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Rubix Entertainment
Type Public
Industry Film
Founded 1983
Founder(s) Colin Conklin
Samuel Merritt
Braden Perry
Anderson Konishi
Headquarters Cincinnati, Ohio
Key people Colin Conklin
Samuel Merritt
Braden Perry
Anderson Konishi
Products Motion pictures
Subsidiaries Splash Animation
DJW Studios
Bhucker Films
Rubix Television (shows)
Rubix Records (albums)
Rubix Interactive (video games)

Rubix Entertainment is an American film production / sub-release company founded by film producers Colin Conklin, Samuel Merritt, Braden Perry, and Anderson Konishi in 1983. It is best known for its films Moon Station and Graham's Hammers directed by Garreck Hansen and Michael Grusby. It produced a lot of live-action films before successfully entering co-production with the stick figure animation company DJW Studios in 1995, four years before the release of their first feature film The Landrums in November 1999. Eventually, the company's first motion capture film The Mystery of Minneapolis was released on January 17, 2003, and the first computer-animated film, Jimmy & Sam 3000, was released on November 22, 2006.


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