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.

BAFTA Awards: The UK’s biggest celebration of global excellence in film, the BAFTA Film Awards are presented in an annual award show hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts to honour the best British and international contributions to film and television.

Canadian Screen Awards: The Canadian Screen Awards are awards given for artistic and technical merit recognizing excellence in Canadian film, English-language television, and digital media productions.

CFC Blocko!: CFC BLOCKO! is a seven-part series and call to action piece that features personal conversations with six Black Canadian Film Centre alumni.

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.

Common Sense Media: Common Sense Media is a non-profit organization that provides education and advocacy to families to promote safe technology and media for children.

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.

Ottawa International Animation Festival: Every September, the Ottawa International Animation Festival presents the world’s most cutting-edge, quirky and important animation — and transforms Ottawa, Canada into the centre of the animation universe.

Toronto Animation Arts Festival International: TAAFI’s mandate is to showcase and celebrate the best of animation arts from around the world in one of the leading animation hubs in North America: Toronto, Canada.

Prime Time: For 25 years the Canadian Media Producers Association Prime Time in Ottawa event has been the pre-eminent conference for leaders working in media production, broadcasting, television, and feature film in Canada.

Writers Guild of Canada: The Writers Guild of Canada represents more than 2,000 professional English-language screenwriters in Canada. These are the creators who write the distinctly Canadian entertainment we enjoy on our televisions, movie screens, radios and digital platforms.

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 not-for-profit organization of passionate individuals dedicated to the development, advancement, and celebration of women in the screen 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.

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