Dawn of the DMCA

Well, this is a favorite failure of mine. I was working on ideas with Tom Woodard on a Zombie-themed video for copyright, and I insisted on doing my favorite scene from George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead (you can see the original version of this clip here about 55 seconds in). Well, I got in over my head, despite another fine performance by Andy Rush. Unfortunately, I have since let this footage sit around and collect dust, and I’ve been oddly unmotivated to do anything in terms of editing and framing out the zombie footage.

So, this is an effort to get it up in its raw, unedited state so I don’t have to think about it anymore, and perhaps the fact that it’s so half-assed will irk me enough that I’ll re-visit it sooner rather than later—although, truth be told, I do enjoy half-assed stuff. Either way, at least it will no longer be something I have to think about finishing on a regular basis—this stuff gnaws at me—for I want to end this year strong and unencumbered by half-eaten zombies.

dawn of the dmca from Jim Groom on Vimeo.

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