Filipino CGI animated characters are featured for the first time in a seven-minute Pixar film.
The film entitled “Float” is about acceptance, says a report by ABC Action News.
It centers on the story of a father who discovers his adorable son could float and is unlike other kids.
Pixar writer/producer Bobby Rubio shared the story is based on his personal story of his son.
Actually, the two main characters are animated versions of Rubio and his son.
It is a film that is seen to celebrate children with unique gifts.
The film, Rubio added, is also an opportunity given to him by Pixar to introduce the Filipino culture to a wider audience.
Although he has not yet shared the ending, he said it is a “heart-warming story”.
Float is one of the six Pixar SparkShorts. This will be featured on the new Disney+ app when it will be launched on Nov. 12.