Pitch Your Animation to Titmouse

CartoonBrew or AWN – but I want to call more attention to Titmouse Inc’s 7200 Frames project. This Hollywood-based studio is on the hunt for animated film pitches. The making of the chosen films will be captured on film during a 4-6 week production schedule as part of an upcoming documentary series. Interested filmmakers are required to submit a link to a YouTube clip in which the film is described. The submission deadline is July 3rd and you can find out more at 7200frames.com.

8 Comments

  1. Good luck to all reality TV hopefulls!

    BTW, does anyone know the origin of this studio’s name? Titmouse?

  2. I would love to do this, but I’m simply not good enough yet! I can direct, but animation gets really tough for me on this piece of sh** computer! Although, that could really make for a good reality show. “OMG, the BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH?! But I DIDN’T SAVE in like 3 hours! NOOOOO!!!!”

    Come back on the show sometime, Aaron!
    -Convert to Symbol

  3. I’m presuming this is U.S. only?

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    you would have to be in hollywood during the production, but i don’t think those outside the US are precluded.

  5. Wasn’t the original deadline, June 26th? Did they extend it?

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