A period space-race drama is inspired by the real-life tale of a group of African-American female mathematicians — Dorothy Vaughn, Mary Jackson and Katherine Johnson — who helped put astronaut John Glenn into orbit.
Dick Figures is an American adult animated web comedy series created and written by Ed Skudder and Zack Keller. The series, featuring two stick figures named Red and Blue who are best friends, aired for the first time on November 18, 2010. Episodes, which are typically under 4-minutes in length, are distributed on YouTube by Mondo Media. The series is aimed at mature audiences. In 2012, Zack Keller was nominated for an Annie Award in the Directing in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production category for the episode titled Kung Fu Winners. Most episodes are rated TV-MA with a select few having been given a TV-14 rating.
The series, comprising 40 episodes, has been viewed over 250 million times.
After raising $313,000 on KickStarter, a feature-length Dick Figures film has been produced at Six Point Harness and distributed by Mondo. The 73-minute film became available on all major digital platforms on September 17, 2013, including the new independent movie streaming site, Yekra.
Hidden is a 2011 British television drama starring Philip Glenister, Thekla Reuten, Anna Chancellor, Michael Winder, Andrew Scarborough and David Suchet which debuted on BBC One on 6 October 2011. The four part series was directed by Niall MacCormick, produced by Christopher Hall and written by Ronan Bennett.
Deep within a dark, twisted forest, at a faraway adventure camp, a group of young 'camp leaders' play a fast and furious game of 'hide and seek'. The atmosphere is strange and thick with tension - there is a feeling in the air that all is not well. Alliances are formed; relationships are tested, and in some cases disintegrate to the point of violence. All the while they are being watched by someone... or something. In a spectacular climax, the mystery begins to unravel as everything becomes suddenly and painfully clear. The shocking, violent truth is far worse than could ever have been imagined...