Take a look at a Frozen Fever behind the scenes clip!

Watch a Frozen Fever Behind the Scenes Clip!

Go behind the scenes of Disney's new short film collection with a Frozen Fever clip.

Take a look at a Frozen Fever behind the scenes clip from next week’s Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection Blu-ray

Now available via Digital HD / Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA), the Walt Disney Animation Studios Short Films Collection will hit store shelves next Tuesday, August 18. In addition to quite a few other animated short films, the set brings home Frozen Fever, the follow-up to the 2013 animated feature film Frozen. In celebration of the new set, Disney has provided ComingSoon.net with an exclusive Frozen Fever behind the scenes clip. Check it out in the player below and find the full list of shorts and special features included in the set just beneath.


U.S. Release Date: March 13, 2015, in front of Cinderella 

Directors: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee 

Producers: Peter Del Vecho, Aimee Scribner

In “Frozen Fever,” it’s Anna’s birthday and Elsa and Kristoff are determined to give her the best celebration ever, but when Elsa catches a cold, her powers may put more than just the party at risk.


U.S. Release Date: November 7, 2014, in front of Big Hero 6 

Director: Patrick Osborne

Producer: Kristina Reed

“Feast” is the story of one man’s love life as seen through the eyes of his best friend and dog, Winston, and revealed bite by bite through the meals they share.


U.S. Release Date: November 27, 2013, in front of Frozen

Director: Lauren MacMullan

Producer: Dorothy McKim

Featuring Walt Disney himself as the voice of Mickey Mouse, “Get A Horse!” follows Mickey, his favorite gal pal Minnie Mouse (voice of Marcellite Garner) and their friends Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow as they delight in a musical hay wagon ride—until Peg-Leg Pete (voice of Billy Bletcher) shows up and tries to run them off the road. With both classic black-and-white, hand-drawn animation and up-to-the-minute technical wizardry (often in the same frame), this groundbreaking short takes a sharp turn when Mickey finds himself separated from Minnie and must use every trick up his sleeve to find his way back to her.


U.S. Release Date: November 2, 2012, in front of Wreck-It Ralph 

Director: John Kahrs

Producer: Kristina Reed

Introducing a groundbreaking technique that seamlessly merges computer-generated and hand-drawn animation techniques, first-time director John Kahrs takes the art of animation in a bold new direction with “Paperman.” Using a minimalist black-and-white style, the short follows the story of a lonely young man in mid-century New York City, whose destiny takes an unexpected turn after a chance meeting with a beautiful woman on his morning commute. Convinced the girl of his dreams is gone forever, he gets a second chance when he spots her in a skyscraper window across the avenue from his office. With only his heart, imagination and a stack of papers to get her attention, his efforts are no match for what the fates have in store for him. Created by a small, innovative team working at Walt Disney Animation Studios, “Paperman” pushes the animation medium in an exciting new direction.


U.S. Release Date: January 13, 2012, in front of Beauty and the Beast 3D 

Directors: Nathan Greno and Byron Howard

Producer: Aimee Scribner

By popular demand, Greno and Howard are bringing back some of Disney’s most beloved characters when “Tangled Ever After” picks up where “Tangled” left off. The Kingdom is in a festive mood as everyone gathers for the royal wedding of Rapunzel and Flynn. However, when Pascal and Maximus, as flower chameleon and ring bearer, respectively, lose the gold bands, a frenzied search and recovery mission gets underway. As the desperate duo tries to find the rings before anyone discovers that they’re missing, they leave behind a trail of comical chaos that includes flying lanterns, a flock of doves, a wine barrel barricade and a very sticky finale. Will Maximus and Pascal save the day and make it to the church in time? And will they ever get Flynn’s nose right?


U.S. Release Date: July 15, 2011, in front of Winnie The Pooh 

Directors: Stevie Wermers-Skelton and Kevin Deters

Producer: Dorothy McKim

Set in the “bonny blue highlands” of Scotland, “The Ballad of Nessie” is a whimsical and colorful tall tale about the friendly Loch Ness monster, Nessie, and how she and her best friend MacQuack the rubber duck came to live in the moor they now call home. Setting the adventure into motion is a greedy land developer named MacFroogle, who decides to build a mini-golf empire on top of Nessie’s home.


U.S. Release Date: June 8, 2010

Director: Dean Wellins

Producer: Dorothy McKim

Time is running out when an antique clock shop is ransacked and robbed, leaving the fate of the kidnapped clocks in the small hands of an outcast who seems a little cuckoo. Walt Disney Animation Studios’ computer-animated short film transports audiences to the foggy streets of Victorian London for this comedic tale of an underdog who – in the nick of time – uses his imperfection to achieve something extraordinary.


U.S. Release Date: December 7, 2010

Directors: Stevie Wermers-Skelton & Kevin Deters

Producer: Dorothy McKim

“Prep & Landing: Operation: Secret Santa” follows the further comic adventures of Santa’s stealthiest elves, Lanny and Wayne (who debuted the previous year in the Emmy Award-winning ABC-TV special). With Christmas only a few short days away, Mrs. Claus (voiced by Betty White) and Magee (Sarah Chalke) enlist Wayne (Dave Foley) and Lanny (Derek Richardson) on a secret mission to retrieve a mysterious item hidden deep within the office of Santa Claus! Can the intrepid duo acquire the target in time, or will they be discovered by the Big Guy (Morgan Sheppard) and doomed to placement on the Naughty List?


U.S. Release Date: December 21, 2007, in front of National Treasure; Book of Secrets 

Directors: Stevie Wermers-Skelton & Kevin Deters

Producer: Tamara Boutcher

Disney’s beloved animated “everyman,” Goofy, returned to the big screen for the first time in 42 years to entertain and educate viewers about the challenges of modern technology and following directions when it comes to hooking up a home entertainment system. The enthusiastic but clueless Goofy is confronted by a huge instruction “manual,” and has to deal with a gargantuan universal remote as he tries to install a new home theater in time to enjoy the big game.


U.S. Release Date: September 7, 2006

Director: Roger Allers

Producers: Don Hahn, Baker Bloodworth

Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale about a poor young girl whose burning desire to find comfort and happiness comes to life through the magic of rich hand-drawn Disney animation in this powerful and inventive short film directed by Roger Allers (The Lion King). Desperate to keep warm, the girl lights the matches she sells and envisions a very different life for herself in the fiery flames filled with images of loving relatives, bountiful food and a place to call home. Set to the music of composer Alexander Borodin’s String Quartet No. 2 in D Major (Third Movement: Notturno (Andante), in an exciting new recording by the six-time Grammy Award-winning Emerson String Quartet, the film tells a captivating and emotional tale.


U.S. Release Date: May 28, 2004

Director: Mike Gabriel

Producer: Baker Bloodworth

Walt Disney Pictures delivered one of its most artistically adventurous and exciting short films with the Oscar® nominated “Lorenzo.” Directed by Mike Gabriel (co-director on Pocahontas, The Rescuers Down Under), who also created the original story and served as production designer, this colorful animated romp centers on a pompous, pampered cat named Lorenzo who faces cat-astrophic consequences when his tail is hexed and develops a lively personality of its own. The film is based on an original idea by legendary Disney writer/artist Joe Grant, who designed the Witch/Queen character for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, co-wrote Dumbo, and worked at Disney until he was nearly 97 years old. Giving the film its terrific tempo is a tantalizing tango entitled “Bordoneo y 900,” performed by the internationally renowned Juan Jose Mosalini and his Big Tango Orchestra. The film, which combines traditional animation with innovative CG techniques, was animated in France by a team of top artists. Roy E. Disney (Fantasia/2000, “Destino”) and Don Hahn (Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, The Haunted Mansion) executive produced the film, while Baker Bloodworth closely guided the creative and technical teams in Paris and Burbank in his role as producer.


U.S. Release Date: October 30, 2000

Director: Mark Henn

Producer: Steven Keller

Imaginatively told through words, music, and stylish visuals, “John Henry” celebrates the life and legend of a great American folk hero. As viewed through the eyes of his widow, Polly, the film explores Henry’s tall tale adventures as he challenges a powerful steam drill in a climactic confrontation of man versus machine. The nine-minute film marked the directing debut of veteran Disney animator Mark Henn, one of the industry’s top talents and the artist who supervised such memorable Disney characters as Ariel, Princess Jasmine, Young Simba, Mulan, Tiana and Winnie the Pooh. Sounds of Blackness, a Grammy Award-winning musical ensemble specializing in traditional music rooted in the African-American experience, wrote and performed the original song that tells the famous story in a new way.

Special Features Include:

FILMMAKER INTROS: The filmmakers behind the shorts share their journeys and introduce their films.

@DISNEYANIMATION: A SHORT STORY ON SHORTS: Continuing a legacy started in the earliest days of the Studio by Walt Disney, the Shorts Program is thriving today at the Animation Studios that bears his name, producing award-winning shorts that tell new stories and experiment with artistic and technical innovations. This latest chapter in the @DisneyAnimation series gives us an inside look at the process of developing and producing a short. Hosted by actor/comedian T.J. Miller (voice of “Fred,” Big Hero 6), we will meet a few of the artists and filmmakers who make the shorts, and learn why they are such an important part of the fabric of Walt Disney Animation Studios. Round Table Panelists include Lauren MacMullan (Get A Horse!), Mike Gabriel (Lorenzo), Kristina Reed (Feast, Paperman), Stevie Wermers-Skelton and Kevin Deters (the team behind The Ballad of Nessie, Prep & Landing: Operation Secret Santa, How to Hook Up Your Home Theater).

RUNAWAY BRAIN (1995): Short film originally released in 2004 as part of the Walt Disney Treasures Collection: Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Vol. 2 DVD set. This short was nominated for an Academy Award and screened during 1996 Cannes Film Festival.


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