Check out this very cool musical flash mob at Grand Central Station and how the police didn’t dig it.
Yonder Music, a new, mobile-only digital music service challenged one brave commuter to Unlock Unlimited Music at Grand Central Terminal. The result… a mini performance of pop hits with some “minor” interferences. The feel- good disruption left unsuspecting onlookers with smiles on their faces.
Yonder is bringing disruption to the industry by unlocking music for all – and challenging viewers to do the same. Surprise an unsuspecting person with a song in public and share the outcome with us @YonderMusicInc, using #UnlockTheMusic via your favorite social channel.
By tagging #Unlockthemusic when you share your video, you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to win the same confiscated, new HTC ONE M8 smartphone loaded with Yonder – a mobile music app that gives unlimited access to millions of songs for download and play, without commercials.
Yonder will give away one phone per week, for four weeks (June 12th – July 10th)
Details and rules are below:
1. Videotape yourself singing in your favorite public place
2. Share your video on Instagram / Twitter / Vine or other social channels using #Unlockthemusic
3. Follow @Yondermusicinc on Twitter
Filmed in a single, six-minute take, this is the story of two feuding exes who are unfortunately reunited while grocery shopping, resulting in a very awkward, very public display of spite. Written and directed by Thane Economou.
Okay, so what happens if zombies, like, start to take over your college campus? OMG. That’s so inconvenient. But, so, what do you do? I mean, what if your bff turns into a real zombie? Do you run away, try to kill her or just go with the flow? Seriously?
Thanks to Ashley Marie of Flagler College for this very funny and cool short.
Thank you to Stefan Vogt in Germany for letting us know about his too funny animated short called Why Does Everybody Like Sausage? Just goes to show what you can do with a little budget and lots of creativity…oh, an sausage.
What if Martin Scorsese had made It’s A Wonderful Life on Wall Street? What if George Bailey had gone to work for Mr. Potter? You’d get The Wolf of Bedford Falls, a brilliant parody trailer by the always hysterical Owen Weber.