London-based stop-motion animator, educator and filmmaker. Known for her work on Fantastic Mr.Fox.
1927-2001, British animator, hand-drawn animations from the 70’s-90’s, background artist for Yellow Submarine.
b.1978, contemporary American animator, using claymation, puppetry and stop motion techniques.
Contemporary Japanese animator working for Walt Disney Studios.
Hand-drawn experimental, abstract animator practicing from the 1970s’ to currently. Currently teaching at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Contemporary Canadian animator, filmmaker and artist.
Contemporary Spanish animator, collaborator with Marc Riba using stop-motion and puppet techniques.
Contemporary Japanese animator using paint-on-glass, sand and stop motion techniques.
Walt Disney Studio animator known for her work on Sleeping Beauty.
Animation assistant director and secretary at Walt Disney Studios, 1940s-50s.
b.1961, British animator, writer and director known for her work on the series Pond Life.
American NY-based animator, producer, writer practicing since the 1970s’.
b.1946, Canadian-American animator best known for her sand and paint on glass animations, practicing 1960s-current
Contemporary stop-motion animator, from Spain and Germany based out of N.Y.
1906-1981, American animator and collaborator with Alexandre Alexeieff, produced “pinscreen” animations and invented the technique.
UK-based animator, illustrator and educator. Animating 1990s-current.
American animator producing hand-drawn films since 1995.
1941-1992, handdrawn UK studio animator and director known for her work on Velveteen Rabbit and The Snowman
b.1953, Hungarian animator, painter and illustrator.
Contemporary 2D animator of Nigerian descent based in Berlin.
American animator producing from 1970s-current
Walt Disney studio animator known for her work on Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Former Disney animator (notably working on “Zazu” from The Lion King and “Abu” from Aladdin), currently working in sculpture based in Colorado, USA.
American animator and filmmaker, daughter of Faith and John Hubley.
b.1951, New Zealand/South African based animator, practiced as a studio animator while dually creating her own abstract shorts.
b. 1923, English-Canadian Oscar-winning animator who produced at the National Film Board of Canada.
1914-1999, Canadian animator and technical director with the National Film Board of Canada.
1924-2001, animator, director and producer. Created Storyboard Studios with her husband John Hubley.
b.1956, French animator and film director. Practicing 1990s-current.
Canadian award-winning animator, practicing 1980s’-current.
Jelena Girlin (b.1979) and Mari-Liis Karula (b.1977), Estonian animation collaborators working with stop-motion puppetry.
1923-1993, French animator known for her collaborative sand animation with Nag Ansorge.
b.1967, Belgian animator and producer.
1970-2007, New Orleans based animator, filmmaker, writer and social activist.
1879-1960, American filmmaker, animator, painter and sculptor who is credited as creating one of the first stop-motion animations in 1917.
1900-1993, Czech screenwriter, animator and film director. Practicing from the 1920s-1970s in stop-motion animation.
b.1976, Argentinian-born, France-based animator using hand-drawn and digital techniques.
1900 -1989, collaborator with Karel Dodal, writer, producer and animator.
Canadian animator and film director based in Toronto, ON.
b. 1961, Spanish animator
b. 1974, Polish stop-motion animator using clay puppetry techniques
b.1950, British stop-motion animator. Director of The Wind in the Willows, creator of Timmy Time amoung many other childrens’ animations.
b.1954, Canadian animator and illustrator
b.1957, American performance artist, experimental animator, writer and director. Director of AUTOMATA.
American, L.A.-based contemporary animator, co-founder and director of GLAS Animation Festival.
Danish character animator, director and entrepreneur.
b. 1977, American studio and character animator from 1990s to present.
b.1972, South Korean-born American based animator and director. Director of Kung Fu Panda.
Canadian animator based in Toronto, ON, using hand-drawn techniques.
Contemporary stop-motion animator based in London, UK
U.K.-based, award-winning animator and educator, working in the industry for almost 30 years.
b. 1941, American artist and animator, best known for her works in clay animation.
b. 1983, American character animator and illustrator known for her work on Monkey Rag, 2013.
b. 1962, English film director and animator,
1914-1991, English animator, director and producer. Started Halas and Batchelor animation company with her husband John Halas. Practicing 1950s-70s.
Canadian animator, practicing 1980s-current
British-born, NY/LA-based animator and illustrator using hand-drawn techniques.
b. 1988, hand-drawn animator from the Netherlands, currently based in New Haven, USA.
1954-2011, American animator and filmmaker, known for her work on Sesame Street and her independent film “Vis a Vis” among others.
Contemporary multi-disciplinary animator based out of Toronto, ON. Graduate of Sheridan College.
American animator and performance artist. Produced handdrawn animations in the 1970s and is a contemporary practicing artist.
1950s-1970s Japanese studio animator.
Contemporary stop-motion animator based out of L.A., USA.
1905-1984, American studio animator, known for her work at Walter Lantz studio designing Woody Woodpecker.
Brooklyn-based animator, typically writing, producing, directing her own work.
b.1945, American writer, comic book artist and animator. One of the first female underground comix creators.
Practicing UK-based animator, working in 2d digital animation and experimental filmmaking.
Toronto, Canada based contemporary animation artist using stop-motion, hand drawn and experimental techniques.
1912-1989, one of the first female studio animators at Fleischer Brother’s studio. Known for her work on Betty Boop and Popeye.
b.1927, computer and digital animator, practicing 1970s-present.
American contemporary animator focusing on identity, sexual representation and LGBT issues, using experimental to character animation.
1899-1981, German stop-motion silhouette animator. Credited as creating the first feature length animation, “The Adventures of Prince Achmed”, 1926.
Contemporary stop motion animator, from Argentina, based in Barcelona, Spain.
American independent animator practicing since the late 1960’s, educator, facilitator and producer.
b.1974, Contemporary French animator and director.
Croatian animator, producer, illustrator and filmmaker who has worked in the industry for 50 years. Former animator at Hanna Barbera, DIC, etc.
1917-2014, American inker and painter who worked in the animation industry for 53 years.
b. 1962, Canadian-Haitian animator, practicing 1990s-present.
American animator, practicing in the 1970s’ using handdrawn techniques
1906-1983, pioneer American experimental film director and animator. Known for her work in Visual Music and abstract visualization.
Practicing American-based, Ireland-born educator and animator using hand-drawn techniques.
Contemporary NYC and LA based animator, director and artist. Graduate of CalArts Experimental Animation program.
Contemporary studio animator based in Toronto, Canada.
b.1961, Czech animator and filmmaker. Known for her Oscar-nominated “Reci, Reci, Reci” aka “Words, Words, Words”.
b.1943, Quebecois Canadian animator known for her hand drawn animations.
aka Millie Goldsholl, 1920-2012, Chicago-based, head of the film department at Goldsholl Design and Film Associates.
French-born, Dutch animator practicing hand-drawn animations from the 1970s’-current.
b.1941, Belgian Oscar winning animator best known for her film “‘Een Griekse tragedie’: A Greek Tragedy”
b. 1968, American cartoonist, animator and free culture activist.
Japanese animator and director of N&G Productions. Freelance stop-motion animator.
1894-1968, Russian studio animator, director and producer. Primarily known for her work with the Soiuztmultfilm studio in the Soviet Era.
Contemporary Italian animator using hand-drawn techniques and with a studio animation history.
UK animator, practicing 1990s-present.
b.1969, Portuguese animator, practicing 1990s-current.
1950s-70s Japanese studio animator, noted as one of the first female animators in Japan.
1921-1998, Disney animator who worked on Pinocchio, Bambi and Fantasia.
1916-1990, Disney animator who worked on Bambi, Dumbo and Fantasia among many others.
b.1938, Russian animator
Practicing Brazilian based hand-drawn animator and illustrator, former Disney studio animator.
Practicing animator and graduate from the Royal College of Art, professor at Harvard University in Animation.
b.1949, American cartoonist and animator, noted for her films “Quasi at the Quackadero” and her films on Sesame street. Practicing 1970s-present.
Canadian contemporary multi-media artist and animator based in Toronto, ON.
Contemporary animator from Reykjavik, Iceland, currently based in Brooklyn, NY, USA.
b. 1911, American experimental filmmaker and animator. Contemporary of Maya Deren and Marie Menken.
Contemporary Danish handdrawn studio and independent animator focusing on themes of erotica, gender and sexuality.
French animator practicing hand-drawn techniques and producer of films for Acme Filmworks.
Japan-based hand-drawn animator, recent Master’s graduate from Royal College of Art, London.
Japanese animator, educator and film director. Practicing since the late 1960’s, founder of the first international animation festival in Asia.
Canadian contemporary animator, contributor to Animation World Network since 2005.
b. 1940, British studio and independent animator and educator.
1927-2010, American animator, whose credits included Mr. Magoo, The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, Dudley Do-Right Show and George of the Jungle.
b.1989, Tokyo, Japan based animator using hand-drawn rotoscoping techniques.
b. 1964, Latvian animator, illustrator and writer practicing from 1990s to current.
b. 1977, Slovenia-based animator using stop-motion and puppetry techniques.
1930s-40s inbetweener at Halas and Batchelor studios.
Canadian contemporary stop-motion and studio animator based in Toronto, ON.
American experimental animator and filmmaker, practicing 1960s-.
American stop-motion animator and painter, practicing 1970s – current.
b.1967, Oscar-winning British writer and director specializing in stop-motion animation.
1921-2012, Romanian/American animator who practiced as a studio animator from the 1950s-2000s.
b.1958, Norwegian-born Canadian film director and animator. Oscar-winner for The Danish Poet.
1899-1975 (Valentina); 1900-1983 (Zinaida); Russian animators, directors and producers known for their work with Soyutzmultfilm
1940s-70s studio animator known for her work with Halas and Batchelor studios and Larkins Studios.
Czech born, U.K. based animator whose career spans from the 1970s-currently.
b.1967, Contemporary Spanish animator and director, using claymation, puppetry and stop motion techniques.
b.1935, Czech animator practicing 1980s-current. Known for her work with Jan Švankmajer and Jirí Trnka.
1940s-50s studio animator, noted for her work with Halas and Batchelor Studios.
Contemporary Canadian collaborative animators, practicing 1990s-present.