Fox is developing a new animated comedy series Dirt Girls, written and executive produced by Victoria Vincent and animation done by Bento Box (Bob’s Burgers).
According to Deadline, the project came through Vincent’s participation in Bento Box’s SkunkWorks program, which is designed to discover, cultivate and develop new creators.
Dirt Girls features two unsupervised kid sisters, Lucy and Pia who live in an alienated suburban neighbourhood, who keep themselves entertained and engaged by any means possible while deal with the confusing, dark aspects of the encroaching adult world.
Vincent served as a director on the Netflix animated series We the People from Barack Obama and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground Productions and Kenya Barris’ Khalabo Ink Society banner. The short-form series concentrated to impart knowledge to people about American civics and citizenship, featuring episodes about the Bill of Rights, the three branches of government, and taxes.
Vincent’s films, always speaks about the feelings of disillusionment and anxiety through the eyes of characters surviving in strange worlds with unique storylines.
Vincent also worked on creating numerous shorts including Fluffy’s Third Eye, Cat City, Bunnyrabbit and the meta animation-about-animation A Dog That Smokes Weed (with Jonni Phillips).