Sara Álvarez Sarrat – Innocent and Invisible: Women Behind Bars in Animated Documentaries

Worldwide concern over the recovery of historical memory or the fight for human rights – including, of course, women’s rights – has led to an increase in the number of productions dedicated to this genre in animation. The animated documentary seems the perfect media for animated films based on historical figures or events, but also […]

Andi Spark – Pursuing the Animatrix: Musings on Defining a Term to Describe Woman-Centered Animation

Anima: soul or vital force (feminine form) + Matrix: point from where something originates Factory Girls I started my professional life in a factory—an animation factory. Despite having completed a bachelor degree in the then brand new field of Media Design, which included video, photography, graphic design and animation, along with extensive studies in art […]