Category: Collaborative filming

Festival Mondial des Cinémas Sauvages

APPEL A FILMS SAUVAGES ! jusqu’au 30 mars 2017 Inscriptions des films en ligne : Le Festival Mondial des Cinémas Sauvages veut montrer des films libres dans leurs manières de se fabriquer, libres dans leurs manières d’être diffusés. Pas de critères de durée, de genre, de date de réalisation, de nationalité, de support (nous […]

Collaborative filming, Copyrights and licenses, Films and Projects

AXIOM Beta Crowd Funding Launch AXIOM Beta: The first open digital cinema camera apertus° was started by filmmakers who were fed up with the limitations of the tools they had to work with every day. Compared to 50 years ago, cameras today are technologically far superior, but at same time a lot less accessible. AXIOM Beta intends to fix […]

Collaborative filming, Copyrights and licenses, Hardware

Kids test Toonloop

Two small video’s to show the fun kid of the Prinses Paolaschool in Molenbeek / Brussels had while testing the live stop-motion software Toonloop. Toonloop developer Alexandre Quessy was guest at BEAM, the Multi-Media Atelier of JES Brussels.

Collaborative filming, Editing software, Films and Projects, News, toonloop

Cinelerra server @

During the Libre Graphics Research Unit that was organised by Constant in Brussels between 22 – 25 february 2012, Lisa Haskel talked about the Cinelerra server project connected to The idea is that multiple editors who all have the same assets on their local machines, share their edit decision lists:A simple way to make […]

Collaborative filming, News, Problems and solutions

Code Rush

(1) wikipedia: Code Rush is a 1998 documentary following the lives of a group of Netscape engineers in Silicon Valley. It was shot during a time of flagging company fortunes, the initial release of the Mozilla code as an open source project, and the friction of an impending AOL-Netscape merger. The documentary depicts Netscape programmers […]

Collaborative filming, Films and Projects, Media archives

For immediate redistribution

20 open source movies, that can immediately be re-edited and -distributed. (From

Collaborative filming, Copyrights and licenses, Films and Projects, Media archives, News

Remix Cinema workshop

March 24-25, 2011, University of Oxford, UK Welcome to Remix Cinema: the collaborative making, deconstruction and distribution of digital artefacts, a workshop exploring the role of audio-visual remix practices in contemporary digital culture. Organised by the Oxford Internet Institute – OII (University of Oxford) in collaboration with UNIA Prácticas y Culturas Digitales (Universidad Internacional de […]

Collaborative filming, Copyrights and licenses, Films and Projects, News, Workshops

St-Gillis in Motion

Motion script “st-gillis” #1 from Michael Murtaugh on Vimeo. We started posting some clips made in the group meetings to the ‘Osvideo’ group on Vimeo. Here’s two of them made on september 11, made with Motion, which selects the parts of an image in which motion is detected, and Python to draw the images as […]

Collaborative filming, Films and Projects

Starwars Uncut

“Hello! You and 472 other people have the chance to recreate Star Wars: A New Hope. Below is the entire movie split up into 15 second clips. Click on one of the scenes to claim it, film it, and upload it. You can have up to three scenes! When we’re all done, we’ll stitch it […]

Collaborative filming, Films and Projects


“To shoot an elephant” by Alberto Arce/ Mohammad Rujailah is an eye witness account from The Gaza Strip. December 27th, 2008, Operation Cast Lead. 21 days shooting elephants. Urgent, insomniac, dirty, shuddering images from the only foreigners who decided and managed to stay embedded inside Gaza strip ambulances, with Palestinian civilians. The film is a […]

Collaborative filming, Films and Projects, News