See ones of Disney’s boldest movies as it turns 75
Fantasia was originally released in 1940, coming after such big hits as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Pinocchio. A beautifully made film that blends live action and classic animation with classical music as only “the Magic of Disney” can. Though it wasn’t considered a huge success, at first, it was the first film shown with stereophonic sound and even today still ranks 5th in AFI top ten animation films http://www.afi.com/
It is being theatrically re-released and features an exclusive introduction and performance by The Philadelphia Orchestra, led by Yannick Nézet-Séguin. See it again in all of its glory on the silver screen which began October 8th at The Castro Theater with additional showings at Cinemark theaters until November 18th.
Additionally, you can see original art and even a short documentary on the film at the Walt Disney Family Museum. http://www.waltdisney.org