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Film Available to Stream
Mon, Nov 7 at 12:01 am – Tue, Nov 8 at 11:59 pm PT
Walt Disney famously stated that “it all started with a mouse.” Director Jeff Malmberg has put together a loving tribute to one the most recognizable icons of all time. Malmberg presents Mickey’s legacy as being rooted at the forefront of art and culture throughout his life. In Steamboat Willie, Mickey stars in the first animated film with synchronized sound. As the decades pass, he constantly evolves, often reflecting advances in technology and dramatic changes in society. His influence can be seen in everything from overseas wars to counter-culture movements.
Jeff Malmberg is a documentary filmmaker whose debut film, Marwencol (Festival 2010), won more than two dozen awards. It was recently selected for the Criterion Channel and named a Cinema Eye Decade film, as one of the 20 best documentary films in the last ten years. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship for his second film, Spettacolo (2017), a Critics’ Choice nominee for Best Documentary. Malmberg edited Morgan Neville‘s documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (Festival 2018). Most recently, he was nominated for a Grammy® for co-directing and editing Shangri-La (2019), a four-part series for Showtime about Rick Rubin and the creative process.
Premiere Bay Area
Director Jeff Malmberg
Executive Producer Caitrin Rogers
Producer Morgan Neville, Meghan Walsh, Chris Shellen
Editor Jake Hostetter, Aaron Wickenden, ACE
Cinematographer Antonio Cisneros
Music Daniel Wohl
Print Source Disney Original DocumentaryDarrell.Mashia@disney.com
Closed Captions Closed captions are not available for this screening.
Audio Description Audio descriptions are not available for this screening.