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Voce Spettacolo at Samuel Goldwyn Theater for An Invisible History: Trailblazing Women of Animation by The Academy.

From the earliest pioneers of hand-rendered animated films, to the advent of digital technology, women have been at the forefront of the animation medium, yet their extraordinary contributions have largely gone unrecognized. Join Mindy Johnson, author of the landmark volume Ink & Paint: The Women of Walt Disney’s Animation, along with a stellar panel of trailblazing artists, as they raise the celluloid curtain on the remarkable history of women in animation.

Hosted by Mindy Johnson, author, filmmaker, educator and historian specializing in animation and film. Special Guest: Gretchen Albrecht, later learned  each discipline of the Ink & Paint Department at Walt Disney; Producer Bonnie Arnold, oscar nomination for animated feature film How To Train Your Dragon 2 (2014); Jane Baer, worked on Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), animation producer of The Beautician and The Beast (1997) and many more; Lorna Pomeroy Cook, animator of two Disnet Academy Award-winning films: The Beauty and The Beast (19941), for witch she helped to animate Belle, and The Lion King (1994), which featured her work on adult Simba; Eleanor Dahalen, a master inker; Jun Falkeinstein, director, writer and story artist fro film and television; Virginia Fleener began working at Walt Disney Studios in 1943; Carole Holiday, supervising animator, writer, director and story artist; Linda Miller, entered the Disney Studios’s animation training program in 1977.; Patty Peraza, one of the firts women hired by Disney from CalArts; Tina Price, Carmen Sanderson, Amy Smeed, Enid Denbo Wizig, Kathy Zielinsky.

Credits: David Cinnella

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