About the brain movie
In the original 2002 article, standard phase coherence was used instead of partial directed coherence. An early brain movie from 2002 is shown below.
Also, as a side note, in our laboratory, my collaborator Tim Mullen who co-developed the most recent brainmovie has been involved with Adam Gazelley at UCSF to produced a visually stunning version of the brain movie (I was not involved in this). Although not necessarily more anatomically or scientifically correct, it is so beautiful I had to include it here.
 Makeig, S., Delorme, A., Westerfield, M., Jung, T.P., Townsend, J., Courchesne, E., Sejnowski, T. (2004) Electroencephalographic brain dynamics following visual targets requiring manual responses. Public Librairy of Science, 2(6), 747-762.
 Delorme, A., Mullen, T., Kothe, C., Bigdely-Shamlo, N., Akalin, Z., Vankov, A., Makeig, S. (2011) EEGLAB, MPT, NetSIFT, NFT, BCILAB, and ERICA: New tools for advanced EEG/MEG processing. Computational Intelligence, article ID 130714.