Jonathan sez, "Open Source Cinema is trying to put together a collaborative documentary about copyright in the digital age.
They've travelled the world and have loads of raw footage available under creative commons which anybody can download, remix, and upload again! The script is also completely editable by users.
The finished documentary is to be screened on the documentary channel and in many theaters.
They need help, however: people, get editing!"
Update: Mark sez, "I conducted a video interview with Open Source Cinema founder Brett Gaylor for flasher.com and you can find it at the suggested link. He's a good talker and he outlines his project and the ideas behind in detail."
Just what we needed, said exactly no one.
* whether they deserve one or not
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