Marvel may be the vfx industry bogeyman at present, but they’re certainly not the only studio exploiting artists and technicians.
Support for reform is growing as pro-animation WGA member Raphael Bob-Waksberg campaigns to join the organization’s board.
As Carell’s fee went viral, so to did a conversation about how artists are compensated for their work and their creations.
Visual effects workers who are on projects with “serious issues” may no longer work from home.
The group alleges the school mishandled student-on-student reports of sexual assault, sexual harassment, threats of violence, and stalking.
The workers filed to join The Animation Guild in May, and have now won voluntary recognition from Disney’s 20th Television Animation.
Animation workers voted 87% in favor of ratifying the new contract.
WIA returns to Annecy 2022 to host a series of panels, a fireside chat, and the first-ever Stories x Women initiative.
20th Television Animation chose not to voluntarily recognize the unit, so the workers are filing petitions for union elections with the NLRB.
After months of negotiations, animation workers in L.A. have reached a new labor agreement with animated film and tv producers.
Twenty-eight workers at Activision Blizzard’s Raven Software have become the first of the company’s 10,000 employees to unionize.
Workers at the Activision Blizzard subsidiary Raven say they’re still in favor of unionizing despite the company’s pleas.
After meeting with labor leaders, the president and vice-president tweeted their support for the organizers and their cause.
Pre- and post-production employees won union recognition through a card-check agreement.
Oasis animators voted to unionize in 2019, and will now be joined by comp, rigging, scene planning, storyboards, and layout and color workers.
Shadowmachine L.A. is the fifth studio in recent months where production workers have voted in favor of unionization.
Solar Opposites production workers are only the second such group to be represented by The Animation Guild in recent history.
Stop-motion animation workers are anonymously sharing salaries and horror stories about working in the industry.
It was the first major rally held by The Animation Guild in nearly 40 years.
Negotiations on a new contract have gone on for an “unprecedented” 12 days, but still no deal.