About AntiKaiser, Inc.
AntiKaiser, Inc. is an independent development company for the entertainment marketplace. Our primary focus is the creation, ownership, and licensing of unique intellectual properties across all available platforms with a mastery in film, television, anime, and digital publishing.
Company History and Successes
Founded in 1998 as Galaxy Films Productions, AntiKaiser began as a San Diego-based sole proprietorship under the direction of Aaron Matthew Kaiser. The company changed names and branding in mid-2007, shortly before relocating to Los Angeles County a year later. Offices were established in downtown Burbank in November 2008 and incorporated in 2012.
The company’s momentum didn’t begin to build until 2004 when it unveiled the weekly Internet talk radio show VGXtreme. That show served as a base for the multiple award-winning short film Three Lives starring Doug Jones (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth). 2007 brought both a win in the Christine Evans Dailymotion Video Contest, with the music video for Give It Up, as well as finalist selection in the Slamdance Teleplay Competition for the pilot script of Dr. von Kaiser.
In late 2008, AntiKaiser teamed up with Chris Roberts Productions and Resolve Entertainment to produce a trio of spec commercials for the Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” Competition. The first spot, “The Chase,” was a Top 5 Finalist and began airing on cable in Frito-Lay’s national advertising campaign starting the day after the 2009 Super Bowl. Another spot, “Girl Fight,” was hand-selected by Frito-Lay as their winner in the MOFILM U-12 competition and screened in France during the 2009 Cannes Lions Ad Festival.
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