While college animation programs in the U.S. have historically skewed male, female enrollment at top schools has surged nationwide, especially in the last five years.
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Annecy International Animation Film Festival gives ladies top billing in 2015, with great support by WIA on all levels of participation.
Awards will be given out across a variety of categories and craft from student, commercial, and independent entries to excellence in writing, design, and animation.
Volunteer organization dedicated to empowering women in the animation community boosts growth, going from 120 members in 2013 to more than 860.
Women In Animation members are invited to a special screening of Makers: Women In Hollywood, followed by a filmmaker panel discussion with Linda Woolverton, Dyllan McGee and Margie Cohn.
As part of Women In Animation’s series of panels on professional development, six top writers, character designers and voice actors discuss their methods for creating characters.
Women In Animation hosts a panel discussion and advance screening of DreamWorks Animation’s ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2.’
Women in Animation’s new WIA 2.0 Voiceover Group kicks off with a studio workshop with Sara Sherman, Casting Director at Disney TV Animation, on Thursday, June 5.
Professional organization Women in Animation presents the first event in its new Professional Development Workshop series, “Contracts, Copyrights, and Trademarks,” on May 6, 2014.
Animation Breakdown Roundup!, a one-day 90+-minute animation festival of 25 brand-new animated experimental shorts, will play in Los Angeles on Saturday, March 8 at 9:30 p.m. at The Cinefamily.
Elite group of women film and TV directors join Animation Breakdown and Women in Animation for the “Directors’ Club” event at The Cinefamily on Sunday, March 9th.
Women In Animation announces its first New York City event of the year on February 11, during Kidscreen Summit.
Women In Animation and Walt Disney Animation Studios kickoff the organization’s 20th year with its first event of 2014, “Frozen: An Evening with the Filmmakers,” on Tuesday, January 14th.
Margaret Dean, the director of production for Mattel’s Playground Productions and co-president of Women in Animation, a non-profit dedicated to connecting, supporting, and empowering women in the field of animation, discusses her experience within the animation industry in a Q&A.