Influencer Screening – Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Hosted by ArcLight Cinemas Hollywood

Film throughout history has tended to portray women through the lens of unconscious gender bias, including at times, animation. The panel will discuss the work underway to overcome this bias and take a look at the steps going forward we can take to create a more balanced gender landscape. Read More…

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Hosted by ArcLight Cinemas

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Attendees

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Madeline DiNonno, CEO, GDIGM

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Geena Davis, Founder

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Moderator Tessa Blake, Filmmaker & Television Director

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Melissa Schneider, EVP, Originals and Development, New Form

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Osnat Shurer

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Mark Osborne

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Brendan Burch

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Geena Davis and Kim Adleman

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Panelists: Tessa Blake, Melissa Schneider,
Osnat Shurer, Mark Osborne, Brendan Burch

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Melissa Schneider

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Tessa Blake

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Panelists: Melissa Schneider, Osnat Shurer, Mark Osborne

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Panelists: Melissa Schneider, Osnat Shurer, Mark Osborne, Brendan Burch

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Panelists: Melissa Schneider, Osnat Shurer, Mark Osborne

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

GDIGM staff, panelists and volunteers

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Attendees

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Geena and friends

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Attendees

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

I am female driven tee.

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Attendees

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Geena and attendees

Re-Drawing the Gender Landscape in Animation

Attendees

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