30-Second Bunnies Theatre is a Webby Award-winning Flash cartoon series featuring films re-enacted by anthropomorphic animated bunnies in 30 seconds. The series is produced by Angry Alien Productions. The series debuted in 2004, when website creator Jennifer Shiman was looking to create a funny web series. She created a version of The Exorcist, re-enacted by animated bunnies in only 30 seconds. It was a huge hit, prompting Shiman and company to create more "30 second bunny movies".

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  • 30-Second Bunnies Theatre est une série de dessins animés mettant en vedette des lapins qui résument des films célèbres en trente secondes. Elle a gagné deux Webby Award en 2008.
  • 30-Second Bunnies Theatre är en serie kortfilmer gjorda i Flash som finns på Internet och parodierar kända storfilmer. De är producerade av Angry Alien Production.
  • 30-Second Bunnies Theatre – seria animacji flashowych w humorystyczny sposób streszczających znane filmy. Charakterystyczną cechą tych animacji jest fakt, iż bohaterowie filmów zostali zastąpieni humanoidalnymi królikami. Za produkcję serii odpowiada Angry Alien Productions. Seria zadebiutowała w 2004 roku, kiedy Jennifer Shiman, twórczyni strony Angry Alien Productions, postanowiła stworzyć zabawną serię internetową. Stworzyła wtedy 30-sekundowe streszczenie Egzorcysty. Animacja odniosła tak duży sukces, że zachęciła Shiman do stworzenia większej ilości animacji. W 2005 roku Starz! zleciła "króliczej ekipie" wykonanie nowych krótkometrażówek.
  • 30-Second Bunnies Theatre is a Webby Award-winning Flash cartoon series featuring films re-enacted by anthropomorphic animated bunnies in 30 seconds. The series is produced by Angry Alien Productions. The series debuted in 2004, when website creator Jennifer Shiman was looking to create a funny web series. She created a version of The Exorcist, re-enacted by animated bunnies in only 30 seconds. It was a huge hit, prompting Shiman and company to create more "30 second bunny movies". In 2005, the "bunny troupe" was commissioned by Starz! to make new shorts. Each Starz-commissioned re-enactment has premiered on Starz on Demand as well as Starz Ticket before moving online. The series take on Star Wars was also featured on CNN on April 16, 2006. The series took on the popular comedy Borat! Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, which was released to the Starz Bunny Club on January 16, 2007, the day after Sacha Baron Cohen won the Golden Globe for Best Actor (Musical or Comedy). The short can be viewed here. Angry Alien Productions finally released the shorts on DVD on October 20, 2009. However, the Titanic short was included on that film's 4-Disc Special Collector's Edition DVD, released in 2005. In 2007, Crackle became a distributing partner, and as of 2009, has 30 of the shorts on their site. In 2008, the site won two Webby Awards for Online Film and Video/Animation, as well as the People's Voice award in that category. On June 13, 2010, Shiman announced on the 30-Second Bunnies Theatre Website that, after six years and 68 shorts, she was placing the series on hiatus to move on to other pursuits. The final short at the time was a re-enactment of the film Evil Dead II. As of October 2011, Shiman completed three more re-enactments: Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, Freaks (1932) and Michael Dougherty's Trick 'r Treat. After having a baby in January 2012, Shiman has now teamed up with FEARnet to make more horror movie shorts. The most recent shorts are The Cabin in the Woods and Paranormal Activity.
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  • 30-Second Bunnies Theatre is a Webby Award-winning Flash cartoon series featuring films re-enacted by anthropomorphic animated bunnies in 30 seconds. The series is produced by Angry Alien Productions. The series debuted in 2004, when website creator Jennifer Shiman was looking to create a funny web series. She created a version of The Exorcist, re-enacted by animated bunnies in only 30 seconds. It was a huge hit, prompting Shiman and company to create more "30 second bunny movies".
  • 30-Second Bunnies Theatre – seria animacji flashowych w humorystyczny sposób streszczających znane filmy. Charakterystyczną cechą tych animacji jest fakt, iż bohaterowie filmów zostali zastąpieni humanoidalnymi królikami. Za produkcję serii odpowiada Angry Alien Productions. Seria zadebiutowała w 2004 roku, kiedy Jennifer Shiman, twórczyni strony Angry Alien Productions, postanowiła stworzyć zabawną serię internetową. Stworzyła wtedy 30-sekundowe streszczenie Egzorcysty.
  • 30-Second Bunnies Theatre är en serie kortfilmer gjorda i Flash som finns på Internet och parodierar kända storfilmer. De är producerade av Angry Alien Production.
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