Published on August 9th, 2011 | by JulieG0
Coming to a TV Near You?
The New York Television Festival Independent Pilot Competition showcases television pilots made by independent producers. In this years, festival there are three pilots for kids. Ruby Skye P.I. is one of them. The others are The Adventures of Chipman and Biscuit Boy and Crib Notes.
The Adventures of Chipman and Biscuit Boy (Animated Children’s Comedy)
Created by: Darren Moroney and David Smith – Perth, Australia
Australian creators Darren Moroney and David Smith take viewers into a world occupied by food items come to life and where potato chip brothers Chipman and Chipler run rival costume emporiums. Seinfeld’s ‘The Soup Nazi’ (Larry Thomas) joins in on the fun.
Crib Notes (Children’s Comedy)
Created by: Joe Narciso – South Orange, NJ
Two-time NYTVF Alum Joe Narciso turns classic novels into comedic musicals with his pilot, Crib Notes.
Ruby Skye P.I. (Children’s Comedy)
Created by: Jill Golick – Toronto, ON, Canada
Ruby Skye P.I. is fast-paced and funny mystery web-series for tweens.
NYTVF runs September 19-24, 2011 and all the pilots will have two public screenings at Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street, New York). Reserved tickets are free, but there is a $4.50 handling charge per order. More at the box office.