Pixar is a “sexist boys club” says a former artist, who tells stories of demeaning, lecherous, and physically abusive behavior, many involving John Lasseter.
After more than a year of waiting, animation workers will soon receive the first payment from the $170 million settlement they won from various animation studios.
Here are some smart ways to improve the working lives of everyone at an animation company and help build a better future for the industry.
Not everyone at Disney is happy about this children’s book starring John Lasseter.
The animation industry is speaking loudly, clearly, and collectively about John Lasseter. Why isn’t the Walt Disney Company listening?
The Animation Guild revealed to its members tonight that it has suspended “The Loud House” creator Chris Savino from the union. It is the most extensive action they’ve ever taken against a union member over sexual harassment allegations.
Color stylists are asking for fair and equal treatment from the major animation studios.
#MeToo? Not at the Walt Disney Company.
The apology that John Kricfalusi has issued to victims of his sexual misconduct is being described as “creepy,” “rage-inducing,” and “a big pile of manipulative crap.”
John Lasseter’s sabbatical ends on May 21, but no one knows if he’s coming back.
Pixar is cleaning house.
This is the animation industry’s most significant effort to address workplace harassment and create a safer working environment for all workers.
A new Animation Guild report reveals which L.A. animation studios employ the most and least women artists.
Victims of the famous animation creator are speaking out.
The artists at Walt Disney Animation Studios will have their say tomorrow.
Dylan Brown, a veteran Pixar animator, was making his directorial debut at Paramount, but now he’s been fired over ‘inappropriate’ sexual conduct.
Dan Harmon says it was a one-time thing and that he promises not to do it again.
The biggest challenge for “Coco” director Lee Unkrich this award season: pretending that his film’s executive producer, John Lasseter, doesn’t exist.
99% of all major U.S. animation releases in the 2010s have had at least one male director. The grim situation will continue in 2018.
New allegations about John Lasseter reveal that Disney management knew about his behavior and assigned him handlers to prevent him from physically harassing women.