An effort to organize the artists at Burbank, California-based Stoopid Buddy Stoodios has gained momentum in recent weeks.
Disney and its subsidiaries like Pixar and Lucasfilm are the only companies who are still fighting artists.
The new web site explains how artists will receive the nearly-$19 million settlement fund from Blue Sky and Sony Pictures.
After receiving a Facebook apology and little else for having his work stolen, Max Hattler has filed a lawsuit against DJ and record producer Bassnectar.
The legal teams of Disney and Dreamworks are almost as creative as the artists who make their films.
A Los Angeles animation studio creating work that appeared on Disney and Nick-owned platforms didn’t pay it artists for months and suddenly shut down.
Running an animation studio can be very profitable…especially if you destroy the studio.
At least it’s a start to fixing Youtube’s broken copyright claim system.
While Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm, and Dreamworks are still fighting against their employees, Sony has reached a settlement with the animation workers.
Popular DJ and record producer Bassnectar has used Max Hattler’s films for years without permission or compensation,
This is a significant victory for the hard-working members of the feature animation community.
The Walt Disney Company has a sneaky way of funneling money from its employees into the pockets of U.S. Congresspeople.
Creators are calling for an end to Youtube’s current policies, which allow corporations to abuse American copyright law and restrict the free speech rights of independent artists.
Take a few minutes to understand the lawsuit that industry artists have filed against the big American studios and why it matters.
The FBI alleges that a Massachusetts cartoonist falsely claimed that DreamWorks stole his characters and story for “Kung Fu Panda.”
In many ways, Beagle’s story — an artist, taken in by a con artist — is as classic as his writing.
How deep does the conspiracy against animation artists go?
Dyke Robinson alleges that Disney infringed his copyright for a project called “Digiland.”
In a case of corporate intrigue, Reel FX claims its co-founder Dale Carman stole confidential information from the studio to boost his new company.
The story of how pop star Peggy Lee took on one of the world’s most powerful entertainment companies — and won.