Connect The ICSF Speakers: Pixar’s Matthew Luhn on leadership lessons from stories

When Toy Story was released in theaters in 1995, it proved two things that changed the course of children’s cinema for the next 20 years and beyond: first, that it’s possible to create a feature-length film using entirely digital animation; and second, that crafting deeply resonant stories about jealousy, loss and other coming-of-age issues is central to making films that are memorable well beyond their technological achievements.