I’m in the land of magic and pixie dust with Disney. We were magically whisked to the Disney Studios lot to watch an early screening of Tinker Bell and The Great Fairy Rescue. Little did I know that the magic was going to happen in the famous Frank G. Wells where they test out how their movies look on film.
Tinker Bell has had quite a transformation over the years and as I still have to write my actual Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue movie review, you can see in my daughter’s Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue Vlog that they hit the target audience. Just to forewarn any mothers that wear their heart on their sleeves, grab the tissues because it was very heartwarming, not sad, just melt your heart heartwarming!
After we previewed the movie we were allowed a little time inside the building to take a few photos. Inside they have one of only two surviving Multiplane Cameras that won awards and was once high tech in the animation field. I mean, can you imagine how complex it was to make Snow White look like it was zooming into the scenery? Check it out.
Then after the tour we enjoyed dinner with a view! The Sun was setting
Then I changed my ISO and it looked like it was still daylight!
Thank you Disney for Day 1. I had a great time learning about Tinker Bell and watching the movie.