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ShadowMachine
IndustryAnimation
Founded1999; 25 years ago (1999)
FoundersAlex Bulkley
Corey Campodonico
Headquarters,
U.S.
Number of locations
2
Products
Websitewww.shadowmachine.com

ShadowMachine is an American animation studio and production company for film, television, commercials and music videos.

Since its early days producing the stop-motion animation show Robot Chicken, the company has been producing such shows as Moral Orel, Mary Shelley's Frankenhole, The Shivering Truth and Titan Maximum for Adult Swim. Afterwards, the company produced BoJack Horseman, for Michael Eisner's Tornante Company, starring Will Arnett, Aaron Paul, and Amy Sedaris, as well as Tuca & Bertie, starring Tiffany Haddish, Ali Wong, and Steven Yeun.[1]

Films

Release date Film Director Co-producers Distributor
March 17, 2006 The Zodiac Alex Bulkley Myriad Pictures and Blackwater Films THINKFilm
October 2, 2015 Hell and Back Tom Gianas and Ross Shuman N/A Freestyle Releasing
May 24, 2019 Booksmart[2] Olivia Wilde Annapurna Pictures and Gloria Sanchez Productions Annapurna Pictures
December 9, 2022 Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio[3] Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson Netflix Animation, Double Dare You! and The Jim Henson Company Netflix
TBA The Buried Giant[4] Guillermo del Toro Netflix Animation
Miss Camel[5] Haifaa Al-Mansour N/A N/A
Untitled Bob the Builder film[6] N/A Mattel Films and Nuyorican Productions N/A

Television

Year Series Creator(s) Co-producers Network
2005–2012 Robot Chicken (seasons 1–5) Seth Green and Matthew Senreich Stoopid Monkey, Williams Street and Sony Pictures Digital Adult Swim
2005–2009 Moral Orel Dino Stamatopoulos Fragical Productions and Williams Street
2009 Titan Maximum Matthew Senreich and Tom Root Stoopid Monkey, Williams Street and Tom Is Awesome
2010 Mary Shelley's Frankenhole Dino Stamatopoulos Fragical Productions and Williams Street
2014–2016 TripTank Various Comedy Partners Comedy Central
2014–2020 BoJack Horseman Raphael Bob-Waksberg The Tornante Company and Boxer vs. Raptor Netflix
2016 Greatest Party Story Ever N/A Four Peaks Media Group and Den of Thieves MTV
2017 Jeff & Some Aliens Sean Donnelly and Alessandro Minoli Comedy Partners Comedy Central
2018–2021 Final Space Olan Rogers Star Cadet, Conaco, Studio T (Season 1), New Form Digital and Jam Filled Entertainment TBS (season 1) / Adult Swim (seasons 2 and 3)
2018 Dallas & Robo Mike Roberts N/A YouTube Red
2018–2020 The Shivering Truth[7] Vernon Chatman PFFR and Williams Street Adult Swim
2019–2022 Tuca & Bertie Lisa Hanawalt The Tornante Company, Brave Dummy, Boxer vs. Raptor (season 1), Vegan Blintzes (seasons 2 and 3) and Williams Street (seasons 2 and 3) Netflix (season 1) / Adult Swim (seasons 2 and 3)
2021–present Ten Year Old Tom Steve Dildarian Work Friends LLC, Tomorrow Studios and Insane Loon Productions HBO Max (season 1) / Max (season 2–present)
2022 The Afterparty (episode 6) Christopher Miller Lord Miller Productions, Sony Pictures Television Studios and TriStar Television Apple TV+
Little Demon[8] Darcy Fowler, Seth Kirschner and Kieran Valla Jersey 2nd Avenue, Evil Hag Productions, Harmonious Claptrap, Atomic Cartoons and FXP FXX
2023 Praise Petey[9][10] Anna Drezen Gorgeous Horse Productions, The Monica Padrick Company, Bandera Entertainment and 20th Television Animation Freeform
2023–present Clone High (season 2–present)[11] Phil Lord, Christopher Miller and Bill Lawrence Doozer, Lord Miller Productions and MTV Entertainment Studios Max
Strange Planet[12] Dan Harmon and Nathan W. Pyle Mercury Filmworks, Harmonious Claptrap, Nathan W Pyle and Apple Studios Apple TV+
2024–present In the Know[13] Mike Judge, Brandon Gardner and Zach Woods Oregon Film, Bandera Entertainment and Universal Television Peacock
TBA Chuck Deuce[14] Dan Harmon Harmonious Claptrap and Williams Street Adult Swim
Galaga Chronicles[15] Roberto Orci Bandai Namco Entertainment and The Nuttery Entertainment N/A
Milepost 88[16] Mark Gustafson N/A

Specials

Release date Special Co-producers Network
June 17, 2007 Robot Chicken: Star Wars Lucasfilm, Stoopid Monkey, Williams Street and Sony Pictures Digital Adult Swim
November 16, 2008 Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II
December 19, 2010 Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode III
December 19, 2014 BoJack Horseman: Sabrina's Christmas Wish The Tornante Company and Boxer vs. Raptor Netflix
November 26, 2021 5 More Sleeps 'til Christmas Electric Hot Dog and Universal Television NBC

Music videos

Year Song Artists Label
2000 Last Time Downer Roadrunner Records
2011 End to the Lies Jane's Addiction Capitol Records
2011 Irresistible Force
2011 Narcissistic Cannibal Korn Roadrunner Records
2012 Put the Gun Down ZZ Ward Hollywood Records
2014 Blue Moon Beck Capitol Records

Advertising

As the studio has grown, they have also taken on work with various advertising campaigns with high-profile clients such as Honda. It was also honored at the ADDY Awards for an ad campaign with Farmers Insurance, directed by Jed Hathaway.

Year Category Company Advertisement Agency Director
2011 Online Farmers Insurance “Meet the Wongs” RPA Jed Hathaway
2011 Online Farmers Insurance “The Cat Burglar” RPA Jed Hathaway
2011 Online Farmers Insurance “Dude of Hazards” RPA Jed Hathaway
2011 Online Farmers Insurance “Le Petite Disastre” RPA Jed Hathaway

Awards

Film

Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref.
Hollywood Music in Media Awards November 16, 2022 Music Themed Film, Biopic or Musical Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio Nominated [45]
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards December 11, 2022 Best Animated Film Won [46]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards December 12, 2022 Best Animated Feature Won [47]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards December 14, 2022 Best Animated Film Pinocchio Won [48]
Utah Film Critics Association December 17, 2022 Best Animated Feature Pinocchio Runner-up [49]
St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards December 18, 2022 Best Animated Film Pinocchio Nominated [50]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association December 19, 2022 Best Picture 8th place [51]
Best Animated Film Won
Florida Film Critics Circle December 22, 2022 Best Animated Film Pinocchio Nominated [52]
[53]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists January 5, 2023 Best Animated Film Pinocchio Won [54]
San Diego Film Critics Society January 6, 2023 Best Animated Film Pinocchio Won [55]
Best Visual Effects Nominated
Toronto Film Critics Association January 8, 2023 Best Animated Film Runner-up [56]
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle January 9, 2023 Best Animated Feature Won [57]
Austin Film Critics Association January 10, 2023 Best Animated Film Pinocchio Nominated [58]
Golden Globe Awards January 10, 2023 Best Animated Feature Film Pinocchio Won [59]
Georgia Film Critics Association January 13, 2023 Best Animated Film Pinocchio Won [60]
[61]
Critics' Choice Movie Awards January 15, 2023 Best Animated Feature Won [62]
Seattle Film Critics Society January 17, 2023 Best Animated Feature Pinocchio Nominated [63]
[64]
Online Film Critics Society January 23, 2023 Best Animated Feature Won [65]
Visual Effects Society Awards February 15, 2023 Outstanding Visual Effects in an Animated Feature Aaron Weintraub, Jeffrey Schaper, Cameron Carson, Emma Gorbey Won [66]
Houston Film Critics Society February 18, 2023 Best Picture Pinocchio Nominated [67]
[68]
Best Animated Feature Won
Art Directors Guild Awards February 18, 2023 Excellence in Production Design for an Animated Film Guy Davis, Curt Enderle Won [69]
British Academy Film Awards February 19, 2023 Best Animated Film Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson, Gary Ungar, Alex Bulkley Won [70]
Hollywood Critics Association Awards February 24, 2023 Best Animated Film Pinocchio Won [71]
[72]
Producers Guild of America Awards February 25, 2023 Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures Guillermo Del Toro, Gary Ungar, and Alex Bulkley Won [73]
[74]
Annie Awards February 25, 2023 Best Animated Feature Pinocchio Won [75]
Golden Reel Awards February 26, 2023 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Editing – Feature Animation Scott Martin Gershin, Masanobu "Tomi" Tomita, Andrew Vernon, Dan Gamache, Dan O'Connell, John Cucci Won [76]
Outstanding Achievement in Music Editing – Feature Motion Picture Lewis Morison, Eric Caudieux, Chris Barret Nominated
Satellite Awards March 3, 2023 Best Motion Picture – Animated or Mixed Media Pinocchio Nominated [77]
[78]
Cinema Audio Society Awards March 4, 2023 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture – Animated Jon Taylor, Frank Montaño, Peter Cobbin, Tavish Grade Won [79]
American Cinema Editors Awards March 5, 2023 Best Edited Animated Feature Film Ken Schretzmann, Holly Klein Won [80]
Academy Awards March 12, 2023 Best Animated Feature Film Guillermo del Toro, Mark Gustafson, Gary Ungar and Alex Bulkley Won [81]

Television

The studio has received a high level of recognition for their work in Television, including multiple Emmy and Annie Awards on behalf of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and ASIFA-Hollywood, respectively.

Year Award Category Winner
2006 Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Sarah E. Meyer - Robot Chicken: Easter Chicken
2007 Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Thomas Smith - Robot Chicken: Lust For Puppets
Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Sihanouk Mariona - Moral Orel: The Lord's Prayer
2008 Annie Outstanding Character Animation In a TV Production Eric Towner - Robot Chicken
Annie Best Directing in an Animated Television Production Seth Green - Robot Chicken: Star Wars
2009 Annie Best Voice Acting In a TV Production Ahmed Best - Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II
Annie Best Writing in an Animated Television Production or Short Form Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II
Annie Best Animated Television Production Robot Chicken: Star Wars
Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Savelen Forrest - Robot Chicken: Star Wars Episode II
Emmy Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Elizabeth Harvatine - Moral Orel: Sacrifice
2010 Annie Best Animated Short Subject Robot Chicken: Star Wars
Emmy Outstanding Costumes for a Variety/Music Program or a Special Jeanette Moffat - Titan Maximum: Went to Party, Got Crabs
Emmy Outstanding Short Form Animated Program Robot Chicken: Full-Assed Christmas Special
2016 Critics' Choice Best Animation Series BoJack Horseman

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