An interesting article in a magazine with a scary cover (JUMP!), about how Walt Disney 'cartooned' Alice.
In it Walt (or his ghost write) discuss the difficulties they had bringing Alice to the screen. It is a fairly succinct description of why most Alice film adaptations are less than satisfying from a purely literary point of view - it is damn near impossible to faithfully adapt Alice as a film, it just doesn't lend itself that well.
Of particular interest is the descriptions of why specific characters were left out or combined, and both the consolidation and abridgment of the two books.
In general a pretty high-brow article, definitely meant for a different audience than would read Screen Stories or Movie Life. And so far in advance of the film's release too.