2-Disc Persistence of Vision DVD Set

2-Disc Persistence of Vision DVD Set

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Hailed as "essential" (The Hollywood Reporter), "fascinating" (Variety), and "gripping" (The Globe and Mail), "PERSISTENCE OF VISION," the award-winning documentary about "the greatest animated film NEVER made" is now on DVD!

The two-disc, limited edition "Persistence of Vision" DVD set is shipping worldwide and loaded with 3.5 hours of bonus materials, including:
• Original 1992 workprint of Richard Williams' "The Thief and the Cobbler" in its entirety
• Q&A with director Kevin Schreck recorded at DePaul University in Chicago
• Q&A with "The Thief and the Cobbler" animator Steve Evangelatos at the Vancouver International Film Festival
• Montage of pencil tests and rough animation from "The Thief and the Cobbler"
• 8 deleted scenes
• 4 international TV clips
• Original "Persistence of Vision" international festival trailer
• Optional English language subtitles for "Persistence of Vision"

Striving to make the greatest animated film of all time, visionary and acclaimed animator Richard Williams ("Who Framed Roger Rabbit") toiled for more than a quarter of a century on his masterpiece, "The Thief and the Cobbler" –– only to have it torn from his hands.

Filmmaker Kevin Schreck has woven together mind-blowing animation, rare archival footage, and exclusive interviews with key animators and artists who worked with Williams on his ill-fated magnum opus to bring this legendary story to the screen.

A tale of art, obsession, and dreams, "PERSISTENCE OF VISION" is the untold story of the greatest animated film never made.

Essential for lovers of animation, cinema, and art! Own it TODAY!

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haharishi2003 Apr 21, 2019

5 out of 5 stars

Didn't realize when I ordered this that the seller was also the filmmaker as well. First, I want to say what an amazing document of an impossible project; kind of like an animated Burden of Dreams. I'd wanted to see this for a long time. Second, when one of the discs came loose in shipping, he sent replacement right away, no questions asked. Anyone who loves old school animation needs to see this documentary. This is what independent film should be.Can't recommend it highly enough.

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gwynplaine1927 Apr 17, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Super fast shipping. Great vendor. Incredible film! Absolutely recommended film, expertly researched and shot with tons of fascinating extras. Can't recommend highly enough. Kevin Schreck's documentary on this unknown "greatest animation film that never was" is a cautionary tale. Whether you're a filmmaker, animator or simply a creative artist, you owe it to yourself to watch this beautifully made film.

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Jenna Martin Sep 17, 2020

5 out of 5 stars

I'm so excited to have this as part of my animation collection! Thank you guys so much for continuing this piece of history ❤

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Rita Baca Jan 2, 2021

5 out of 5 stars

Very happy to have this! I love exploring the animated films that I adore. Wonderful documentary about one of the most amazing animators we were ever blessed with and a movie I have been obsessed with since age 7. Every animation buff should have it.

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