Mychal Simka grew up in Anaheim, California, where he was greatly inspired by Walt Disney. As an adult, he has come to work in the animation industry Disney pioneered. Mychal is the writer, director, and producer of “re-versioned” animated features, meaning he takes movies produced abroad in non-English languages and adapts them for American audiences primarily through editing and rewriting dialog. In the past, Mychal produced three to four feature-length animated films for the home entertainment market annually in cooperation with Lionsgate and partner Grindstone Entertainment. His production company, Simka Entertainment, provided the scripts, celebrity voice talent, original songs, and music score. He wrote, produced, and directed the company’s last four animated films and currently has one animated film in post-production.
Fluent in five languages, Mychal has worked with clients and partners around the world, casting films for producers such as Lars von Trier and consulting for special functions like film festivals and private events. He recently also acquired a state-of-the-art music recording facility and has started producing original songs with the actors of his films. His last Regulation Crowdfunding campaign through First Democracy VC raised the maximum goal of $500,000 for the films “Adventures of Bunny Bravo” and “Un Conejo de Huevos,” which are scheduled for release in 2018.
As more children and teens turn to the internet for entertainment, pop culture studios have become increasingly important in the creation of intelligent, high- quality content. From the producer of the Adventures of Bunny Bravo and the Executive Producer of over 30 specials, documentaries, reality shows, and scripted series comes SuperdopeTV, a brand new multi-channel network that will produce live-action comedy sketches, animated series, celebrity- and brand-sponsored content, and music geared towards Generation Z. The team is already creating a network of writers and actors and is incorporating stars from popular social media platforms as well as trusted names from traditional media like Disney and Nickelodeon.