Eunice Macaulay (partial data)
Countries: Canada / United Kingdom / United States
Films directed by Eunice Macaulay
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Notes about Eunice Macaulay
- Born in St. Helen's, England.
- Worked as an analytical chemist, then as a radio mechanic during World
War II, then as a buyer for a glass company, before getting her first job in
the animation field, as a tracer for British Gaumont Animation.
- Moved to the U.S. in 1960 and then to Canada in 1973 (to work for the
National Film Board).
Section 1: Publications about Eunice Macaulay
Brief Sections of Books
Lenburg, Jeff. Who's Who in Animated Cartoons:
International Guide to Film & Television's Award-Winning and Legendary
Animators. New York: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2006.
(s.v. 'Macaulay, Eunice')
Section 2: Publications about the Films of Eunice Macaulay
(1978) (also known as:
Newspaper or Magazine Articles
Adilman, Sid. "Film board short wins for Canada." Toronto Star, April 10, 1978.
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