Chad Eikhoff

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'''Chad Eikhoff''' is a professional film producer from [[Wikipedia:Atlanta, Georgia|Atlanta, Georgia]]. Eikhoff has also contributed to the [http://www.redlightcafe.com/ Red Light Cafe] with personal artwork. He debuted as executive producer with the hit movie ''[[IMDB:0216008|Moving Out]]'' in 1998, then as assistant director with the short film ''[[IMDB:0225615|The Encounter]]'' in 1999.  He then went on to found [http://www.wonder-studios.com/flash.html Wonder Studios, LLC]. He has been dubbed "Best Atlanta filmmaker" by the [[Wikipedia:List of newspapers in Atlanta|Atlanta Times]].
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'''Chad Eikhoff''' was an early crew member of the [[Homestar Runner (flash cartoon)|Homestar Runner]] website. He currently has only one cartoon with his name on it to date: [[Marshmallow's Last Stand]], which he co-wrote and directed.
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Eikhoff later became an early crew member of the [[Homestar Runner (flash cartoon)|Homestar Runner]] website. He currently has only one cartoon with his name on it to date, [[Marshmallow's Last Stand]], which he co-wrote, directed, and produced.
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Eikhoff's relationship with [[The Brothers Chaps]] is unknown. He may have been a classmate of Mike Chapman at art school, however; he has a few paintings at the Red Light Cafe in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Eikhoff is producing the upcoming film ''[http://www.entertheotherside.com/ The Other Side]'', a thriller about an undead man on the run. In the movie, Samuel Thorn has been brutally killed and sent to hell. While there, Thorn meets two other men who help him escape. Finally reunited with his loved ones, Thorn believes himself to be safe, until Hades sends three reapers to go and kill the escapees. Co-produced with Gregg Bishop, this movie will premier at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah in January 2006.
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Wonder Studios is producing a new [[Wikipedia:3D computer graphics|three-dimentional]] [[Wikipedia:Animation|animated]] [[Wikipedia:Television program|television series]] called [http://www.wonder-studios.com/triumphanttools/ Triumphant Tools]. The show will mainly focus on a cast of tools, including good tools, and not-so-good tools. Wonder Studios has already conducted a contest to model and shade various prospective characters for the series, and is now looking to hire experienced three-dimentional animators for a three month contract.
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*[http://www.redlightcafe.com/art.html Webpage featuring some of Eikhoff's art work]
 
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Revision as of 05:12, 28 December 2005

The best filmmaker in Atlanta helped produce Homestar Runner

Chad Eikhoff is a professional film producer from Atlanta, Georgia. Eikhoff has also contributed to the Red Light Cafe with personal artwork. He debuted as executive producer with the hit movie Moving Out in 1998, then as assistant director with the short film The Encounter in 1999. He then went on to found Wonder Studios, LLC. He has been dubbed "Best Atlanta filmmaker" by the Atlanta Times.

Eikhoff later became an early crew member of the Homestar Runner website. He currently has only one cartoon with his name on it to date, Marshmallow's Last Stand, which he co-wrote, directed, and produced.

Eikhoff is producing the upcoming film The Other Side, a thriller about an undead man on the run. In the movie, Samuel Thorn has been brutally killed and sent to hell. While there, Thorn meets two other men who help him escape. Finally reunited with his loved ones, Thorn believes himself to be safe, until Hades sends three reapers to go and kill the escapees. Co-produced with Gregg Bishop, this movie will premier at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah in January 2006.

Wonder Studios is producing a new three-dimentional animated television series called Triumphant Tools. The show will mainly focus on a cast of tools, including good tools, and not-so-good tools. Wonder Studios has already conducted a contest to model and shade various prospective characters for the series, and is now looking to hire experienced three-dimentional animators for a three month contract.

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