VANCOUVER — Mainframe Studios, a division of WOW! Unlimited Media, has announced that Rainmaker Studios will be consolidated under the Mainframe Studio header going forward. Originally founded as Mainframe Entertainment, the studio operated as Rainmaker Entertainment for over a decade.
Founded in 1993, Mainframe created the first fully-CG TV series, ReBoot. Since then, they have produced more than 1000 half-hours of TV, over 60 feature-length projects, and two theatrical feature films. Since 2014, the company produced television series under the Mainframe brand and long-form projects under the Rainmaker brand. The consolidation under the Mainframe Studios name adds clarity to their core business and pays tribute to the legacy brand Mainframe Entertainment created.
“This rebrand allows us to really solidify the shift that we’ve had in the last few years from being a mostly service-oriented company to one that is heavily involved in all aspects of the creative process,” commented Mainframe president and CCO, Michael Hefferon. “We’ve been pushing the boundaries both creatively and technologically, and this is evident in the diverse, innovative projects we’re producing with our amazing partners.”
Source: Mainframe Studios