Domee Shi’s feature film debut ‘Turning Red’ coming soon to Disney Plus

Domee Shi’s feature film debut ‘Turning Red’ coming soon to Disney Plus

Disney and Pixar’s “Turning Red” introduces Mei Lee (voice of Rosalie Chiang), a confident, dorky 13-year-old torn between staying her mother’s dutiful daughter and the chaos of adolescence. Her protective, if not slightly overbearing mother, Ming (voice of Sandra Oh, “The Chair,” “Killing Eve”), is never far from her daughter — an unfortunate reality for the teenager.

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‘Coco’ producer Darla K. Anderson inks multi-year deal with Netflix

‘Coco’ producer Darla K. Anderson inks multi-year deal with Netflix

Netflix has announced that it has entered into a multi-year overall deal with Darla K. Anderson, the Academy Award-, Golden Globe- and BAFTA-winning producer of Disney/Pixar hits like “Coco,” “Cars” and “Toy Story 3.” At Netflix, Anderson will develop and produce new animated and live action projects, both feature films and series, for family audiences around the world, according to a news release.

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‘Bao’s’ Domee Shi to make feature film directorial debut

‘Bao’s’ Domee Shi to make feature film directorial debut

Shi will be just the second woman director to helm a Pixar feature, and Brenda Chapman, co-director of 2012’s “Brave” and the first woman hired as a Pixar director, was taken off her film before it reached theaters.

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WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: Keri Russell reportedly joining ‘Star Wars’ saga, ‘Bao’ filmmaker Domee Shi talks about her Pixar short, Netflix orders Salma Hayek-produced Mexican drama series ‘Monarca’

WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: Keri Russell reportedly joining ‘Star Wars’ saga, ‘Bao’ filmmaker Domee Shi talks about her Pixar short, Netflix orders Salma Hayek-produced Mexican drama series ‘Monarca’

WEEK IN WOMEN news roundup: Keri Russell reportedly joining ‘Star Wars’ saga, ‘Bao’ filmmaker Domee Shi talks about her Pixar short, and Netflix orders Salma Hayek-produced Mexican drama series ‘Monarca.’

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Alliance of Women Film Journalists members celebrate big achievements in 2015 – if only there were more women film critics to celebrate

Alliance of Women Film Journalists members celebrate big achievements in 2015 – if only there were more women film critics to celebrate

Alliance of Women Film Journalists members celebrate big achievements in 2015 – if only there were more women film critics to celebrate. The ongoing discussion about the need to level the playing ground for women working in Hollywood is expanding to include those working in the documentary arena, and in film criticism. Looking ahead to 2016, the fight for equality in the film industry continues.

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‘Inside Out’ sets box office records and shows it’s time to embrace the emotion of acceptance

‘Inside Out’ sets box office records and shows it’s time to embrace the emotion of acceptance

The box-office success of Disney/Pixar’s “Inside Out” sparks a feeling of satisfaction – and hopefully should bring about a feeling of acceptance in Hollywood suits clinging out outdated ideas.

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