Web series and web video bits from around the internet worth clicking today:

The Battery's StreamyFor Your Consideration – The Battery’s Down, the musical theater loving web series from New York-based creator Jake Wilson put out today what appears to be the first ever musical For Your Consideration video for The Streamy Awards (above). The riff on “All I Want For Christmas” stars former Wicked star Shoshana Bean and doubles as the show’s holiday release. Wilson and co. have officially raised the bar for FYI campaigns this year. [YouTube]

TheStream.tv raised over $7300 in 24hrs for a charity—The Pablove Foundation—that helps kids with cancer this past weekend during their live on-air #streamathon. Now that’s making good use of live web shows! [theStream.tv]

Dinosaur Diorama made a holiday video of their own, a “special extra-funny” episode of their Greg & Donny series—”Gregeneezer and the Three Monsters” (below). Will Gregeneezer avoid the fate of his old partner, Jacob Donny? [Dinosaur Diorama]

Rodrigo Blaas, a Pixar Studios animator, released his first ever independent short film, Alma, online this week for a limited time. [almasortfilm]

The Bannen Way hasn’t officially launched online yet, but that didn’t stop them from getting it up on Amazon as a pre-order. The action web series will premiere on Crackle on January 6th, and it’s making its Amazon debut January 8th. [Amazon]

Green Screens are everywhere. This ChromaKey video out of Russia mashes up the hundreds of TV shows that use green screen to beef up their environments. [YouTube]