Pixar

Luca

By Kambole Campbell

Pixar’s fish-out-of-water fable on the Italian Riviera takes its cues from vivid imagination of Studio Ghibli.

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Pixar weaves a fantasy of Italian mer-boys in the first Luca trailer

By Charles Bramesco

A pair of friends must keep their amphibian secret from their harpoon-happy community.

Soul – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

Jamie Foxx is a jazz musician reckoning with the afterlife in Pixar’s best film in quite some time.

Pixar announces Luca, a coming-of-age adventure set on the Italian Riviera

By Charles Bramesco

The animation studio’s next feature-length film joins a pair of best friends for an “unforgettable summer”.

Death is Pixar’s next adventure in the Soul trailer

By Charles Bramesco

The latest animated escapade from director Pete Docter features the vocal stylings of Jamie Foxx.

Toy Story 4

By Hannah Strong

Woody, Buzz and co team up for one last time (probably) in a largely enjoyable sequel that sees Pixar retread old ground.

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Bo Peep’s “feminist” makeover is a hollow gesture from Pixar

By Beth Webb

The return of the sheep-herding heroine in Toy Story 4 signals a new chapter for the studio – but has anything changed behind the scenes?

Incredibles 2 and the corporatisation of hope

By Henry Bevan

Superheroes don’t just exist to save the day, as Brad Bird’s animation sequel proves.

Incredibles 2

By Hannah Strong

Family remains very much at the heart of Brad Bird and Pixar’s animated superhero sequel.

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Beyond Infinity: Lee Unkrich on the past, present and future of Pixar

By Hannah Strong

The co-director of Toy Story 2 and 3, Finding Nemo and Coco reflects on his two decades at the animation studio.

Coco

By David Jenkins

Pixar mine the theme of mortality for light-hearted frolics in this Mexican-set adventure.

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Cars 3

By Elena Lazic

This latest Pixar sequel is a digitally-rendered blockbuster which celebrates the joys of the analogue world.

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Pixar set to open experimental animated shorts department

By Amy Bowker

The studio aims to explore new creative visions through more radical storytelling.

Pixar’s Coco gets a charming first trailer

By Jack Godwin

The animation studio’s latest is inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead.

Pixar’s Day of the Dead film will feature an all-Latino cast

By Caitlin Quinlan

The animation house has released concept art and plot details for Coco.

In praise of Luxo Jr – the short film that changed cinema

By Michael Dalton

Thirty years ago Pixar’s charming debut ushered in a new age of cinematic storytelling.

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