A group of visual effects artists working on it there is . At TCF US Productions 27 (a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios), 57 out of 88 eligible workers voted in favor of the union in the National Labor Relations Board elections. Nineteen employees voted against the effort and two ballots were invalidated.
TCF US Productions 27 is not the main VFX house working on the Avatar series. That would be it , employs most of the more than 1,000 people working on these projects. However, an industry source noted the deal section is notable because it is the “core team that answers to Jim Cameron,” the creator and director of the films. “They’re impressive, not necessarily size.”
The workers will join the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) against management protests and blocking labor negotiations. They will follow the VFX artists and Walt Disney Studios (both voted unanimously to merge with IATSE). Staff at DNEG VFX house in British Columbia have also joined the union.