Sometimes it takes two (or more) to get things done right. And when a project needs an expert to add those finishing touches or a boost to get it off the ground, Epic Level has an extensive network of reliable partners to whom they can turn. This is a brief list of some of Epic Level’s past and present partners and clients.
Current Partners & Clients
Nick Plantico’s company, Action Unlimited, provides quality stunt coordination and production services to the film industry. Action Unlimited coordinates stunts for the live-action, zombie comedy web series, Bite Me.
Fullscreen was founded in 2011 by George Strompolos. Previously, George helped create and develop YouTube’s Partnership Program. Recognizing that online video would soon become a viable alternative to TV and cable, George founded Fullscreen with the goal of becoming the first great media company built on YouTube. Fullscreen is Epic Level’s network partner for their EpicLevelTV channel.
Fun Little Movies
Fun Little Movies is a company dedicated to making people laugh… and buy things. They create and distribute videos that entertain, inform and influence action. FLM turns intellectual property into tangible results, such as the TV series The MoShow and Speed Movies. FLM currently has contracts globally with 50 distributors representing mobile, web, television and DOOH (Digital Out of Home Advertising).
Halo-8 is an entertainment production-distribution-marketing company that mixes the vertical integration of a movie studio, the outreach model of an indie record label, and the adaptability of a web2.0 company. They focus on unique lifestyle entertainment suited for tastemaker niches within music, horror/sci-fi and fandom, which is what makes them the perfect distribution partner for Epic Level’s XOMBIE animation projects.
Lighthouse is a major film and television production company in Beverly Hills, with such titles as Mimic, Imposter, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Sting, Flamingo Kid, Taxi Driver and Trailer Park, among others. Epic Level has a co-production deal with Lighthouse to produced original and licensed fantasy, science-fiction and horror feature films.
Lionsgate is a leading global entertainment company with a strong and diversified presence in motion picture production and distribution, television programming and syndication, home entertainment, family entertainment, digital distribution and new channel platforms. Lionsgate is also building a portfolio of new channel businesses, including FEARnet, distributor of Machinima.com’s Bite Me in multiple formats. The company has also made investments in Break.com, the leading online site for young men ages 18-34 with more than 80 million monthly unique users worldwide.
Machinima.com is the next generation video entertainment network for video gamers, providing comprehensive gaming-focused editorial and community programming to the hard-to-reach core 18 – 34 year old male demographic. Across its global network, over 78 million unique gamers viewed in excess of 780 million videos in July 2011, making the network the number one all-time Entertainment Channel on YouTube. Machinima.com properties are found across the largest global distribution platforms including YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, iOS and Android. Epic Level produces Machinima.com’s first live-action web series, Bite Me, as well as numerous branded entertainment promos and other projects.
Mike del Rossa’s company, Mutivision FX, has specialized in all aspects of special makeup effects artistry and animatronics for over 15 years. Mike is the creator of all things zombie for Bite Me. He also built the space pod for Epic Level’s series, Space Guys in Space.
Red 5 Studios
Red 5 Studios is an online game developer located in California, dedicated to bringing together millions of gamers across the world by creating immersive worlds, intriguing stories and compelling characters. They believe that online games and persistent worlds are the future of video games. Epic Level has been working with Red 5 Studios to launch and produce its new entertainment network Stage5TV
Soundworks is owned and operated by Jeff Sheridan, audio engineer extraordinaire. Burbank-based, Soundworks clients include Walt Disney Records, MGM Animation, Dreamworks, Nickelodeon, The Disney Channel, Lifetime, USA, The Sci-Fi Channel, Fox, UPN and many more. Jeff has 12 gold and platinum records in the children’s category and has worked on 5 Grammy nominated projects and one winner. The studio’s extensive audio experience includes dialog recording, mastering, music engineering, mixing and audio restoration.
Streamworks produces sounds for many of Epic Level’s shows and commercials.
Past Partners & Clients
• Endemol USA
• Dead Gentlemen Productions
• Boll KG
• CCP Games/White Wolf Publishing
• Chiodo Brothers
• Collective Films
• Devil’s Due Publishing
• DJ Perry’s Collective Development
• Fantasy Flight Entertainment
• Hasbro/Wizards of the Coast
• Industry Entertainment
• Kurtzman/Orci Productions
• Paramount Pictures
• Persistent Entertainment
• Radical Axis
• R.A. Salvatore, NYT Bestselling Author
• Relativity Media
• Scott Ciencin, NYT Bestselling Author
• Syfy Channel
• Toonz Animation
• Warner Brothers
• Warner Premiere