MAD GOD is a fully practical stop-motion film set in a Miltonesque world of monsters, mad scientists, and war pigs.


In 1987, legendary visual effects and stop-motion craftsman Phil Tippett embarked upon an ambitious personal project, fabricating and animating a darkly surreal world in which the creatures and nightmares of his imagination could roam free.  Phil produced dozens of environments and hundreds of puppets for the project, filling notebook after notebook with thousands of detailed sketches and storyboards. 


Decades after the success of Tippett Studio forced production into stasis, a group of animators at Tippett Studio came upon boxes of shelved props and puppets.  After viewing the original footage, they convinced Phil to resurrect the project.  The small group began volunteering their weekends to MAD GOD, and before long it had snowballed into a crew of more than 60 artists.  A wildly successful KickStarter campaign provided funding for materials and equipment.


Each piece of MAD GOD is hand crafted, independent and created from the heart.  Sometimes that heart is bursting with love for the craft, while other times it's macabre, punctured, and bleeding. MAD GOD is a mature film crafted from techniques & technologies that span the history of cinema and the career of a true animation mastermind.


The first chapters of MAD GOD were unleashed on the world via Kickstarter campaigns.

Starting in August, 2021 - MAD GOD debuts as a Feature Film, combining the earlier chapters and adding 30+ additional minutes of content to fulfill Phil Tippett's 30-year vision.

At this time, DVD sales and Online Distribution of the "chapters" has been suspended.  When a theatrical and digital distribution partner have been decided, we will announce news of where you can see or own MAD GOD on a movie screen, BluRay DVD, or digital streaming platform.


Ready your eyes.  Ready your souls.


This is gonna be good


PRESS CONTACT:   Prodigy Public Relations

Erik Bright

Taylor Shannon


The official website for Phil Tippett's experimental stop-motion masterpiece.
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