The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) was threatened last October. Go on strike For better residue and protection for on-set breaks. Things came a while though Weak deal, A member of the IATSE local 839, aka Animation Guild (TAG), which was separate from the discussion. Now it is up to them to make sureT animation writers get a fair pay for their work, their efforts have been temporarily halted.
Guild director Alexandra Drosu confirmed the matter Deadline An agreement was not reached on Friday, so talks between TAG and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP) Will continue even after the holidays. Discussions have been going on since Monday and have expanded throughout the week, with issues expected to be resolved before the end of the weekend. Previously, the agreement with TAG AMPTP The term expired in July and was later extended to the end of October.
In their negotiations for a new deal, TAG is taking animation writers to Twitter to talk about paying equal pay to the authors of live action productions and highlighting the pay gap between the two mediums. Currently, animation writers have a weekly minimum of 0 2,064 (unless it is covered by a show Writers Guild Likes Simpsons), Where the salaries of live action writers fall between $ 4,063 and 5,185. If you follow someone who works in animation on social media, high profile creators like it. Gravity showers’ Alex Hirsch And DC Super Hero Girls’ Lauren Faust, You may have seen them requesting fans to show their support with the hashtag #NewDealforAnimation.
In terms of their discussions for better pay, TAG pointed out how animation was managed to avoid complete stagnation like the rest of Hollywood in the first year of the epidemic. “We are a valuable part of the industry,” TAG wrote Pinned their tweets. “We do the same thing as our live-action partners, and it’s time to reflect on our pay … At the end of the day, we’re all doing the same thing.”
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