Dali n Disney

In 1945, Walt Disney and Salvador Dali decided to work together on a cartoon entitled “Destino” (Destiny).  Dali worked with Disney’s studio artist John Hench to storyboard the concept over an eight-month period, however the studio decided to shutter the project.  

58 years later, Roy Disney discovered the storyboards and an 18 second short and decided to revive the project.  By bringing in a team of animators and working off Dali’s storyboards, the 18 second short and also Dali’s wife Gala’s diaries, Destino was reborn.

Set to music by Mexican composer Armando Dominguez and performed by Dora Luz.