The videogame publisher is in turmoil following widespread claims of sexual harassment and abuse throughout its studios.
A former Pixar employee describes a workplace rife with racism, sexism, and class insensitivity.
It doesn’t matter if a black character is voiced by a black actor, Jackson argues, but studios need to endow more black talent.
The studio behind “Promare” and “Little Witch Academia” had abused a labor law, paying staff a fixed wage irrespective of hours worked.
How is the movement for racial justice shaping animation? We speak to industry figures who are pushing for change.
Voice actor Alison Brie has also apologized for voicing a person of color on an animated show.
Art and animation schools are cleaning house.
Animated series are addressing the use of white actors for nonwhite roles.
“Black characters on an animated show should be played by Black people,” said Slate.
The symposium will be available to Annecy Online badgeholders from June 17.
Filmmakers Wesley Louis And Mohamed Fadera share their thoughts in a video hosted by animation studio The Line.
Industry artists are tired of pay secrecy and are sharing their salaries on social media.
Staff at the vfx titan are facing significant pay cuts. But some are now being offered “salary support,” with the help of production partner Locksmith Animation.
Top French animation directors tell the César Awards: “We wish to state, once again, that animation is not a genre.”
The group aims to see 50/50 gender parity across Austin’s expanding animation industry by 2025.
The company’s treatment of its staff is “grotesque” says a grassroots vfx workers rights organization.
Layoffs have taken place in both Florida and New Zealand.
The company says this must be done in order to retain jobs amid the crisis. Union representatives are worried about the long-term implications.
With a slowdown in live-action production, the WGA is re-igniting a turf war by trying to cover more writers on animation productions, traditionally the domain of The Animation Guild.