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Phil Tippett Discussed "Mad God"

So, this 12 minute epic called Mad God?  Yeah, theres going to be (spoiler!) more than one.  Or so said Phil Tippett in an interview with him on the Cinefex blog that you can find right here:  Don't worry guys!  I've got your back covered as far as Phil and Stop Motion news goes!  Here's what he said about a sequel...

"I did this Kickstarter thing, so we got some funds that paid for the stage rental and lunches for the crew, and we’ve just wrapped up Chapter 1. I’ve got four segments planned out, and each is going to be about twelve minutes long.

Later, in the interview the writer of the Cinefex post Graham Edwards, stated this...

The Kickstarter campaign for Mad God Part 2 is scheduled to launch in early March 2014. Visit the Phil Tippett Facebook page, and the Mad God Facebook page, for regular updates."

So go and read that right now where you get an insight on Phil's mindset when making the film, what he though of crowd-funding, and maybe an insight to the future of the Mad God saga.

And Remember to keep up with all things Phil on his Facebook page:
You can stream the 1st part of Mad God by going to  The Download fee is $10, for those of you wondering.  Or, you can buy the DVD for $14.

Phil Tippett animating

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