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Titmouse Animation is Calling for Characters with Characters for 7200 Frames

Titmouse Animation is Calling for Characters with Characters for 7200 FramesDeadline: July 3, 2009

Beverly Hills -- June 17, 2009 -- Hollywood based Animation studio Titmouse, Inc., is offering an amazing opportunity to artists from around the country with ideas for a short animated film. The chosen films will be fully funded and the process will be documented from start to finish as part of a TV show being produced called 7200 Frames (www.7200frames.com).

The artist must be able to draw, animate and direct- as well as commit to a 4-6 week exclusive production schedule. Interviews will be held in Los Angeles and San Diego (in San Diego during Comic-Con July 22nd and 23rd) during the summer of 2009. Submissions should be in the form of a link to a YouTube video pasted into the body of an e-mail addressed to subanimate@gmail.com and should include footage of the artist describing his/her film idea. The live interview should be no longer than five minutes in length. Further information is posted at www.7200frames.com. The submission deadline is July 3rd, 2009.

During San Diego's Comic Con, executives from Titmouse will be docked on a yacht outside of the San Diego Convention Center and each artist will pitch their original animated character concept to the panel of judges, who are culled from prestigious experts in the animation industry.

The series is about passionate artists and the behind the scenes process of the creation of the animated films. This is a unique docu-series between twelve selected animators. Three films will be selected to go into production. The remaining artists will participate as crew members.

Titmouse, Inc. is a family of like-minded, action-oriented artists & creators dedicated to all that is bad-ass. They blur the boundary between working hard and playing hard in the service of doing what they truly love -- making cool shit. For more information on rules and requirements please consult www.7200frames.com.

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