SOURCE: FFMI

July 07, 2008 07:59 ET

Second Webisode/Mobisode of "CybeRacers" Available Free at Famous Frames Mobile Interactive (www.FFMI.com)

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - July 7, 2008) - The second webisode/mobisode of "CybeRacers," the first CGI series being created exclusively for wireless/mobile and broadband delivery, is now available to view for free at Famous Frames Mobile Interactive (www.FFMI.com), It was announced by Mark C. Miller, CEO.

Webisode #2 of "CybeRacers" is titled "Getting Lucky" and shows the central character Apollo falling in love with a mysterious woman after he saves her from an attack by a giant shark. An action thriller set in the distant future, "CybeRacers" is being offered in three minute webisodes/mobisodes and will eventually emerge as a full-length feature film.

Other animated series that can be viewed for free at www.ffmi.com include "The Three Stooges," which brings back the legendary American icons for their first appearance in 50 years in a co-production with C3 Entertainment; Duff Clawson's "The Lucky Shop of Xao Fung," a film noir chiller with unexpected twists and turns that was created and produced exclusively for the small screen by Duff Clawson and Mike Low of Zucca Volante, LLP; and "Guy Henry" and "Girlband," irreverent new comedies from the artist known as Burpo.

"CybeRacers" director and co-creator Gun Ho Jang began working on "CybeRacers" in 2001 when online games began to be popular around the world. "People who were once into console-based games suddenly became excited about what the online world was all about and the idea of playing against competitors from other countries," said Jang. "I began to think about an online racing game although I was more focused on online content that was exciting and interactive. After the Matrix trilogy, I began asking myself 'What's the next world after that?'"

"CybeRacers" is produced by FFMI in association with South Korean animation and special effects leader Morph Studios (a Famous Frames, Inc. exclusive U.S. territory animation/special effects client) and Peconic Pictures.

FFMI is a unique, forward-looking venture and an extension of the deep talent roster of Famous Frames, Inc., America's largest storyboard artist agency that is currently celebrating its 20th anniversary. FFMI specializes in animation of all styles in-house and offers a wide variety of graphic content including: mobile movies (some as time released serial content), animated messages and greetings, graphic novels, games, screensavers & wallpapers, and ringtones.

FFMI and F2D (Famous Frames Digital) go beyond the talent pool of Famous Frames to team up with content providers and partners looking to reach out and connect with their target audiences. The digital platform of FFMI is tomorrow's new technology delivered today. Designed for New Hollywood, the platform is also designed for ad marketing service agencies, direct/event and promotional marketers who want to incorporate robust video management, delivery, and reporting (digital dashboards) into their campaigns to take advantage of the shift in budgets to interactive by leading brands.

FFMI uses a multi-channel digital delivery platform (nGen TV™/nGen Mobile™) to distribute product across a wide variety of mobile and wireless devices.

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