Vacant Manifesto

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Vacant Manifesto is a trio of comedic filmmakers known for their popular short videos on YouTube. The group includes Michael McFarland, Adam Boland, and Michael Greene.

Their "Cooper Rap" video in support of mayoral candidate Patrick Cooper garnered a lot of attention and was criticized by opponent William Bell. An online advertisement for Cantina was commissioned by Pavo magazine and has brought attention from around the country. After the Cooper Rap, the group's most popular YouTube video is a parody of Jay-Z's "99 Problems" starring Cookie Monster.

In a 2010 interview, the members of Vacant Manifesto said they planned to continue to focus on entertainment rather than advertising and were developing a sitcom based on a cursed coffee shop.

References

  • Diel, Stan (May 9, 2010) "Birmingham area trio find growing audience with internet comedy videos and low budget ads." Birmingham News

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