Bobby Rubio's personal animated short premieres on Disney+.
I won't lie: I stayed up late to watch The Mandalorian on Monday night, as soon as the new Disney+ streaming service went fully operational. I'm a Star Wars geek and I could wait no longer. With that out of the way — it was great — I want to make sure you watch the best film on the platform: the Pixar original animated short Float.
Directed by story artist Bobby Rubio, Float is the first Pixar film ever to feature Filipino American characters.
In Float, a father discovers that his is son is different from other kids in the most unusual way. To keep them both safe from judgement, Dad covers him and keeps him out of sight — but when his son's ability becomes public, Dad must decide whether to run and hide or to accept his son as he is.
Rubio originally conceived the story as a comic… with a significant difference. The characters were white.