A former Pixar employee describes a workplace rife with racism, sexism, and class insensitivity.
Bergeron allegedly raped an employee, who later committed suicide.
On Friday at Animateka festival, distributor Luce Grosjean called on festival directors to crack down on sexual harassment. Watch her speech here.
Disgraced studio head Bob Weinstein is trying to sneak back into the film industry through animated films.
“There was a ‘God-shaped hole in my heart,’ and I wanted to fill it,” says newly-baptized “The Loud House” creator Chris Savino.
Epstein’s accuser claims that Groening received the massage while flying on Jeffrey Epstein’s private plane.
An overview of your rights as a studio employee in the United States.
The #MeToo movement in animation receives mainstream attention from Samantha Bee’s “Full Frontal.”
Say Thompson: “[Lasseter] is presumably being paid millions of dollars to receive [his] second chance. How much money are the employees at Skydance being paid to GIVE him that second chance?”
The director of “Incredibles 2” is the first major figure at Pixar to speak openly about John Lasseter.
John Lasseter is an alleged serial sexual predator, and that should raise concerns for women working at Skydance.
The disgraced Disney and Pixar animation chief is thirsty for a new job.
The Disney Company’s inconsistent values and ethics is causing a lot of people to question its reputation as a family-friendly brand.
Pixar is a “sexist boys club” says a former artist, who tells stories of demeaning, lecherous, and physically abusive behavior, many involving John Lasseter.
John Lasseter is (kind of) leaving…
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.
#MeToo? Not at the Walt Disney Company.