Disney documentary?

On December 3, 2019 — the same day the book arrives in stores – Disney+ will debut its new, 52-episode short-form series One Day at Disney, launching with a feature-length documentary.

This exciting new series takes an in-depth look at the unique and surprising roles these Disney cast members call their daily jobs. The series and documentary are from Endeavor Content's Non-Scripted Division and executive produced by Michael Antinoro and David Chamberlin and produced by Victoria Chamlee.

Watch the One Day at Disney documentary trailer above.


Q. Who is featured in the full-length One Day At Disney documentary?

The One Day at Disney feature-length documentary focuses on a cast of 10 Walt Disney Company employees listed here below, with 52 more employees to be features in the short-form series.

Eric Baker: The Walt Disney Imagineer who has overseen the creation of many of the intricately detailed props and lifelike creatures that inhabit Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, the newest lands at Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resorts

Ashley Girdich: A talented Walt Disney Imagineer who, as a Research and Development Project Manager, drives plans and helps teams execute some of the innovative robotics technology projects being created for our Parks around the world

Eric Goldberg: The legendary animator known for creating the Genie in Aladdin and Phil in Hercules, directing Pocahontas, as well as for animating Mickey Mouse in the Academy Award®-nominated short Get a Horse!

Mark Gonzales: A Los Angeles native who works on the world-famous Disneyland Railroad

Grace Lee: A senior illustration manager at Disney Worldwide Publishing who has worked on titles from Zootopia to Fancy Nancy

Zamavus "Zama" Magudulela: The talented South African actor currently playing Rafiki in the Madrid production of phenomenally successful musical The Lion King

Ryan Meinerding: Marvel Studio's head of visual development who has worked on films including Avengers: Endgame and Guardians of the Galaxy

Dr. Natalie Mylniczenko: The veterinarian who cares for creatures large and small at Walt Disney World Resort, including a number of endangered and threatened species

Jerome Ranft: The skilled Pixar artist who created detailed sculptures for animators to use as reference for such films as Finding Nemo, Toy Story 3, and Ratatouille

Robin Roberts: The former ESPN sportscaster has been coanchor of the Emmy® Award-winning, top-rated morning show, Good Morning America, since 2005
https://disneyplusoriginals.disney.c...-day-at-disney

Following the debut of the special, every week Disney+ will release a “One Day at Disney” short, ranging in length between 4 to 7 minutes. The series will follow 52 diverse and unique cast members as they bring Disney magic to life. Each episode introduces a new subject providing an in-depth look into their personal journey and daily role at The Walt Disney Company.
dex14 is offline  
Old 12-05-19, 07:48 AM
  #2  
DVD Talk Legend
 
Shannon Nutt's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Posts: 16,823
Re: One Day at Disney (Disney+) -- 12/3/19

The first episode was 59 minutes...I guess this is Disney's definition of "feature length"?

It was okay...I would have rather spent an hour with each one of them instead of the 5 to 10 minutes we got with each. I was hoping this series would be more like "see what this person does on an average workday from beginning to end", but it's more just a gloss-over of their careers to this point for Disney.
Shannon Nutt is offline  
Old 12-05-19, 06:26 PM
  #3  
DVD Talk Limited Edition
 
DaveNinja's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2000
Location: Sacramento (The City of a Beer)
Posts: 6,945
Re: One Day at Disney (Disney+) -- 12/3/19

yeah I would have rather it spent all its time with an individual.
DaveNinja is offline  
Old 12-06-19, 01:38 PM
  #4  
DVD Talk Platinum Edition
 
funkyryno's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2002
Posts: 3,800
Re: One Day at Disney (Disney+) -- 12/3/19

This one definitely felt like a Disney propaganda piece. The content is OK, but I highly recommend the Imagineers series over it.
funkyryno is offline  
Old 12-09-19, 07:16 AM
  #5  
DVD Talk Legend
 
Shannon Nutt's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Posts: 16,823
Re: One Day at Disney (Disney+) -- 12/3/19

Originally Posted by funkyryno View Post
This one definitely felt like a Disney propaganda piece. The content is OK, but I highly recommend the Imagineers series over it.
Good lord, yes. That Imagineers multi-part doc is SO much better!
Shannon Nutt is offline  

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is On
Trackbacks are Off
Pingbacks are Off
Refbacks are Off


Thread Tools
Search this Thread

Archive - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service

Copyright © 2018 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved. Use of this site indicates your consent to the Terms of Use.