‘Birds of a Feather’ creators say they’re ‘doing a lot of work for the future’

The creators of a sci-fi-fantasy-themed animated film are now working on a project that’s more than just an interactive short.

The Birds of a Gray Feather (BOGF) team is working on an interactive story based on their new short, BOGF, and is now offering the opportunity to be a part of the project.

The story will feature a female-led group of survivors that have survived the alien invasion and are now living in a post-apocalyptic world.

This is the team’s first animated short and they’re hoping to capture a similar feel to the short’s other work.

“It’s been a fun process.

We’re really excited about BOGS, because we know it has a lot to offer.

It’s an ambitious project, and we hope to create something that people will be able to share with their friends,” said Dan Dibbs, the team behind BOGP, in a statement.

The animated short will feature female characters and a cast of unique voices from different cultures and ethnicities.

The team hopes to use this experience to help educate audiences about the importance of diversity and inclusion in the entertainment industry.

“We’ve been really fortunate to have such a wide and diverse community of artists and creators who are eager to contribute to BOGs story and provide insight into the history and future of this series,” said co-creator Dan Dibiels.BOGP is a story about the survival of a group of female survivors who survive on a post apocalyptic world.

The group’s story begins with a female warrior who has the power to manipulate her surroundings.

She’s then confronted by an alien who wants to kill her.

“Our story is about our group of survivalists who are facing a challenge to their survival, and they are forced to fight for survival,” said producer Ben Brancato in a news release.

“The story is rooted in the science fiction and fantasy genres of films and comics and we want to show that diversity is part of our human history and culture,” he added.

BogP will premiere in theaters across the U.S. on March 12.