2003's Finding Nemo was, by all accounts, a huge smash for Pixar and Disney.

The unlikely story of a clownfish trying to find his son with the help of a forgetful blue tang became an instant global smash and solidified Pixar's hold over animation for many years to come. With the arrival of Finding Dory in cinemas this week, we spoke to its director, Andrew Stanton, and producer Lyndsey Collins about the sheer difficulty involved with making a story out of a forgetful fish, the animation process and working with such a beloved story like Finding Nemo.

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