We all know that our favorite Disney Princesses got their happily ever afters, but we also know that motherhood isn’t all ball gowns and tiaras. Animator and artist, Isaiah Stephens has imagined how our favorite Princess would deal with the joys and challenges of having children. Here’s what 9 of your favorite Disney Princess look like as moms.

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Rapunzel & Flynn from Tangled 
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Ariel from The Little Mermaid 
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Jasmin & Aladdin from Aladdin
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Aurora & Phillip from Sleeping Beauty
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Belle from Beauty and the Beast
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Tiana & Naveen from The Princess and the Frog
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Elsa from Frozen
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Mulan & Shang from Mulan
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Pocahontas from Pocahontas
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Feature documentary that takes the viewer on a cinematic voyage to the India of 2050.

Feature documentary that takes the viewer on a cinematic voyage to the India of 2050.



The India Space Opera | 2016

Documentary
Feature documentary that takes the viewer on a cinematic voyage to the India of 2050.
Director:
Korbett Matthews
Writers:
Korbett Matthews
Stars:
N/A

Company

7th Embassy Media Ltd.

Production Company






Synopsis

By 2030, it is expected to be the world’s most populous country. It has more than 600,000 villages and a slew of enormous cities. And every year, it spends a billion dollars on a space program to put its astronauts on the moon one day. And yet today, India has 840 million citizens living on less than a dollar a day. Shepherds, farmers, fishermen, pilgrims, old and penniless widows, children forced to work, young women with burned faces all are experiencing, directly and tangibly, the effects of a gaping socioeconomic divide. Korbett Matthews invites us to meet some of them, creating a portrait of a country grappling with numerous deep contradictions.