All Events to be held June 23-25, 2017 at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport (2500 N Hollywood Way, Burbank, CA 91505)

AntiKaiser Productions

AntiKaiser Productions

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What is the best way to contact you? Email
Credit List (for yourself) The Priest’s Confession, The List, Classic Alice, GONE, Coverage, Dr. von Kaiser
What has your company produced? For what studios or networks? We have previously produced independent shorts and web series, but are looking to branch out to features and television, both live action and cel animated.
What genres are you looking for? Science Fiction, anime/animation (no children’s concepts), action
Film, TV, New Media, Other? All media formats. Properties with cross-platform capabilities (graphic novels, etc) are ideal. Think franchise.
Budget range? Low to mid
What makes the ideal writer for your company? Someone that combines an incredible imagination with realistic characters and is able to tell an amazing story that gets me hooked within the first few minutes. Someone who is able to collaborate and work within the confines of a team.
What are your goals for the Great American PitchFest? To find material to option and/or further develop into a viable commercial property.
Have you had success at pitching events before? Yes, we have connected with writers we like and considered several properties for option.
Do you have any GAPF success stories you can share with us from previous years?
Is there any advice you would like to offer the writers who are pitching you? Be yourselves and just have a conversation with us. Know your material, but don’t have an entire pitch memorized. You need to not come across as if you’re reciting the page. Be natural and calm and be ready for us to ask questions.