Aaron Matthew Kaiser

Aaron Matthew Kaiser

AntiKaiser, Inc.
Director and Screenwriter

Burbank, California

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About Aaron

My name is Aaron Matthew Kaiser and I am a twenty year veteran of the entertainment industry with a passion to tell engaging stories. I have served in a variety of above-the-line positions with a focus on directing, writing, and producing. My experience spans over projects ranging from commercials and promo pieces to short films and web series. I am currently getting ready to make my first feature film.

Some of my highlights include: Producing the 2004 short film Three Lives, starring Doug Jones, which won Best Film of San Diego in the 48 Hour Film Project; Directing the 2007 music video “Give It Up”, winner of the Christine Evans’ (Warner Music Canada) Dailymotion music video competition; Producing three spec commercials for the 2009 Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” competition, one of which was a top-five finalist and aired nationally and another of which was selected by Frito Lay to represent them in the MOFILM competition in the Cannes Ad Lions Festival; Directing the 2018 short film Simon during the AT&T Create-a-thon, where it placed first runner-up.

I believe that community is one of the greatest aspects of filmmaking and I continuously look for ways to give back and involve others.

In 2005, I co-founded San Diego Filmmakers, an educational networking organization, and served as Vice President and Emcee until 2012. I have volunteered at the San Diego Film Festival, Creative Talent Network Animation Expo, Burbank Film Festival, and others. I began volunteering with The Valley Film Festival in 2009 and became their Manager of Alumni Relations and Filmmaker Liaison in 2019. Since 2012, I have co-hosted annual networking gatherings in Los Angeles titled The Networking Party.

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  • The Tragedy of Arden Raney

    The Tragedy of Arden Raney Budget: $10M - $30M | Sci-fi Western Two hardened, bank-robbing brothers in the Wild West set off on a plan of revenge against a figure from their past, when a chance encounter with a group of time travelers endangers their future.

Credits

Awards

  • Best Film of Los Angeles, 48 Hour Film Project
    (2013)

  • Finalist, Doritos "Crash the Super Bowl" Competition
    (2009)

  • Best Film of San Diego, 48 Hour Film Project
    (2004)

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