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William Uricchio, director of MIT’s Comparative Media Studies program, uses 18 Days In Egypt, the interactive crowdsourced documentary project on the Egyptian revolution, as an example, proving...
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Egyptian filmmaker Amr Salama is making the third segment, The Politician, about Egypt's revolution from the politicians' point of view. His film tries to understand "how the...
Today's documentary filmmakers, exhibiting a strong postmodernist self-awareness of the blurred and murky lines crisscrossing vérité and agenda filmmaking, are more inclined to believe that,...
Holiday resident and creator of a website that promotes environmentally friendly living in the Tampa Bay area, Eric Stewart, has created a project on Kickstarter.
He’s attempting to rally...
As an example of what a Kickstarter annotation looks like, check out the trailer for the documentary Please Subscribe and watch for the Kickstarter link to appear in the lower right of the video.
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The producers behind this documentary recognize that there is an inextricable tie between the Boss and his fans. Through the power of creative crowdsourcing, they'll aim to show that the story...
When footage is shot with CrowdFlik, the crowdsourcing app automatically slices it into 10-second segments that are synced within 100 nanoseconds using the U.S. Naval Observatory Atomic Clock,...
In April of this year the Brazilian market witnessed the first merger of crowdfunding platforms. Multidão, which was launched that same day, and Catarse have joined together to form the group Comum: a nonprofit organization aiming to stimulate crowdfunding in all its possibilities, from an open network to building an ecosystem to create value based on collaboration. Currently, the two sites coexist, and share similar focuses yet soon they will have their own directions.
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With the working title Springsteen & I, director Ridley Scott hopes to capture what The Boss means to his fans much in the same way he compiled Life in a Day.
Director Svana Gisla on the...
A documentary about Bruce Springsteen wants to find out exactly what the star means to his fans, and it’s using crowdsourcing to help achieve its goal. The documentary, titled Springsteen & I, will be directed by Baillie Walsh, and is set to come out some time in 2013.
Roger Ebert, the late Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic, called empathy “the most essential quality of civilization.” Given how difficult it is for producers to raise money for their films, it’s quite appropriate, then, that the makers of the upcoming documentary about Ebert’s life are asking fans to open their wallets and help fund the film’s post-production.
The week's first crowd coffee features: crowdfunding a film about Dubai's workers; Hawaii's crowdfuded businesses; a CrowdsUnite profile; eco-friendly crowdfunding; the intersection of crowdsourcing and open innovation; a new crowdsourced NASA initiative; and more!
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In this edition of Crowd Coffee: crowdfunding school payments; documentary about Bill Nye tops crowdfunding goal; Democrats' relationship with the sharing economy; and more.
“One Day On Earth,” is an online project designed to create an open shareable archive and documentary film of the world on 10/10/10.
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Now three years into the making of their independent documentary film Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey, the filmmakers have launched a fundraising driveon Indiegogo.com to finance their...
Whether or not you're a Canadian, this introductory video is worth watching. If most Canadian audiences don't know what Security Certificates are or if they even exist (Security...
The Cuban Hat initiative allows audiences to encourage those filmmakers with the best documentary ideas to get produced.Their mission is to connect strong and beautiful film projects with potential...
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DocumentaryTech is an open-source collaborative project exploring documentary filmmaking techniques and technology.
It is a collaborative effort to talk about what makes for the best in the...
Director Kevin MacDonald and his team plowed through 80,000 submissions to assemble final footage for the film, and judging from the trailer, Life in a Day focuses on remarkably picturesque...