Oasis’s union was the first animation union to be accredited in Canada.
Since the arson attack on Kyoto Animation in 2019, multiple people have been arrested in Japan following threats made against animation workers.
The theme this year: “The Business Case for Diversity.”
The Japanese studio has threatened legal action against those who threaten or defame its staff.
Oasis has gone back on agreements in contract negotiations, the union says.
Workers at the largest animation studio in Georgia continue to press their case for an equitable workplace.
The proportion at union studios in L.A. has risen from 28% in 2019 to 31.6% this month, even as women have left the wider workforce in droves.
The employees have asked for voluntary recognition of their union from the studio’s management.
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According to Ryoko, her wages are high for a young animator in the country.
Vfx shop Weta Digital is currently undergoing an independent inquiry after numerous allegations of bullying, sexism, harassment, and a generally “toxic” workplace.
Eighty-hour workweeks, humiliation by bosses, and a “deeply disturbing” contract are among the factors that some say drove one vfx worker to suicide.
A watershed moment in Canadian animation history.
“The animation industry is still a boys’ club,” says Hannah Lau-Walker, founder of She Drew That.
Dozens of current and former staff have alleged bullying, sexism, and harassment at the vfx titan.
Alex Désert will voice Carl Carlson in “The Simpsons” and Arif Zahir will take over as Cleveland Brown in “Family Guy.”
To put it simply: some are happier than others.
The petition was started by Robyn Byrd, who has accused the show’s creator John Kricfalusi of sexually abusing her as a child.
Studio head Mike Zaimont is accused of “a pattern of hostility, insults, threats, lying, and harassment.”
A female employee has publicly criticized toxic behavior at Rocksteady. The company says other female employees disagree.