As leaders and producers of kids and family content, WildBrain embraces the opportunity we have to support and develop future generations in our industry. We put creativity first, are committed to inspiring imaginations and invest in organizations and partners that share these goals.
WildBrain proudly supports groups from across the international kids and family media community that:
- Focus on the growth and advancement of new and inclusive voices;
- Showcases the work of content creators;
- Celebrates achievements; and
- Unites media professionals dedicated to advancing the kids’ content landscape.
Canadian Screen Awards: The Canadian Academy produces the Canadian Screen Awards, bringing together the screen-based industry annually to celebrate the country’s top talent in the film, television and digital sectors
Children’s Media Conference: Hosted in the UK, the Children’s Media Conference brings together developers, producers and distributors of kids’ content across all platforms. The CMC event content and speakers provide a unique resource for children’s media industry participants in the UK and beyond.
Directors Guild of Canada: Founded in 1962, The Directors Guild of Canada is a Canadian labour union representing more than 4,800 professionals from 48 different occupations in the Canadian film and television industry.
Toronto Animation Arts Festival International: The Toronto Animation Arts Festival International, or TAAFI, is the animation festival that welcomes a massive audience of talented professionals, students, studios and enthusiasts, year after year. TAAFI’S Mission is to showcase incredible animation and the creators behind it.
Prime Time: Prime Time is Canada’s pre-eminent conference for leaders, trendsetters in media production, broadcasting, TV, feature film and media policy. The event is produced and hosted by the Canadian Media Producers Association, with programming and sponsorship support provided by Access Canada.
Writers Guild of Canada: The Writers Guild of Canada (WGC) is a professional association of more than 2,500 English-language screenwriters. WGC members are the creative force behind Canada’s successful TV shows, movies, and webseries, and their work brings the diversity of Canadian life and culture to the world’s screens.
Youth Media Alliance: The Youth Media Alliance seeks to enrich the lives of Canadian children and teens by helping improve the quality of the content created for them on all screen-based media. The Alliance pursues its mission of encouraging high-quality content by presenting annual awards of excellence to the best productions targeting young English- and French-speaking Canadians.
Women In Film & Television Toronto: Founded in 1984, WIFT Toronto is a member-based, not-for-profit organization of passionate individuals who are dedicated to the education, engagement and empowerment of their members at all stages of their careers in the screen-based media industry.
Women in Animation: Women in Animation is an advocacy organization focused on furthering, promoting, and supporting female animators in the art, science and business of animation.