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An Interview With Rainmaker Animations Paul Gertz
Saturday and time for one of my favorite cartoons ?ReBoot. See I was in love with a pixilated woman named Dot Matrix. See she ran Dots Diner and was the sexiest green lady I ever saw.
Flash forward. ReBoot is revived by amazingly talented Rainmaker Animation. But even more intriguing they find 5 unknown writers to write their takes on what the story should be. The fans get to pick and off we go into the ReBoot Trilogy. To say the web was shaking with excitement when this was announced it putting it mildly.
This is going to be a cutting edge way to create content: getting the fans involved. Partnering up with Zeros2Heroes.com, a comic book creators social networking site, Rainmaker Animation is really set on making ReBoots resurfacing something quite fantastic.
I got to spend a few minutes with Rainmaker Animations Paul Gertz. Enjoy!
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Next Week: Matt Toner, CEO of Zeros2Heroes.com
David Basulto is an independent filmmaker in Los Angeles. After 17 plus years, David is well versed in all aspects of filmmaking from development to distribution. He produces, directs, edits, and now is addicted to motion graphics and 3d. His last film, Death Clique is in Blockbusters nationwide. David is also the host of the www.filmmakingcentral.com. In his spare time David is an avid gamer and can be found slaying monsters in the world of Vanguard. For more info visit www.davidbasulto.com
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