Inspired by Disney’s global phenomenon, Frozen 2, Myth: A Frozen Tale transports you into the world we have come to love when a family sits down for a bedtime story. Once you enjoy this short with your family, you should check out these Myth: A Frozen Tale Fun Facts.
Myth: A Frozen Tale Fun Facts
- The film’s about harmony and that what happens within harmony.
- The 5th spirit was representative of all the elements combined for a prismatic effect. It is also meant to show that when everything works together there is a beautiful culmination.
- The salamander in the short is the story version of Bruni.
- Monoliths, which is found in the enchanted forest, was always a major set-piece.
- They were intentional about making the family’s aesthetic be true to that of Frozen so that it would be obvious to the viewer.
- Myth is about the harmony of the elements coming together.
- Each element has its own score and they were composed by Joseph Trapanese
- Jeff drew inspiration from past Disney’s animation like Fantasia but also from the graphic look of shadow puppets and pop-up books.
- Diamonds can sort of be seen in each of the elements.
- Each spirit was specifically designed to have its own color scheme and language.
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More about this short
In an enchanted forest outside of Arendelle, a family sits down for a bedtime story and is transported to a vibrant and mystical world where the elemental spirits (inspired by Disney’s global phenomenon, Frozen 2) come to life and the myth of their past and future is revealed.