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Pixar Feb 1
Welcome home, Heimlich. 💛
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Pixar Feb 26
Little dumpling, big win! Congrats on the Oscar, team Bao!
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Pixar 31 Oct 17
No tricks, just treats .
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Pixar Mar 29
There's no shortage of inspiration this when women honor their female heroes. From Director Domee Shi: “Rumiko Takahashi is a renowned Japanese comic artist. Her work is full of appealing characters, wacky romances, and engrossing stories."
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Pixar Feb 6
In celebration of Black History Month, the Pan-African flag will be waving proudly here in Emeryville. (Also hi, Luxo ball! 👋)
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Pixar 25 Jan 18
! 💞 Celebrate Inclusion Day with us . Cultural transformation begins with shared learning, language, and experiences.
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Pixar Mar 8
To celebrate , women pay tribute to the women who inspire them most. From Production Coordinator Emily Wilson: “When Dolores Huerta visited Pixar, I was enthralled by her stories. She's an indefatigable civil rights activist. ‘¡Sí, se puede!’”
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Pixar Jan 30
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Pixar Feb 19
Continuing with our celebration, The Palette, our Studio Resource Group for employees of color, invited 19 local black-owned businesses to participate in our Black Business Fair.
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Pixar Mar 8
Replying to @Pixar
For , women share stories of other inspiring women. From Kitbull Director Rosana Sullivan: “Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a suffragist, social activist, and abolitionist. Favorite quote: ‘Self-development is a higher duty than self-sacrifice.’”
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Pixar 8 Mar 18
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"It made my choice to have a career and be a mother worth it.” –Katie Schaefer Bishop, Associate Editor (4/4)
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Pixar 8 Mar 18
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"I hope that means something to them. I hope they grow up seeing me as a good role model.” –Charu Clark, Lighting Artist (4/4)
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שלומה רומנו זתונה 🇮🇱 7 Dec 17
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Pixar 8 Mar 18
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"Seeing more strong, independent female characters in films–as we do in our everyday lives–is something that I look forward to in the future.” –Bryn Imagire, Shading Art Director and Costume Designer (3/3)
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Magic Mania 30 Mar 18
Just a little over a year away...
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Pixar Mar 12
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The voices of Roz, Smitty, and Needleman were all stand-ins provided by employees as tests until professional actors were cast. They worked so well, they made it to the final film! Your stunned silence is very reassuring.
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Pixar Apr 22
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Pixar Mar 12
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The names on the Monsters, Inc. wall are names of real employees . The only one that isn’t is Plesuski – which director Pete Docter included because he thought it was a cool sounding name.
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Disney Careers Jun 18
You've got a friend in...all of us! ✨💖
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Pixar Recruiting May 4
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