Official trailer for the short film “Far From the Tree” from Disney Animation


Official trailer for the short film “Far From the Tree” from Disney Animation

by Alex Billington
22 December 2021
Source: Youtube

Disney Animation has unveiled a trailer for the short film Far from the tree, which will be available to stream on Disney + later this week. You may have seen this short film before if you went to see Encanto in theaters, as it starred in front of the screenings of this Disney animated film when it opened last month. In Far from the tree, curiosity takes over a young raccoon whose frustrated parent tries to protect them both. They will learn that although there is reason to be afraid, while danger lurks around every corner, it is still possible to live with an open heart. There is no voice, because this one has no voice anyway, just a few cute raccoons going on an adventure in the Pacific Northwest. It is done by Natalie Nourigat, who also made Exchange student in Disney’s “Short Circuit” series. Meet the two raccoons below.

Here is the official trailer for the Disney Animation short Far from the tree, directly from Youtube:

Far from the trailer tree

Parenthood is difficult, especially when the stakes are so high. On an idyllic beach in the Pacific Northwest, curiosity takes over a young raccoon whose frustrated parent tries to protect them both. Far from the tree is written and directed by an American animation filmmaker Nathalie Nourigat, who works as a screenwriter at Disney Animation (on Ralph Breaks the Internet, Raya and the Last Dragon, Encanto). She also led the Exchange student short film as part of Disney’s experimental animation series “Short Circuit”. This short film is produced by Ruth Strother. With music by Nami Melumad. This premiere was first presented at the 2021 Annecy Film Festival and was also screened in front of Disney Animation screenings. Encanto this autumn. Disney debuts Far from the tree streaming on Disney + from December 24, 2021. Look carefully?

Find other articles: Animation, Short film, To see, Trailer


Comments are closed.