Hahn

Flip a hidden switch in the den, and three framed Raul Coronel ceramic collages rise slowly on nearly invisible cables, revealing a trio of wall speakers. Recessed blinds descend in front of the windows, and a screen drops from the ceiling. "This is my James Bond room," Don Hahn says of his film-lover's haven. As a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, he uses the screening room to view Oscar nominees or rough cuts of his current projects, including "Earth," a documentary feature for the new <a href="http://disney.go.com/disneynature/">Disney Nature</a> film division scheduled for release in theaters on <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVFES000011" title="Earth Day" href="/topic/environmental-issues/natural-resources/earth-day-EVFES000011.topic">Earth Day</a> in April.
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( Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times )

Flip a hidden switch in the den, and three framed Raul Coronel ceramic collages rise slowly on nearly invisible cables, revealing a trio of wall speakers. Recessed blinds descend in front of the windows, and a screen drops from the ceiling. "This is my James Bond room," Don Hahn says of his film-lover's haven. As a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, he uses the screening room to view Oscar nominees or rough cuts of his current projects, including "Earth," a documentary feature for the new Disney Nature film division scheduled for release in theaters on Earth Day in April.

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