DAILY NEWS: Sneaking a Peak at a New Web Series; BAVC Winners

by Eugene Hernandez and Brian Brooks/indieWIRE

>> Claude Brooks Discusses and Previews Paramount and Atom Films'New WebSeries, "Forty and Shorty"

(indieWIRE/7.20.00) -- A racist mom, a pot-smoking grandmother,
a trailer park "Ho" and a pet that is half dog and half pig.

Characters on a new episode of "South Park?" No, but they are
some of the folks that inhabit the world of "Forty and Shorty," a new
aninmated web series co-created by Claude Brooks' C-to-the-B Productions,
financed by Paramount and distributed on Atom Films. indieWIRE
took a look at the new program and discussed in with creator
Claude Brooks.

Produced by Paramount's Television Group and its Digtial
Entertainment division, in conjunction with Brooks' company,
the Flash animation series marks the Hollywood studio's first
web production.

"Forty and Shorty," created by Brooks and Rick Gomez, has a 26
"webisode" commitment