Millennium Crew Profile of Rainmaker Digital Pictures

A detailed Crew Profile of Rainmaker Digital Pictures, listing all Millennium episodes on which this production crew member contributed.

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Personal Trivia:

  • Rainmaker's studio in Vancouver contains a fully working authentic English style pub!
  • Rainmaker Digital Pictures undertook a total of 44 roles on Chris Carter's Millennium television series.

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Rainmaker, based in Vancouver, BC, were used exclusively for Season 3 of Millennium, taking over from Area 51 who had worked on the first 2 seasons of the show. They were previously Gastown Post and also listed as Gastown Film Labs. Rainmaker provided Visual Effects, Processing and Telecine facilities.

About Rainmaker

Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Rainmaker Entertainment Inc. is a multifaceted animation studio and one of Canada's largest producers of CG animation. Rainmaker's first feature film, Escape From Planet Earth (distributed by The Weinstein Company), opened on 3,200 screens across North America. Originally established as Mainframe Entertainment, the company produced the first ever CG animation series, ReBoot, and over the course of its 15+ years of innovative history, Rainmaker has continued to break new ground in animation, telling engaging stories and creating compelling characters for all media. In addition to projects Rainmaker has produced with partners and clients including Mattel, The Weinstein Company, Hasbro, Lionsgate and Sony, Rainmaker also develops proprietary projects. In Fall 2013, the company announced its plans to develop a new version of its iconic CG-animated ReBoot series and in April 2014, the company began production for HIT Entertainment of 104 10-minute episodes of the new CG-animated Bob the Builder series.

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Millennium Production Roles:

Rainmaker Digital Pictures worked on the following 44 episode/s of Millennium:

MLM#-301 The Innocents as Visual Effects

MLM#-301 The Innocents as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-302 Exegesis as Visual Effects

MLM#-302 Exegesis as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-303 TEOTWAWKI as Visual Effects

MLM#-303 TEOTWAWKI as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-304 Closure as Visual Effects

MLM#-304 Closure as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-305 ...Thirteen Years Later as Visual Effects

MLM#-305 ...Thirteen Years Later as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-306 Skull and Bones as Visual Effects

MLM#-306 Skull and Bones as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-307 Through A Glass Darkly as Visual Effects

MLM#-307 Through A Glass Darkly as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-308 Omerta as Visual Effects

MLM#-308 Omerta as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-309 Human Essence as Visual Effects

MLM#-309 Human Essence as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-310 Borrowed Time as Visual Effects

MLM#-310 Borrowed Time as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-311 Collateral Damage as Visual Effects

MLM#-311 Collateral Damage as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-312 The Sound of Snow as Visual Effects

MLM#-312 The Sound of Snow as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-313 Antipas as Visual Effects

MLM#-313 Antipas as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-314 Matryoshka as Visual Effects

MLM#-314 Matryoshka as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-315 Forcing the End as Visual Effects

MLM#-315 Forcing the End as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-316 Saturn Dreaming of Mercury as Visual Effects

MLM#-316 Saturn Dreaming of Mercury as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-318 Darwin's Eye as Visual Effects

MLM#-318 Darwin's Eye as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-317 Bardo Thodol as Visual Effects

MLM#-317 Bardo Thodol as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-319 Seven and One as Visual Effects

MLM#-319 Seven and One as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-320 Nostalgia as Visual Effects

MLM#-320 Nostalgia as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-321 Via Dolorosa as Visual Effects

MLM#-321 Via Dolorosa as Processing and Telecine

MLM#-322 Goodbye To All That as Visual Effects

MLM#-322 Goodbye To All That as Processing and Telecine

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