Animation One-To-Ones #03 - Mike Rianda (The Mitchells vs. The Machines)


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By Skwigly Animation Magazine. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps. presents Animation One-To-Ones featuring Laura-Beth Cowley in conversation with Mike Rianda, director of the Sony Pictures Animation/Netflix animated feature 'The Mitchells vs. The Machines'. Mike’s animation career includes his hugely successful CalArts film ‘Work’, as well as his role as creative director and writer on Disney’s critically-acclaimed and BAFTA-winning series 'Gravity Falls'. In his new film, co-written and co-directed with Jeff Rowe and produced by Oscar winning duo Phil Lord, Chris Miller as well as Kurt Albrecht, we follow creative outsider Katie Mitchell whose hopes of a new start at her dream film school are dashed by her nature-loving dad’s insistence on one final road trip where the two might finally bond. The already-doomed venture is scuppered further by a technological uprising, with every gadget from smartphones to Furbys joining forces to capture and rid the world of humans. The Mitchells will have to work together in order to stop the robot apocalypse. Animation One-to-Ones are available to download and stream via your preferred podcast provider or on our YouTube Chanel - like and subscribe for more. Interview conducted by: Laura-Beth Cowley Guest: Mike Rianda Presented, edited and produced by: Ben Mitchell Music and graphics: Ben Mitchell

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