Category: Jobs & Recruiting
Led by industry insiders Debra Blanchard Knight and Pam Hogarth, new company will present seminars and workshops for production professionals seeking to navigate the changing production marketplace.
Visual Effects Society showcases vast opportunities for Vancouver’s talent pool through annual event.
Animators laid off by Walt Disney Animation Studios are left in the cold after the studio hands out some big bonuses.
Steve Hickner’s new book is a detailed and expertly written guide to finding a job and building a career in animation.
Many people have a general idea of what a voice sounds like, but there is a tremendous amount of skill and integrity involved with voice-matching an actor.
Disney Interactive, the struggling video game and digital media subsidiary of Walt Disney Co., is cutting roughly 700 jobs worldwide.
‘Monuments Men’ star says U.K. not only should return art treasures to Greece but VFX jobs to the U.S.
Building self-confidence to make the right career choices helps not only when times get tough but in knowing what will make you happy and successful in the end.
You have to know who you are willing to get in bed with in order to make your career dreams a reality.
The International Animation Film Market (Mifa) is a major event in the world of animation and over the past 25 years has established itself as the leading event on the industry calendar.
The 7th ACM SIGGRAPH Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Asia will take place from 3 – 6 December 2014 in Shenzhen at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center.
The SIGGRAPH conference attracts the most respected technical and creative people from all over planet Earth.
Pro video marketplace ProductionHUB announces new website features to modernize the hiring and client pipeline process for production professionals.
ILM's Chief Creative Officer and Senior Visual Effects supervisor John Knoll kicks off the VIEW Conference on October 15.
Like a bus, train or any other mode of transportation that takes you from point A to point B, there will always be another job offer and potentially an even better job offer waiting to take you to your next career destination.
We all know at least one person where we scratch our heads and wonder beyond amazement, “How on earth did they land that job?”
Since you are likely not born into royalty or a standard of living that affords you the ability to do what you please, do you work because you love to, have to or just because there is no other way you know to exist?
If you think you’ve got what it takes to succeed in your job-think again. It might not matter how good you think or know you are, but what if your boss hasn’t a clue?