(Apologies if there's already a thread for this, I searched and didn't find anything.)
The documentary about Disney from 1984 to 1994 that's mentioned on the coming to theaters page now has a poster!
There's a little more info here
and a review here
. Here's a refresher of what the coming to theaters page
Waking Sleeping Beauty - Directed by legendary producer Don Hahn (Beauty and the Beast), this documentary looks at an era of Disney animation celebrated by fans but not yet immortalized by historians. The film will cover the talent behind the movies of the 1980s and '90s, charting the success of such filmmakers as John Lasseter, Brad Bird, John Musker, Ron Clements, Glen Keane, Henry Selick, Tim Burton, and Don Bluth from their time at CalArts in the '70s through the early '90s boom that culminated with Hahn's record-setting hit, The Lion King. To tell this story, Hahn and co-producer (former Disney chairman) Peter Schneider got Disney's bigwigs during the period -- Michael Eisner, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and Roy E. Disney -- to go on record. They are just three of more than 100 subjects interviewed by veteran journalist Patrick Pacheco. Instead of putting talking heads on screen, though, the sound bites are laid over behind-the-scenes footage shot from 1984 to 1994. Originally pegged for a September 2009 theatrical release, Waking Sleeping Beauty is now planned to open sometime in 2010. It runs 86 minutes and is rated PG.
So... who's excited? I know I am bouncing in my seat just with the thought of it.