Thursday, December 13

Jon Schnitzer, director of “HAUNTERS: The Art of the Scare,” will participate in a Q&A following a screening of the film at the James Bridges Theater. The documentary follows individuals who devote their lives to horror.  It centers on haunters, the small group of people who drive the subculture through creating immersive experiences. (Photo courtesy of Dallas King)
Jon Schnitzer, director of “HAUNTERS: The Art of the Scare,” will participate in a Q&A following a screening of the film at the James Bridges Theater. The documentary follows individuals who devote their lives to horror.  It centers on haunters, the small group of people who drive the subculture through creating immersive experiences. (Photo courtesy of Dallas King)

Panelists at "Breaking The Glass Frame: Women & Animation Past, Present, Future" discussed strategies for encouraging more women and other underrepresented groups to pursue careers in animation. 
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

UCLA co-hosts symposium to empower women, young creators in animation

Women are moving their creativity beyond pen and paper to discuss places for marginalized groups in storytelling within male-dominated fields. Jointly hosted by CalArts, the UCLA Animation Workshop and Women in Animation – and organized by leadership from USC, CalArts and UCLA – the three-day symposium “Breaking The Glass Frame: Women & Animation Past, Present, Future” gave attendees a chance to reflect on the current state of the creative world through a series of panels discussing diversity in animation. Read more...

Panelists at "Breaking The Glass Frame: Women & Animation Past, Present, Future" discussed strategies for encouraging more women and other underrepresented groups to pursue careers in animation. 
(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)