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Women ... Animation ... Womanimation!

What is Womanimation? As the name implies, it's a festival showcasing acclaimed animated films created by women from around the world.

From satire to drama, from the everyday to the surreal - in styles from traditional 2-d to stop-motion to computer animation - the festival features something for every taste.

Saturday, July 8th
Providence, Rhode Island

at AS220, 115 Empire Street

Showtimes: 4:00 pm, 6:00 pm, 8:00 pm

Tickets are on sale at the door on the day of show, or online in advance by clicking here.

More on the Festival

This year is the ninth edition of the festival, exhbiting twelve short films with a total run time of about 85 minutes.

Filmmakers hail from ten countries throughout Europe and Asia, and nine of the films will be making their US premiere, including one world premiere.

Click here for a list of this year's festival films.

DJ Madame B will weave soundscapes created by women across the globe before and after screenings. There will be a small reception after the final screening.

Festival Herstory

To find out more about previous editions of the festival, click here.

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Saturday, July 8th

4:00~6:00~8:00 pm
AS220 Main Stage
115 Empire St, PVD
Eventbrite - Womanimation 2017
$8.50 Advance
$10.00 Door

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Womanimation! Press

Read an interview with festival organizers on the 2016 festival in Motif Magazine.

Another writeup on the 2016 festival in the Providence Monthly.


Motif Magazine discussed the 2015 festival.


Read about the 2014 festival in the Providence Phoenix and Journal.


Read about the 2013 festival in the Providence Monthly and Journal.

The 2013 festival was a Providence Phoenix Editor's Pick.


Read recommendations for the 2012 festival in the Boston Phoenix and Weekly Dig.

The 2011 festival was covered in the Providence Journal and Phoenix.

Read a detailed interview on the 2010 festival in the Boston Globe.