Visitors scroll through a scrapbook of archival images and interviews to reveal first-hand experiences working with Walt Disney during the development of Snow White.

Three touch screens in a seating alcove offer visitors the opportunity to sit and explore behind-the-scenes at Hyperion Studios and working with Walt in the 1930s. The simple interface allows visitors to pan across a long scrapbook-like panel filled with things to explore. Videos of many of the artists and animators that worked on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs relate their experiences working on the film on colored panels punctuating the scrapbook. As the voices of the contributors play the surrounding content can be explored—which includes studies, posters, pictures, sketches, models and facts—revealing the creativity that gave birth to the first full-length cel-animated feature in motion picture history.

For complete project credits visit:

Walt Disney Family Foundation

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