Disney Boston Terrier Short
A Disney Animation short about a food-loving Boston terrier named Winston will make its premiere in theaters this fall. The film follows Winston and his owner as they enjoy a meal. The short was directed by Patrick Osborne, who also worked as an animation supervisor on the Oscar-winning short “Paperman.”
The animators behind this short were inspired by the popular One Second Everyday app. The app allows users to record one-second videos of their everyday lives. The creator, Patrick Osborne, recorded six minutes of his life. Inspired by this idea, he decided to tell the story of his family as dinnertime unfolds. The film also features two Boston terriers Winston and Kirby – the first of which was never seen in Disney films.
The film also stars a real-life Boston terrier named Winston. Animators created the film with virtually no dialogue, and it follows Winston on a romantic journey through food. This short is another example of the company getting back to its roots. After the highly successful “Big Hero 6,” Feast will be an excellent prequel to that movie. The short will play in theaters before the movie.