The name of the game at the 2016 Disney World International Film Festival, Disney World’s International Festival of American Youth, is ‘American Kid.’
The festival, which began last October, celebrates and celebrates the nation’s kids and encourages them to get their art, their stories, their ideas, their voices, their dreams and their passions.
As the name implies, it is a celebration of the nation and the country’s youth.
In a year when America’s economy is struggling and its economy is going nowhere, there are a lot of kids in the US who think they are American, and they think that’s something that matters.
They think they belong to America, they think America is great, that’s what they think of themselves.
They are part of America.
At the 2016 festival, there were four American kids competing in a short film contest, all of whom were young, all very talented, all extremely smart.
They all had a common theme: they are part American.
And they had a shared interest.
Each of them was born and raised in the United States.
But there were also a few who were born and grew up overseas, who were not.
There was a common desire to create a film that could have been made anywhere in the world, but had an American feel, a Canadian feel, or a German feeling, in the same way that The Lion King and The Little Mermaid were American in their Americanness.
The film that emerged from this, called American Kid, is a film about American children.
And it is one of the most important films made by American kids, in terms of making American cinema in America, making American movies in America.
There are very few American films made anywhere else in the Western world.
But the fact that it was made in the U.S. in the heart of Hollywood, and it was produced by a Canadian and an American, it really speaks to the spirit of Americanness that this film captures.
And that spirit is what I wanted to bring back to Disney World.
The theme of the festival was ‘American spirit.’
And the theme was ‘America first.’
It is the spirit that makes us who we are.
And Disney World is a wonderful place for this.
It’s a place where we all come together, where we get to feel like our families, where our communities come together.
It was really about building the American spirit in the American heartland, which is a place that I think is in crisis right now.
And for Disney World to become part of that, we need to be able to look to Canada and see how the spirit there has been able to take us through a lot, and to really be a part of our own Americanness, our American spirit.
It is a theme that has been at the heart and heart of Walt Disney World for many, many years.
And so I really wanted to make the film that had the Americanness of Walt.
We are all American kids.
We all love Disney World and we love America.
And there is something special about it for a kid, for a child who has been in America for so long, because of the American tradition of adventure and adventure and family and friendship and adventure, and all of those things that we are told so many times in our history, it’s so special to feel that Americanness in the Disney World experience.
I wanted the film to be a tribute to all of that.
I knew I wanted a Canadian, but I knew that I wanted an American filmmaker, someone who would not just make a film to celebrate the American child, but someone who could really capture the American culture, the American traditions and the American way of life, and I thought that would be perfect.
I had always wanted to do something that was not a celebration, not a film, but a tribute, a film with the spirit and the heart that is at the core of Walt’s character.
So I did a search, and we found someone who is Canadian and has been making movies in the Canadian tradition, who is a very big Walt Disney fan, and he agreed to do the project.
And we started to make plans for it.
I think the film will be a little bit like The Lion Guard, in that it will be more American than it is Canadian.
And I want to make it an American story.
I want it to be about a little boy, named Noah, who loves to travel and wants to be an explorer.
He loves the outdoors.
And he also loves the Canadian way of living, where it is very much a family-oriented society.
And his father, Jack, who I met a little while ago, is the chief of the RCMP, and Noah has been watching him a lot over the years.
He’s a very close friend, a very dedicated brother, and a very loving father.
And then there’s a couple of little kids who have been left behind,