Plucky Chickens Take on Hot Topics on EGGZACTLY TV

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Can't laugh about the state of affairs in America? Need a weekly videotoon chuckle? Tune in to EGGZACTLY: A Bird's Eye View from two birds who really do give a cluck (

Look out! Here comes the odd couple of the poultry world, Fiona and Zee, to a computer near you. Fiona and Zee, two crazy chickens, combine informed and opinionated with naive and optimist. Every week, these plucky chickens take on a hot topic and ruffle a few feathers. It's a no holds bar lampoon of people and events in the news. Fiona never takes flight from the tough issues. Zee is the "Everychicken" of social commentators. Many TV personalities may walk on eggshells, but not these two wisequackers. It's like listening to Jon Stewart with feathers.

Episode 1    Hillary
Episode 2    Beijing Olympics
Episode 3    Rebate Check

Tune in to hear what Fiona and Zee think about the economy, the Olympics, the presidential election…. you name it. New episodes of EGGZACTLY are available bimonthly at EGGZACTLY TV ( This link will also take you to the podcast, Youtube, Fiona Chicken's MySpace page, and the Images In Motion website. Subscribe on Youtube and you'll know eggzactly when the latest Eggzactly episode is posted. Broadcast quality downloads are available, free, upon request.

EGGZACTLY TV is a production of Images In Motion Inc. The companies' principles, Lee Armstrong & Kamela Portuges-Robbins, bring Zee and Fiona to life. They have brought their puppetry magic to such films and TV shows as "Being John Malkovich", "James & the Giant Peach" and "Fraggle Rock". Other EGGZACTLY credits include Writer/Lighting Designer, Bill Ferguson ("Kids in the Hall" and "The Jim Henson Hour".) Puppets designed by Kamela Portuges-Robbins. Editors: Kamela Portuges-Robbins and Kieron Robbins. Webmaster: Kieron Robbins.

Images in Motion Inc., develops puppetry and animation for TV and film. The talented Images in Motion Inc. team designs and build puppets, provides puppeteers and crews and full services from pre to post. They also create toy prototypes, masks and radio and cable-controlled creatures. Images in Motion Inc., is based in Sonoma, CA. The company has received six Regional Emmys. IIM work has been a key part of videos that have earned awards from the National Education Media Network (NEMN), the National Ad Council, the Telly Awards, Parent's Choice, KidsFirst, DOVE, a UNIMA Citation of Excellence, and many more. Clients include Gramercy Films, LeapFrog's "Little Leaps", Disney's "Baby Einstein", Industrial Light & Magic, Mattel, Crayola, Cartoon Network, Playalong and Roundtable Pizza.

Kamela Portuges is Fiona Chicken on EGGZACTLY TV. This multitalented artist is the recipient of three regional Emmys, as a writer, puppeteer and production designer. She has over twenty years experience in designing puppets and puppet sets for TV. Credits include "James and the Giant Peach" "MonkeyBone" "Being John Malkovich" "Little Leaps" "BiCentennial Man" and "Life Aquatic" Commercial work includes ESPN, Panasonic, Best Buy, Mercedes Benz, Round Table Pizza, etc. She is one of America's foremost celebrity doll sculptor's and her work is seen in stores around the world. Kamela has degrees in Theater, Science and Marketing.

Lee Armstrong is Zee Chicken on EGGZACTLY TV. She has over twenty five years experience as a TV producer and puppeteer and is the recipient of two Regional Emmys as producer and puppeteer. Her credits include everything from "Being John Malkovich and "MonkeyBone" to Jim Henson's "Fraggle Rock" "Follow That Bird," "Mustard Pancakes" for PBS and "Little Leaps" for Leapfrog Toys. Commercials include puppeteering for Best Buy, Mercedes Benz, Round Table Pizza, Bell Canada, Gold Seal Seafood, etc. She has a degree in Theater and received two Canada Council grants for her work in puppetry. Lee is the Video Production Consultant for Puppeteers of America.

Broadcast quality downloads of EGGZACTLY are available, free, upon request.

High resolution photos are available at then the Press page. Additional information at or contact Lee Armstrong at (707) 996-9474


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