BURN-E 2008

BURN-E (stylized with an interpunct as BURN·E) is a computer animated short created by Pixar in 2008. It is a parallel spin-off from the feature-length movie WALL-E. A repair robot named BURN-E is a minor character from the movie, and the film is intercut with scenes from WALL-E, which takes place concurrently. WALL-E's director Andrew Stanton acted as co-writer and executive producer on BURN-E.

BURN-E was produced at the same time as WALL-E and was directed by the feature film's lead animator, Angus MacLane. The short movie is included as bonus material to the DVD and Blu-ray releases of WALL-E and has since also been aired on TV. BURN-E features music composed and conducted by J.A.C. Redford, who was also orchestrator on the film WALL-E.

The BURN-E (stands for "Basic Utility Repair Nano Engineer") character is first seen briefly as a welder robot in WALL-E when WALL-E and EVE fly around the Axiom starliner, and enter through a door, locking him outside of the ship. BURN-E is seen banging his fists against the door, and ultimately realizing that he has been locked out.

Directed by Angus MacLane
Produced by Galyn Susman
Written by Andrew Stanton, Angus MacLane, Derek Thompson
Starring by Angus MacLane, Tessa Swigart, Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight, Jeff Garlin, MacInTalk
Music by J. A. C. Redford
Production company Pixar Walt Disney Pictures
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment

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