Past overly ambitious moves forced the animation studio to cut back on releases and personnel.
DreamWorks is laying off 500 people and cutting its release schedule from three pictures a year to two after a string of disappointing titles. Continue Reading
This article was originally featured on Schools.com Josh Scherr, lead cinematic animator at Naughty Dog, a major video game developer, began learning about movie effects when he was about six years old. That's when he saw Star Wars and his parents explained to him that light sabers don't really exist. He... Continue Reading
Apparently, at DreamWorks, one of the best companies to work for, there is such a thing as free lunch – and breakfast too. Employees describe the DreamWorks SKG Animation Studio campus atmosphere as fast paced and fun, with good people and great benefits. It takes lots of energy to draw "Shrek" all... Continue Reading
Employees at SAS certainly feel kneaded. Every week, several dozen of them get massages at the on-site 66,000-square-foot recreation and fitness center. You have to pay, but it's only $55 for an hour, and that's with pretax dollars. And the convenience is priceless: right up the stairs from the gymnasium,... Continue Reading