Posts Tagged open source
If you have been reading my blog for a wile you probably know that lately I have been concentrating on the notion of “open source documentary”. I knew that film makers such as Brett Gaylor had been promoting RIP: a remix manifesto as an “open source documentary”, but when I read that BBC2 was starting [...]
I have signed up to collaborate to Preempting Dissent (http://www.opensourcecinema.org’s latest collaborative documentary)… For this you need to log in and create your profile, which I did.
The project is a collaboration between researchers and filmmakers at the Infoscape Research Lab at Ryerson University and the Department of Communication, Florida State University.
So far only 10 [...]
I publish here the call to action that I received for Open Source Cinema’s new project: Preempting Dissent.
Here is an opportunity for us all to get hands on and to be part of an interactive documentary!!
PREEMPTING DISSENT: OPEN SOURCING SECRECY
An Open Source Documentary Film Project
Call for Videos, Testimonials, Photographs, and other Audio Visual Materials
This project [...]
BBC2 is currently producing of a series of 4 one hour documentaries about the World Wide Web (next year it is the Web’s 20th anniversary!) – to be broadcasted early 2010. But for me the real news is: the BBC has decided to experiment and to involve the web community in this project. How?
Well… they [...]