Nominated for two Annie Awards, Noelle Stevenson and DreamWorks Animation’s hit series may have ended its five-season Netflix run, but it’s unflinching support for lifestyle diversity, and message that love and friendship will conquer the fear of failure, will continue to positively impact audiences well into the future.
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I believe that animation is not just to entertain but can also be a powerful weapon to fight oppression.
Studios’ 2020-2021 youth robotics collaboration, FIRST Game Changers, powered by ‘Star Wars: Force for Change,’ helps expand STEM learning for students around the world.
Episodes from ‘Aqua Teen Hunger Force,’ ‘The Boondocks,’ and ‘The Shivering Truth’ have quietly disappeared from the network’s library, and are not part of show libraries licensed to HBO Max.
New study finds women still account for a minority of directing and screenwriting positions in feature films and TV.
June 10 Q&A with industry veterans is designed to help recent graduates get work in animation during COVID-19 pandemic.
Career development workshop series aimed at supporting women in UK’s VFX and animation industries continues June 5.
The fifth and final season of Noelle Stevenson’s Emmy, Critics Choice, and GLAAD Media Award-nominated Netflix original series is now streaming.
Special event for guild members brought together Floyd Norman, Willie Ito, Jane Baer and Enid Denbo-Wizig for a candid discussion about their career triumphs in the face of significant adversity.
Entries for studio’s first-of-its-kind paid writing program, which combines both TV and film content development, now being excepted through January 17, 2020.
Submissions now being accepted for Global Talent Development & Inclusion department’s first-of-its-kind paid writing program that combines both TV and film content development.
Sponsored by Regal Entertainment, the festival is currently seeking films of all lengths and genres - including animation! Save 10% off your submission fee when you use code AWNFCNYC on FilmFreeway.com.
Geena Davis guest stars as Huntara in six new episodes that find Adora embarking on a journey of discovery to the desolate Crimson Waste, as the fate of Etheria hangs in the balance.
The ‘Son of Jaguar’ and ‘The Book of Life’ director takes center stage at TV Academy diversity in animation celebration to wow the crowd with his uplifting story of a career spent fighting against all odds.
Talks and discussions with top speakers will focus on insights and strategies for promoting awareness, empowerment and equity.
Join SIGGRAPH for their day-long July 28 workshop that will educate and inform about Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, and Leadership (I.D.E.A.L.S).
The creator and showrunner of Netflix and DreamWorks Animation’s hit animated series riffs on empowering complex female characters to try hard and not fear their failures.