Jewish women were active in animation from its first and formative years, and their participation was shaped by the political and economic structures of the industry. Their participation also differs considerably by geographic region, especially in the early years, when animation was often underwritten by government support. Jewish women were active in animation from its first and formative years. Yet, despite the collaborative nature of animation work, the participation of Jewish woman has not always been acknowledged precisely because they were most active in low- and mid-level positions in the field in its early decades. With the exception of the rare female directors, most Jewish women worked as writers, storyboard artists, animators, inkers, voice actors, musicians, editors, and fillers. Since the production of animation is the most labor-intensive form of filmmaking, requires long production cycles, and typically demands substantial funding often underwritten by government support, it makes sense to discuss Jewish women in animation by geo-political context, as each country has its own industry-wide economic and political structures. We begin with Disney, the studio that has defined the entire industry of animation.
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