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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 [...]

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What is an “open source documentary”?

I have signed up to collaborate to Preempting Dissent (’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 [...]

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Preempting Dissent – a call to action for Open Source Cinema’s new project

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!!
An Open Source Documentary Film Project
Call for Videos, Testimonials, Photographs, and other Audio Visual Materials
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Digital Revolution: BBC experiments with Open Source Documentaries

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 [...]



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