Fantasia 2000


Walt Disney once had a dream called Fantasia...

Now, 60 years later, the dream continues...

Building upon Walt Disney's bold 1940 experiment in sight and sound, Fantasia 2000 offers an exciting showcase for the talents of a new generation of Disney animators and filmmakers as they visually interpret classical compositions by Beethoven, Shostakovich, Respighi, Saint-Sa'ns, Elgar, Gershwin and Stravinsky.  Originally conceived as a "repertoire program" with changing musical selections, the film returns in time for the millennium with seven new selections plus “The Sorcerer's Apprentice” from the 1940 classic.  World renowned conductor James Levine takes up the baton this time out as he leads the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.  Like its pioneering predecessor, this new version of "Fantasia" embraces all the latest technological tools and innovations to tell its stories and create breathtaking imagery.  This production is under the personal supervision of Roy Edward Disney, who serves as chairman of Walt Disney Feature Animation.

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