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Music Jail
Directed by
Jeremy Galante, David Cowles

USA / 2015 / 3
minutes

North American Premiere

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SHORTS: Animation.

SYNOPSIS:
Where you going buddy? Won't you come with me to music jail? The "Week 4" video of They Might Be Giants' 2015 Dial-A-Song project.
BIO:
Since 2004, Jeremy Galante has directed and produced a variety of award winning independent and for-hire short films. Clients have included Sesame Workshop, They Might Be Giants, and American Greetings, among others. His work has appeared in over 100 film festivals worldwide, and has regularly been screened at the Ottawa International Animation Festival, the New York International Children's Film Festival, and the ASIFA-East awards. David Cowles was born in Rochester, NY in 1961. An award winning illustrator and animation director, Cowles has worked for such magazines as Entertainment Weekly,The New Yorker, Rolling Stone,Vanity Fair, Fortune, and Time. He has created a pilot for Playhouse Disney and videos for They Might Be Giants, Sesame Workshop,Toyota and thetruth.com, among others. He has two kids, Clayton and Alison, and lives in Rochester.
MAIN CREDITS:
Producer(s): They Might Be Giants
Director(s): Jeremy Galante, David Cowles
Composer(s)/Music: They Might Be Giants
Sound Designer(s): Dave Plunkert
Animator(s): Jeremy Galante, David Cowles
 
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