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Mitchell Kriegman (2014)

Mitchell Kriegman is an American filmmaker dedicated to developing innovative content for film and television. His production company, Big Big Productions, developed the patented technique called Shadowmation which utilizes real time virtual sets and Bunraku style team puppetry. Among his many honors, he has received numerous Emmys and Parents Choice awards for his work in children's programming. He's the father of three children, each three years apart in age. His latest project, It's a Big Big World is in production at Wainscott Studios, an animation and production facility in Wainscott, New York. As a screenwriter he has written for Universal, Disney and Columbia Pictures. He also wrote the story and co-wrote the screenplay Elmo in Grouchland with Joey Mazzarino the screenplay for the Sesame Street movie The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland, a co-production with Sesame Workshop and The Jim Henson Company and Columbia Pictures, as well as the script for the Bear in the Big Blue House stage show. At Nickelodeon he created Clarissa Explains It All and was the Executive Story Editor on Rugrats, The Ren and Stimpy Show, Doug, and Rocko's Modern Life.

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About the Mitchell Kriegman Interview

Hi, I am Mitchell Kriegman and I’m most commonly known as the guy who created CLARISSA EXPLAINS IT ALL!

I also created BEAR IN THE BIG BLUE HOUSE and IT’S A BIG BIG WORLD, worked on REN & STIMPY with John Kricfalusi, DOUG, RUGRATS, ROCKO’S MODERN LIFE, and SNL for a very short… weird… time.

I published my first novel this fall and have a modern-day Clarissa sequel on the way next year called Things I Can't Explain.

Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of the last episode of CLARISSA and I want to answer your questions! AMA!

https://twitter.com/mkfresh1/status/540607407043256320

Note: Thanks so much for the great questions everyone! I gotta go but if you want to stay in touch or get more info about Things I Can't Explain, let me know via my personal website. See ya!

Mitchell Kriegman Dec 04, 2014