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AntiKaiser Spices Up Doritos® Super Bowl Competition

Partnering with Resolve Entertainment and Chris Roberts Prods, AntiKaiser co-produces three Doritos spec commercials for the “Crash the Super Bowl” competition.

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BURBANK (November 18, 2008) — Vying for a potential $1 Million prize and another winner’s notch in its belt, AntiKaiser Productions announced on Tuesday that they had co-produced three commercials for the popular Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” competition. The site, located at http://www.crashthesuperbowl.com, received almost 1,800 entries in its third annual Super Bowl venture.

AntiKaiser hopes to capitalize on another win, which previously saw crowning as: “Best Film of San Diego” in the 48 Hour Film Project 2004, with the short film Three Lives featuring character actor Doug Jones; winner of the 2007 Christine Evans Dailymotion Video Competition with his entry of Evans’ song “Give It Up”; and Slamdance Teleplay Competition 2007 finalist with the pilot script for the animated comedy series “Dr. von Kaiser.”

“I’m really excited about what we have to offer to Doritos,” said Aaron Matthew Kaiser, producer, AntiKaiser Productions. “All three spots are broadcast quality both technically and creatively. I can’t see how our efforts won’t be recognized.”

Five finalists, of which only one of these commercials is eligible to be selected, will be announced by Frito-Lay on January 5th, 2009. Each finalist commercial will receive a $25,000 prize and the highest-ranked finalist commercial will then be aired during Super Bowl XLIII on February 1st, 2009. The possible $1 Million prize is awarded if the commercial “takes down ‘the big guys’ and becomes the first-ever consumer-created commercial to claim the No. 1 ranking in USA TODAY’s annual Ad Meter,” according to a Frito-Lay press release.

The three commercials, executive produced by Jeff Bartsch of Resolve Entertainment, were developed by three different directors: The Chase by Chris Armstrong, Girl Fight by Wes Llewellyn with Ryan Mooney, and Bold Burglar by Brad Bosley. They were produced by Chris Roberts of Chris Roberts Productions and Aaron Matthew Kaiser of AntiKaiser Productions. All commercials were shot on the RED ONE™ camera in 4K resolution and edited by Chris Witt.

“The Chase”
After teasing his roommate’s cat with a laser pointer, Dan finds himself the subject of similar treatment. Starring Melissa Disney, Braxton Davis, and Jeremy Searle. Available at http://www.crashthesuperbowl.com/#/gallery/video/1256/

“Girl Fight”
Two girls fight over the object of their desire: the last Doritos chip. Starring Lonnie Colon, William Spencer, and stuntwomen Katie Eischen and Bethany Levy. Available at http://www.crashthesuperbowl.com/#/gallery/video/1244/

“Bold Burglar”
A burglar breaks into a house to steal the real valuables. Starring Jeff Lorch and James McMann. Available at http://www.crashthesuperbowl.com/#/gallery/video/1146/

About AntiKaiser Productions

AntiKaiser Productions is an independent development company for film, television, and new media. It has produced multiple award-winning projects since its inception in 1998. The company has corporate headquarters in Burbank, CA.

For more information, please visit http://antikaiser.com

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For more information, press only:

Aaron Matthew Kaiser, 818.217.0050, press@antikaiser.com