Hollywood-based indie Woodholly Prods. is tipping its hat to short films with its one-hour TV series “Short End Theater.”The company is in talks with distribs over its 13 one-hour episodes (or 26 half-hours). Each episode will show two to four shorts, preceded by an intro. The company says that all the films are award-winners, including prizes from festivals, schools and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. The pilot includes ‘ 91 Oscar nominee “Bronx Cheers.” Other Woodholly offerings include “Popcorn Kids,”a weekly guide to new entertainment featuring a boy and girl who will rate movies, homevid releases and kidvid fare. Also up for the company are docudrama video magazine”Police Gazette” and “Secrets of Success,” profiling success stories from the world of business, sports and entertainment, produced with Oracle Entertainment.
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