The Pixar Story (2007)
John Lasseter: When I was in high school, it dawned on me: People make cartoons for a living. They actually get paid to make cartoons. That's what I wanna do!
Narrator: For the last 20 years, a group of artists and scientists have transformed two-dimensional drawings into their own three-dimensional worlds.
[clips from various movies]
Thomas Porter: Art challenges technology. Technology inspires art.
John Lasseter: The best scientists and engineers are just as creative as the best storytellers.
Tim Allen: [about his Buzz Lightyear character] I had no idea, visually, what this would look like. He let me stretch it a little bit, and really make it this really - kind of a closed-head injury kind of a guy.
Billy Crystal: These people think think differently than normal people. They're strange - in the best way.
Steve Jobs: [about Pixar's growing pains] Our business depends upon collaboration. And it depends upon unplanned collaboration.