1. Re: Your Brains

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    from Molly Brown / Added

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    An animated music video for Jonathan Coulton's zombie anthem, Re: Your Brains. My thanks to Jonathan Coulton for making his music available to filmmakers under a Creative Commons license.

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    • Re: Your Brains @UW Stout

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      from Ursula Murray Husted / Added

      This video is the result of a semester's collaboration between UW Stout Entertainment Design students and the music of Jonathan Coulton This film was a learning exercise to prepare for the rest of the semester. All students contributed to all areas of production on this film but the listed advanced students held responsibility in the following areas: Kyle Field- Documentation Taylor Hewitt- Character Design and Task Management Spencer Kromrie- Editing and Post Production Travis Ramsey- Direction Dana Totten- Environment Design Dr.Husted, comics/sequential professor/executive producer 378 Animation Course, Stop Motion Intensive, Entertainment Design Major, Spring 2014 at UW Stout http://www.uwstout.edu/programs/bfaed/ http://uwstout-entertainmentdesign.tumblr.com http://uwstoutcomics.tumblr.com

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      • The Undead Actor's Union

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        from Ryan Searl / Added

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        Set in a world where the undead crudley coexist with the living, zombies deal with daily bigotry and are often forced to be extras in low buddget horror films (one of the few industries they can get hired in). Scripted, filmed, and edited in less than one month's time by high school seniors Ryan Searl and Kyle Post, this quirky entry to The Cabin In The Woods Horror Spoof Contest provides a new look at the conventional zombie film. Special thanks to Jonathan Coulton and his assiatant Scarface for allowing us the rights to use the song "Re: Your Brains". All feedback is appreciated, contact us at: toughcookiepictures@gmail.com

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        • Copyright Project

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          from Philip Hurd / Added

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          This is my copyright project for my Intro to Music Software class at Capital University. The song is Re: Your Brains by Jonathan Coulton. His website can be found here:http://www.jonathancoulton.com/

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          • Jonathan Coulton in Raleigh - Re: Your Brains

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            Recorded in Raleigh at Lincoln Theatre on Dec 2, 2010. JoCo, along with Paul and Storm, put on a great show. Flickr set of images from the show here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kakissel/sets/72157625523324632/ It's a bit shaky, as I am still getting used to doing handheld video.

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            • The Bacon Explosion

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              from Tommy Penner / Added

              At our monthly gaming night, a buddy of mine decided to make the Bacon Explosion for us. The Bacon Explosion is bacon, wrapped with sausage, wrapped with bacon, layered with barbecue sauce. Audio excerpts from the Wikipedia entry for Bacon Explosion: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacon_explosion Music: Jonathan Coulton - Re: Your Brains (karaoke/instrumental), under a Creative Commons license.

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              • Red, White & DEAD: the 2009 Fremont Zombie Walk

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                This is it, the semi-official video of the World Record 2009 Fremont, Seattle zombie walk. And contrary to the rumors, yes, we did break the record. We expect official certification of that this week. Many thanks to Ryan & Jon for inviting me to take part in this: it was a blast, guys! Also, additional thanks to Michael, for giving me the starting pointers on how to use this newfangled video editing tool thingies. :)

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