Digital Domain
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    Culture & Entertainment
  • Headquarters
    Playa Vista, Los Angeles
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Rating is calculated based on 25 reviews and is evolving.



Coordinator in Playa Vista, CA
on January 19, 2021
Great place to learn a lot of things especially if you're interested in entertainment. It is hectic at times but there's no better place to learn than to be immersed right in it!
Video Technician in Los Angeles, CA
on June 11, 2019
Digital Domain has, for the most part, good people to work with. It's largely silo'd into the departments, but there are times when you interact with people outside your team. The biggest problem is upper management. Most people in decision-making positions have their own agendas, the company doesn't have any kind of mission statement or unified goal, and often times there is little to no communication about the direction of the company. Turnover rate depends on the department, and it's either really high or really low.
Roto paint artist in Playa del Rey, CA
on June 4, 2019
Long time goal to work for this company. Was excited to have had the opportunity to join the team and work on such a great project. The pace was fast but the management was never short.
Substance Painter, Nuke, Nexus, IQ in Los Angeles, CA
on March 29, 2019
This company cares only about the bottom dollar with the shareholder in mind. Artists and production are all replaceable and treated as numbers. The up side is that you will work in the top tier of the industry and build a second to none portfolio.
Sterescopic 3D Artist in Port Saint Lucie, FL
on March 17, 2019
The entire workplace environment was like a high school cafeteria. All their ever was, was gossip, trash talking behind people's backs, and people retreating to their own power groups of so called "friends". All of whom made the effort of buttering up to the Supervisors, Project Leads, and other faculty admins. And those who didn't were singled out and scorned. The workplace culture was toxic for not behaving or favoring the same like minds. There was no open dialogue. The studio in its entirety was terribly in equipping their artists with constructive feedback and proficient or proper technique. Management would make statements of teamwork and "family" while contrarily encouraging and ensuring everyone to divide themselves from others. And as far as what the studio did to help the community and the county that brought the VFX house into the area, was a complete betrayal. The amount of outside hires they brought in instead of the local artists and grads that they were meant to assist with jobs was disgraceful. My experience at this studio was harmful and disheartening. An inside look at how they operate, treat and turn those under management against each other. Aiming with their own agenda at the cost of others. I believe it is a blessing that this VFX house in FL defunct.

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