WIA Panel, Screening Previews ‘Dragon 2′

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Women in Animation celebrated this weekend its members’ contributions to the upcoming DreamWorks Animation feature How to Train Your Dragon 2 with a special advance screening and panel discussion.

The panel was moderated by Deadline.com’s Pete Hammond and featured the film’s producer, Bonnie Arnold; co-producer Kendra Haaland; production manager Rebecca Huntley; co-executive producer (franchise) Kate Spencer; music executive Sunny Park; story artist Johane Matte; and animator Jennifer Harlow.

Here are some images from the event:

From left, moderator Pete Hammond, producer Bonnie Arnold, co-producer Kendra Haaland, production manager Rebecca Huntley, co-executive producer Kate Spencer, story artist Johane Matte, animator Jennifer Harlow and music executive Sunny Park.

From left, moderator Pete Hammond, producer Bonnie Arnold, co-producer Kendra Haaland, production manager Rebecca Huntley, co-executive producer Kate Spencer, story artist Johane Matte, animator Jennifer Harlow and music executive Sunny Park.

Producer Bonnie Arnold (center) with Women in Animation Co-Presidents Kristy Scanlan (left) and Marge Dean (right).

Producer Bonnie Arnold (center) with Women in Animation Co-Presidents Kristy Scanlan (left) and Marge Dean (right).

Story artist Johane Matte, production manager Rebecca Huntley, animator Jennifer Harlow, co-producer Kendra Haaland, producer Bonnie Arnold, WIA co-presidents Marge Dean and Kristy Scanlan, music executive Sunny Park and co-executive producer Kate Spencer.

Story artist Johane Matte, production manager Rebecca Huntley, animator Jennifer Harlow, co-producer Kendra Haaland, producer Bonnie Arnold, WIA co-presidents Marge Dean and Kristy Scanlan, music executive Sunny Park and co-executive producer Kate Spencer.

Moderator Pete Hammond from Deadline.com with producer Bonnie Arnold.]

Moderator Pete Hammond from Deadline.com with producer Bonnie Arnold.

For more information on WIA and their events, visit their website at www.womeninanimation.org.