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Walden Media is a film production and publishing company best known as the producers of The Chronicles of Narnia film series. Its films are based on notable classic or award-winning children's literature, compelling biographies or historical events, documentaries and some original screenplays.
The corporate headquarters of Walden Media are located in Los Angeles, California, and the Education, Outreach, Interactive and Publishing office is in Boston, Massachusetts.
 Studios Reference
Walden Media and Disney together made the Chronicles of Narnia films which inspired the attractions Journey Into Narnia attractions.
 Company history
Walden Media was created in 2001 by Michael Flaherty and Cary Granat. Granat was president of Miramax's Dimension Films division, and Flaherty came from the world of education.
The company's with Disney many times with their releases including Holes with Disney in 2003, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in 2005, Bridge to Terabithia, and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, in 2008. All of these films are adaptations of popular children's books.
 Education program
Walden Media is unique among film production companies in that it works with teachers, museums, and national organizations to develop supplemental educational programs and materials associated with its films and the original events and/or novels that inspire the films. Walden Media offers in-class teaching tools like educational guides and teacher kits and sponsors seminars and forums for teachers to discuss their craft and to trade ideas on using media in the classroom. Directors, writers, and stars of the productions participate in these events.
 Disney Fallout
Shortly after the release of the first "Narnia" film, Walden Media began saying Disney owed them more money, due to the fact that the film did better than expected, despite a fairly clear contract. When the second film of the series was released, Disney went against Walden's wishes and released the film in the middle of summer, unlike a winter release as they hoped for. Because of this, the film made less than expected, and Disney and Walden Media finally broke it off with each other. Walden still plans to finish the Narnia series, supposedly with 20th Century Fox.
 Etymology and logo
The company is named after Walden Pond in Concord, Massachusetts. Its logo is a rock skipping across a pond.