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Sea Gull
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Joined: 7 Sep 2020
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02 Oct 2021, 12:40 pm

Lots of animators submit to Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and Disney Channel in the past. They submit it and become successful and some gets rejected. Now, it's hard for today's animators to get their pilots out there and gets rejected. This has to change. Why can't have our pilots be out there? Why is that?


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Joined: 1 Sep 2014
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02 Oct 2021, 2:07 pm

If you are an independent animator or filmmaker you can always post your pilot on youtube.
There are lots of ways to get material "out there".
You could also use a blog to present your stuff - or start with a web-zine.
If all you have is a treatment or a story board you can go right to the public with that too.
Lots of options for artists and performers these days.
Just look what happened with the Ratatouille Musical

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