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Overview (3)

Born in San Diego, California, USA
Nickname Kaiser
Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Aaron was born in San Diego, California. During high school, Aaron attended Santana High School, where he was introduced to filmmaking. He is a producer and owner of AntiKaiser Productions, based in Burbank. His professional producing credits date back to 1999, when he was a contributor to the Emmy award-winning program Fresh Point on XETV Fox6 (now CW6) in San Diego.

Aaron has made a name for himself in the competition circuit with 5 out of 6 competitions he has either received an award in, become a finalist, or outright won the contest.

Competition wins include "Best Film of San Diego" (plus three other awards) in the 48 Hour Film Project 2004, with the short film Three Lives featuring Doug Jones (Hellboy, Pan's Labyrinth, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer), and the music video Give It Up for the Christine Evans Dailymotion Video Contest in 2007. Another finalist award was for the pilot script of the animated series Dr. von Kaiser in the Slamdance Teleplay Competition, an honor of beating out nearly 500 other scripts. The other two projects, Wannabe and Get Off My Set! were made for the 48 Hour Film Project 2005 and the Filmaka Demo Pilot competition for FX, respectively. The former received regional accolades and both have been reformulated for possible new media series.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Aaron Matthew Kaiser

Trade Mark (1)

Often seen in public wearing a suit and fedora and sporting a beard

Trivia (7)

Becomes a finalist in the Slamdance Teleplay competition with the pilot script for Dr. von Kaiser. [December 2007]
Helped found the San Diego Filmmakers, a successful networking group located in San Diego, California. Voted in as Vice President in March 2006. [November 2005]
(San Diego, California) Co-hosting and producing VGXtreme (originally GameRadio.tv), an internet radio talk show about video games. The show began on Saturday, January 24th, 2004 and moved to Fridays on April 2nd, 2004. [January 2004]
Working on various crews in San Diego, California [June 2003]
Finalist in the Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" competition, where he produced three commercial submission. [January 2009]
Developing animated concept "Dr. Von Kaiser" with Michael Callahan, Taylor Richards, and Julius Alexander. [January 2007]
Moves to Los Angeles and moves AntiKaiser Productions to downtown Burbank. [November 2008]

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