Computer Dreams is an award-winning 1988 film created by Digital Vision Entertainment and released by MPI Home Entertainment. Written, produced and directed by Geoffrey de Valois and hosted by Amanda Pays, it consists primarily of clips and behind-the-scenes work of early computer graphics animation. Notably included are "Luxo Jr." and "Red's Dream", the first two short films from Pixar Studios. The film is an hour long and features a haunting electronic score by Music Fantastic. Revised and re-released on DVD as "The History of Computer Animation, Volume 2". Winner Gold Special Jury Award - 1989 Houston Intrenational Film Festival, and the 1989 Golden Decade Award from the US Film & Video Festival. Broadcast in over 60 countries worldwide.
March 2, 2019 Subject:
i love it
cool, i love old 3d models and animation, when they needeed computer farms to render some (now considered) low-poly movie, crazy how easy we have it now, some normal mid range computer could prolly render them really fast.