Rosa Mulraney

Rosa Mulraney is a Senior Lecturer at Falmouth University, specialising in post-production, visual effects, and project management, with extensive industry experience. Rosa has experience managing the large-scale production of visual effects and graphics for long form broadcast projects, from stylised graphics to photoreal animations. Projects include Inside Nature’s Giants for Channel 4, National Geographic’s Back to the Womb series and Channel Five’s Special Forces Heroes. She has also managed production of 3D Digital content, from virtual environments for Cadbury’s World online, to visual effects for the BBC’s online games. Her IMDB credits include Visual Effects Supervisor on Wilderness (2017) and Backwoods (2019). Visual Effects Producer for Long Way Back (2022) and Mary Anning and the Dinosaur Hunters. She is the editor and host of the website and podcast, Making Animation.


Using the title film as a case study to promote ‘prolapse awareness’, Mulraney argues for animation as a powerful feminist tool.


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Chandler Jernigan – a talented young American photographer whose portraits hugely enriched the visuals of MAI website
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