Direction: Lee Unkrich
Script/Script: Lee Unkrich, Jason Katz, Matthew Aldrich, Adrian Molina
Director of Photography/Photography: Matt Aspbury, Danielle Feinberg
Editing/Montage: Steve Bloom, Lee Unkrich
Music/Music: Michael Giacchino
Producer/Production: Darla K. Anderson
Country of Production/Country: U.S.A/ U.S.A.
Duration: 1h 45'
Production Year/Year: 2017
Language/Language: Greek / English
Young and passionate about music Miguel travels to the Land of the Ancestors, looking for the reason why his family has been silent on its musical tradition for so many years. In the footsteps of Ernesto de la Cruz's idol and in the company of Hector's dog, he will find himself in a new colorful world that will offer him new experiences, new friends and unlock his heart.
Miguel is a young boy, passionate about music, that travels to the Land of the Ancestors, searching for the reason his family has been silent for so many years about music. In the footsteps of Ernesto de la Cruz, and the company of his dog friend Hector, he will find himself in a new colorful world that will bring him new experiences, new friends and will unlock his heart.
Director's Biography/Director's Short Bio:
Lee Unkrich is an Oscar-winning director of the animation company, Pixar. Recently, he directed the film Coco, which won the Academy Award for Best Animated Film and Best Song. Lee joined Pixar in 1994 and has worked in various key creative roles, in almost every animated film created in the studio. Before co-directing the Oscar-winning film Finding Nemo, he co-directed The Bamboules S.A. and the Golden Globe award-winning film Toy Story 2.
Lee Unkrich is an Academy Award-winning director at Pixar Animation Studios. He most recently directed Pixar's critically-acclaimed Coco, which received the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and Best Song. Lee joined Pixar in 1994, and has played a variety of key creative roles on nearly every animated feature film made at the studio. Before co-directing the Oscar-winning Finding Nemo, he was co-director of Monsters, Inc. and the Golden Globe-winning Toy Story 2.