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Hi everyone! Check out Episode 2 of our new Toronto-made sci-fi mystery web series MARKED, starring Aman Corr & Lena Burmenko!

Watch Episode 2 "Sisters" here:

For immediate release For Further Information contact:
Tony Diana
Phone: 860-882-9296

Spider Rose: A surreal web series

Butterfleye Films presents Spider Rose a six part surreal web series. Each episode uses a different form of surrealism to tell its story. Varied artists also contributed musically and artistically.

"I have always wanted to make a real surreal story" Said Tony Diana, creator of Spider Rose. "From Dali to Lynch I have been moved to try and be worthy of the surreal concepts."

Truth is a girl who believes she is becoming a goddess, the only thing standing in her way is The Shadow, a terrible demon who wants to stop her. Truth slowly starts to remember her life before ascension and as she escapes to various realities her past haunts and reminds her which leads to her doubting her godhood and revealing a darker truth.
SpiderRose will be released in two parts. Episodes 1-3 on Friday October 13th and Episodes 4-6 on October 31st

"So many artists have contributed to this project that I am moved" Said Tony Diana "I wanted this to be an Ars gratia artis project from the get go."

For more information contact Tony Diana at
you can see the series here:


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New Comedic Series "kidadults" Debuts on November 1st!

The award-nominated new digital series "kidadults" will make it's debut on Youtube on November 1st with three additional episodes to follow on November 8th, 15th and 29th.

Starring Roxy Shabestari and Grant O'Connell, kidadults tells the story of Roxy, a hardened first generation Persian-American who escaped her traditional Middle-Eastern home to live her life on her own debaucherous terms and Grant, an earnest and sheltered rich boy from the East Coast, who left behind his over-supportive family to live the life of a "starving artist" in LA.

The pair's comedy dynamic is reminiscent of screwball comedies like Some Like It Hot and The Odd Couple while providing an It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia/Workaholics-style comedic edge.

For more information, check out or contact the show's producer, Jeremy Kopp, at

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GuessAgain: Web based Horror Series.

Pledge now to claim your REWARD. Only on #Kickstarter

#webseries #horrorfilm #crowdfunding

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Episode 5 of "Jim Morrison Goes to Hell to Save the Soul of Rock N Roll" debuted this week. check it out @

all episodes can be seen on youtube or through the website link @

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Lion and Mouse Productions
Contact: Anna Maria Hozian
Telephone: 203-461-1230
Email: annamariahozian@gmail or

October 5, 2017

Other People’s Children (OPC) aims squarely for misdirected rage, lowered expectations, Munchausen by Proxy and Sweden. OPC finds its target in this hilarious new web series from Lion and Mouse Productions

CHICAGO, IL, October 5, 2017— The new comedy web series, Other People’s Children, looks at current social issues: bullying, feminism, Creationism, Common Core, social castes and bribery – and those are the just the parents…

Set in the fictional world of Hopkins Elementary second grade, the young and idealistic Margot Antler settles into the classroom to fill in for the previous teacher who has gone on maternity leave… permanently. Antler wonders why until she begins to meet with the various parents of the children she longs to inspire (or survive).

Starring up-and-coming comedic powerhouse Atra Asdou as the beleaguered Ms. Antler, Other People’s Children features talent from the pantheon of the Chicago comedy scene: Brooke Breit, Michael Tepeli, Scott Morehead, Sara Sevigny, Jeff Garretson, Ryan Kitley, Victor Holstein, Karisa Bruin, Ronald L. Conner, Mary Cross, Lorena Diaz, Meg Elliot and Minita Gandhi.

This tongue-placed-firmly-in-cheek mockumentary is the brainchild of DuPaul Screenwriting professors Anna Maria Hozian and Brad Riddell. Hozian and Riddell are also parents of children who attend school in the same district and it quickly became clear to them that while often motivated from a place of parental concern or a desire for their children to succeed, some parents manifested traits that were ripe for comedic exploration. And Other People’s Children does just that. Says Hozian, “We wanted to create something that captured those qualities and frames them in a funny, satirical way that allows parents to say, ‘I know someone like her!’ or ‘I've done that!’ We also really, really love teachers, and we wanted to give them a good laugh at our expense!”

Riddell is the creative mind behind American Pie: Band Camp – one of the highest-grossing live-action DVD releases in history, and now syndicated on TBS. Additionally, Riddell has written four produced feature films for Hollywood studios including Paramount, MTV, and Universal. His most recent film, Crooked Arrows, was released nationally in theaters in 2012. His directorial debut, Ten More (2016), is playing on the festival circuit. Brad earned an MFA in Screenwriting from the University of Southern California.

Hozian was one of twelve women chosen for the inaugural New York Women in Film & Television’s Writers Lab, funded by Meryl Streep. Her film scripts have placed in the Semifinals and Quarterfinals of the Academy's Nicholl Fellowship and won the Gold Award for Drama in the Page International Screenwriting Awards. She was a semifinalist in 2015 for the Samuel Goldwyn Award from the University of California system and holds her MFA from the University of California. Her short film, The Guitar Lesson, was a selection for the Illinois International Film Festival in 2012. Currently, her feature-length screenplay, Anchor Baby, is with Lynmar Entertainment; and she is also developing a feature for Kickstart Entertainment.

Other People’s Children features nine conveniently bingeable episodes, in entertaining 3-4 minute segments. As this will undoubtedly leave viewers wanting more, Hozian and Riddell are keen to take the series to prime time and let the world laugh at Hopkins’ Elementary and themselves.

About Other People’s Children:
Synopsis: Margot Antler dreams of becoming a renowned novelist with a three-book deal and a summerhouse in Ghent. Reality check: she's a rookie second-grade teacher about to experience the insanity of parent/teacher conferences for the first time! In each episode, Ms. Antler finds herself across the table from adults behaving like children, and slowly comes to realize it's not her students who have problems, it's their parents.
For more information and news about Other People’s Children, please visit

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Hey guys theres a new madtown ! Paying tribute to hugh hefner in a way.

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Hey guys and gals and aliens from other worlds watching waiting to kill us is raining in madtown
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