Scanline VFX
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Scanline VFX Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1989
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
  • Link
    Scanline VFX website
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Arts & Entertainment

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Media & Communications

Rating overview

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Reviews

VFX Digital Production Manager in Vancouver, BC
on 27 September 2017
Freedom to do what you do best in your field of VFX but needs more structure
They’re still very boutique and are on the verge of being mainstream VFX with large work force but they just need to build on the structure and planning of projects throughout the pipeline to ensure they can continue to deliver work effectively and efficiently and not at the cost of OT or damage to the work quality.
Production Assistant in Vancouver, BC
on 15 December 2021
You can do better
My time at Scanline was a real disappointment. Training and communication is virtually non-existent, and this leads to a stressful and dysfunctional environment. Additionally the programs and tech crash constantly, which doesn't help matters.
Rigger in Vancouver, BC
on 28 August 2020
Terrible Sups
Supervisors in this company bully and harass employees. Employees have actively filed complaints and been dismissed internally. This company provides no professional development, and elects to promote "friends." It has a terrible workplace culture that is super toxic.
Senior Character & Creature Animator in Vancouver, BC
on 15 April 2020
Great people, great projects, Super supervisors, difficult pipeline, poor tools, nice studio to work at
Scanline is definitely a senior studio and therefore everyone was capable, treated with professionalism, and trusted to do their job well. This also contributed to an environment where overtime was was truly optional and almost never required. The supervisors I worked with were absolutely first class! Not only were they very encouraging and supportive, but they were never stressed in any way. I observed and learned a lot from their approach and leadership styles. The hardest part of the job is the unnecessarily, over-complicated, and unstable pipeline and lack of tools. Overall, working at Scanline was very enjoyable. The projects were dream jobs and the people were amazing.
Mid Level Compositor in Vancouver, BC
on 6 July 2018
Great
Lots of overtime, stable work environment, learnt lots, made friends, stayed late, missed my wife, grew a lot in the company, happy, sad, lots of overtime

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