WDFM Video Features

Browse our video content to experience talks, exhibitions, animations, and other great content from home!

This year we introduced a new virtual series—Happily Ever After Hours—which featured directors, animators, screenwriters, voice actors, and many other creatives from the world of animation. We've had so much fun sharing these interactive interviews with you during our closure and are looking back on some of our favorite moments from 2020. Throughout the series, leaders in the animation industry gave insightful advice for aspiring creatives. What was your favorite moment?
We are excited to present our revamped WD-FM podcast! Join Bri and new co-host Chris for our first Museum Musings episode, featuring museum updates, upcoming programs, and an interview with our Public Programs Manager Tracie Timmer.
We are celebrating Black History Month by sharing some inspiring stories from our Happily Ever After Hours series. Back in July, Animator and Story Artist Carole Holliday shared her journey publishing her book Fish Out of Water.
Jump into the storybook with us as the WD-FM podcast takes a deep dive into the creation of Walt Disney’s first feature-length animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. This groundbreaking film redefined animation and entertainment for families around the world.
Join Editor Ellen Keneshea for behind-the-scenes stories from her work on Walt Disney Animation Studios’ The Lion King (1994), Pocahontas (1995), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), and Meet the Robinsons (2007), as well as her work on the documentaries Waking Sleeping Beauty (2009) and Disneynature’s Oceans (2009).
Learn about Walt Disney's methods for developing the magical stories he brought to life on the screen.
The Walt Disney Family Museum is excited to premiere The World of Tomorrow, a new virtual exhibition featuring works created by the museum’s global community.