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Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated

by on Apr.28, 2009, under Movies

Mike Schneider writes “FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated now in post-production. New Website + New Trailer.

Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
‘Art is dead… yeah it’s all messed up.’

Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is a mass collaborative artistic re-envisioning of George A. Romero’s 1968 cult classic, Night of the Living Dead.

International artists and animators were invited to select scenes from the film and reinvent them through their artwork.

Their varied works are organized and curated into an art show hung in the time line of this cult classic film.” Read More for more details of the press release.

New Site :
New 3rd Trailer :
High Res Art :

Trailer 1:
Trailer 2:

Mass Interview: he-living-dead-reanimated-artist-mass-interview

4/24: Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is now officially in post production.

Official Selections:
Revenant Film Festival [USA] (2009)
The Mayhem Horror Film Festival [England] (2009)
Hellberta’s Horror Festival [Canada] (2009)

DVD: Winter 2009

Selected Quotes:

“A stunning collaborative work of art, done for and by horror fans.”
– Sarah Jahier (Fatally Yours)

“Being that I know a thing or two about what it takes to be a Romero zombie, this project has had me pretty damned excited.”
– Uncle Creepy (Dread Central)

“It’s a great collaborative endeavor that shows a total love for the source film.”
– Arya Ponto (Just Press Play)

“Night of the Living Dead has seen many incarnations over the years, and this next one may be one of the most creative.”
– (Fangoria)


NOTLD:R Organizer/ Curator Mike Schneider bio and quote:

Organizer/ Curator, Mike Schneider, finds himself at the crossroads between fine arts and mass media. Shown and cataloged as a 2D, 3D and Video artist, Schneider is not bound to any specific medium or process. With a background including education, curation, fabrication, animation, production, and human research, his work has been described as, ‘thinking of abstracts and searching for their edges.’ Stylistically, his approach to art is noted as being in the neoflux style (art through networking) and over the years has had well over 250,000 people participate in the creation of his projects.

Ever questioning the white box, Schneider has turned from the curation of space to the curation of time. Taking existing public domain content and reconstituting them as gallery space: every scene becomes a wall to hang work on, the audio functions as the space’s ambiance, and the original media serves as the conceptual theme which holds the projects together as shows through the very diverse works by the international artists involved.

Artist Statement: ‘If it were easy, everyone would do it. If everyone would do it, it would be easy.’

In response to NOTLD:R, Schneider says: ‘I’ve curated galleries before… Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated was my first museum.’

This project features the works of hundreds of artists from around the world.

Goto ( ) for a partial list of artists involved and links to their personal websites.

Example Artists Bios + Quotes:

Carla Rodrigues is a published illustrator from Portugal whose clients include the OMNI clothing brand, Diving Dragon Games, and several bands including Banisher and Fonzie. Carla was recently featured in Canal+’s documentary on geek culture, “Suck my Geek!” along side the likes of Kevin Smith and Sam Raimi.

‘I’m extremely proud of being able to participate with fellow artists in this mass effort to reanimate a beloved horror classic.’ – Carla Rodrigues

Mike Boas is a filmmaker currently working with Animatus Studios out of Rochester, NY. Most notably, Mike has worked with the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival and is the animator behind ‘H.P. Lovecraft’s The Other Gods’.

‘It’s a crazy quilt project, and I’m proud to contribute some patches.’ – Mike Boas

Larry Adlon is the digital artist/ animator from Canada who heads ‘Laer Digital Works’. Larry’s past work ranged from the computer generated segments of the old Beetlejuice cartoon to painting in digital gun flares for George A. Romero’s Land of the Dead.

‘With artist from around the world gathering to participate, the entire process was as interesting to be part of as the final product is to watch.’ – Larry Adlon

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