Audio Q&A with 'Brave' Director, Producer, & Composer | KCET
Audio Q&A with 'Brave' Director, Producer, & Composer
After the screening of Pixar's new visually impression movie, host Pete Hammond was joined on the stage by director Mark Andrews, producer Katherine Sarafian, and composer Patrick Doyle. The group talked about the number of years it took to finish the movie, the inspiration for the characters, and the culture of production in Pixar.
Listen to the Q&A:
For pictures taken at the event, click here.
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