Father Learns to Celebrate Son's Difference in Pixar Short "Float"

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The Pixar short film "Float" centers a father who learns his young son can fly and tries to hide his son's ability from others. (PIXAR/SPARKSHORTS)

When Pixar animator Bobby Rubio's young son was diagnosed with autism, Rubio says he didn't handle it well. His short film "Float," about a boy who can fly, is based on his years-long journey to accept and celebrate his son's differences. Rubio and producer Krissy Cababa join Forum to talk about "Float" and creating Pixar's first film centered on Filipino-American characters.

Guests:

Bobby Rubio, writer and director, Pixar short "Float"

Krissy Cababa, producer, Pixar short "Float"

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