The reversioning video remix category describes clips, which have been transformed to create alternative versions of the original clip. In doing such clips often employ visual effects, audio filters as well as insertions and substitutions (especially faces). Perhaps the most obvious example of this are clips, which reuse a known film sequence through replacing faces of its actors with those of contemporary politicians, sports people or celebrities. In doing so the original intention of the clip is reversioned according to a contemporary issue or phenomenon. Alternatively, video filters and effects might be used to transform an original clip according to some other aesthetic - especially evident in examples of 'vaporwave' and 'Simpsonwave' clips.
Creator: Anonymous [JOE.co.uk]. (2017). George Osborne has another new job. You’d think he has more than enough already….
Creator: Anonymous [JOE.co.uk]. (2017). Theresa May does £1bn deal with DUP - turns out there was a magic money tree after all.
Creator: Huw Parkinson (2017). Theresa May and the Holy Grail.
Creator: Anonymous [JOE.co.uk]. (2017). Jeremy Corbyn at Glastonbury – music royalty remember his finest festival moments.
Creator: Anonymous [JOE.co.uk]. (2017). Boris Johnson's car crash interview with BBC Radio 4's Eddie Mair.