ATTENTION SOOMO VIDEO FANS: WE NEED YOUR HELP! Sony/ATV has taken down our educational parody video Bad Romance: Women's Suffrage. As part of their copyright claims process, YouTube recently allowed Sony to place an ad on our video, and in an effort to defend the video and remove the ad, we’ve repeatedly appealed this claim on the basis of fair use provisions for parody works. As of now, the video has been removed from Youtube while Soomo appeals to Sony to reinstate the video under fair use guidelines. If you think this video should be reinstated and ad-free, tweet @SonyATVMusicPub and let them know why you think they should #SaveBadRomance. http://www.soomolearning.com/blogs/posts/save-bad-romance ============================================= Want a behind-the-scenes look at Soomo's "Bad Romance: Women's Suffrage" video? Find out how the whole thing got started, how many costumes were involved, the research that went into the lyrics, and how our filmmakers drew so many parallels between this modern video and the historic events that gave women the right to vote.
No copyright infringement intended. All rights go to its original creators, Soomo Publishing, for full video and original creator click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYQhRCs9IHM&feature=kp
"Too Late To Apologize: a Declaration" is Soomo's first satirical video project and is part of our ongoing effort to facilitate learning in creative, innovative ways. Soomo Learning creates online courseware that brings the best web resources to the college classroom. Learn more about Soomo Learning at soomolearning.com To get the lyrics or download the mp3, visit: http://soomolearning.com/declaration To find out more about Soomo Publishing please visit http://soomolearning.com/ Music and video based on "Apologize" by One Republic, featuring Timbaland, 2007. CREDITS DIRECTED BY TIM ALDEN GRANT http://timaldengrant.com/ WRITTEN BY EMILIA GRANT https://twitter.com/EmiliaFGrant BASED ON AN IDEA BY JOCELYN EVANS KRISTY MICHAUD PRODUCED BY TIM ALDEN GRANT EMILIA GRANT ZARA ELIZABETH CROCKETT FEATURING R. KEITH HARRIS DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY ADAM HOBBS http://adamhobbs.tv/ MAKEUP/WIG MASTER TRENT PCENICNI COSTUME DESIGN DEBORAH AUSTIN MUSIC PRODUCED BY MACK BROCK https://twitter.com/mackbrock AARON ROBERTSON https://twitter.com/robertsonaa LYRICS BY EMILIA GRANT (ADAPTED FROM THE ORIGINAL BY ONEREPUBLIC) VOCALS BY CHRIS BROWN ADDITIONAL INSTRUMENTATION JAMES DUKE EDITED BY ADAM HOBBS TIM ALDEN GRANT CAST THOMAS JEFFERSON R. KEITH HARRIS BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BILL GRANT email@example.com JOHN HANCOCK PATRICK GREEN JOHN ADAMS KEVIN COYLE SAM ADAMS NATHAN SWIFT KING GEORGE III TRENT PCENICNI A SOOMO PUBLISHING PRODUCTION TOO LATE TO APOLOGIZE: A DECLARATION ASSISTANT DIRECTOR MIKE TANGALAKIS https://twitter.com/MikeTangalakis FIRST ASSISTANT CAMERA GREG HUDGINS GAFFER MARK OVERTON GRIP CHARLES "JET" ELLER PRODUCTION MANAGER ZARA ELIZABETH CROCKETT MUSIC SUPERVISOR MACK BROCK STAGE HAND CRAIG TROSTLE TECHNICAL DIRECTOR BRANDON WARREN SLATE MATT WARNER PRODUCTION ASSISTANT J.R. HAPSON WARDROBE SUPERVISOR IVEY BARKER EXTRAS ANTHONY BENARROCH ANTHONY MADISON JESS MATNEY DANIEL F. KORN SPECIAL THANKS BRANDON MISE & BLUE BARNHOUSE MIKE HARRIS & KILGO METHODIST CHURCH TYLER FORD & LIGHTBULB CREATIVE HISTORIC OLD SALEM BRIAN GRAY & THE CAROLINA THEATRE GREENSBORO BOOK WORKS LUKE HILL
SOOMO PUBLICINGS - Bad Romance (Women's Suffrage)
Lady Gaga song w/ revised lyrics by Emilia Fuentes Grant, great video fun w/ a conference Grant is speaking at on Sept 8 in California
Happy Holidays! This year, we want women to have the right to vote. Rock'n'review women's suffrage with special guest Ms. Axelrod! New videos every Tuesday! Like on FaceBook: http://facebook.com/MrBettsClass Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/MrBettsClass "En la Brisa" Music by Dan-O at http://DanoSongs.com
Schoolhouse Rock - Sufferin' till Suffrage.
Video Original http://youtu.be/IYQhRCs9IHM SUSCRIBETE SI TE GUSTA LADY GAGA & COMPARTE EL VIDEO :D Cualquier Duda o correccion con la traducion Me la hacen saber :)
Paying tribute to Alice Paule & suffragists who campaigned for the passage of the 19th Amendment