Epcot’s Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival Sees Update

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Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival at the Imagination Pavilion
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One of the best ways to beat the summertime heat when visiting Walt Disney World is to head to the air conditioning. So, it’s pretty convenient that the Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival located in the Imagination Pavilion‘s Magic Eye Theater has updated some of the short films that are showcased.

Two new Academy Award winning films have now joined the lineup. The first is Feast” which is a heart-warming story that follows the culinary adventures of a Boston Terrier named Winston. This short premiered with with Big Hero 6.  The second new short is called “Piper” and tells the story of a hungry baby sandpiper who is learning to overcome her fear of the ocean. “Piper” premiered with Finding Dory.  “Get a Horse” which premiered with Frozen is still being shown alongside these two new shorts.

Unfortunately, this means that the short films, “La Luna” and “For the Birds” will no longer be shown.

The Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival lasts approximately 18 minutes and the films are shown

in 3D and include in-theater effects. FastPass+ is available, but is not recommended.

Rikki Niblett

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3 thoughts on “Epcot’s Disney & Pixar Short Film Festival Sees Update

  • June 19, 2017 at 12:45 pm
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    I was really really REALLY hoping for Paperman to be included. Dang it.

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  • June 19, 2017 at 4:19 pm
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    Glad “get a horse” rides on, the stage/foreground effect is the best I’ve seen.

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  • June 20, 2017 at 9:39 am
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    This attraction is an embarrassment. Either put an original 4D experience in this theater or shut it down.

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