Jennifer Kes Remington is a composer for Film, TV and video games as well as a filmmaker, located in Los Angeles. She has been a classical pianist since the age of 7, and attended the prestigious Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. Jennifer is a two time Annie Award winner for her work on the animated TV series “The Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends”, and won the “Best Documentary” award for her movie she directed entitled “Hollywood, 90038” at the LA Femme Film Festival in 2007 and at the Honolulu Film Awards in 2011.  Her numerous and diverse projects include music written for the TV series “The Powerpuff Girls”, the film “Scary Movie 4” and most recently, the video games “Raving Rabbids: Travel In Time”, “Raving Rabbids: Alive and Kicking”, and “Rabbids Land”.


Download a free copy of the new iphone/ipad game “Commander Cluck” today here! You can also check out the trailer for it here.  All music by Jen Remington!


Jennifer Kes Remington gets interviewed about the upcoming video game “Rabbids Land” at the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in L.A.!


Work begins on the next “Raving Rabbids” game!  More information about release dates, etc., soon!


You can now buy two tracks by Jennifer Kes Remington on itunes! “Can’t Get Worse” was featured in the documentary “Hollywood, 90038” and a recent episode of “Californication”, and “Je L’ai Tuée” was co-written by Nate Cartier and Jason Mezilis.


The “Raving Rabbids:  Alive and Kicking” video game came out today and is available in stores!  You can order a copy online here.  The game is on the Kinect for Xbox 360 platform.


Music composition begins on the next game in the Rabbids video game series, “Raving Rabbids: Alive and Kicking”!  The game will be available for Xbox Kinect in November.  Check out the Rabbids’ website.


Today, the Honolulu Film Awards announced that “Hollywood, 90038” will receive the “Best Documentary Feature” award at the 2011 festival!  The awards ceremony and dinner will take place on May 7, 2011 in Honolulu.  To see other information and the list of winners, check out the Honolulu Film Awards site.


The video game “Raving Rabbids: Travel in Time” comes out today!  You can buy it online here.

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