By lance weiler, December 18th, 2007

Brett Gaylor’s “Basement Tapes,” is a collaborative documentary project about copyright in the digital age. We interviewed Brett a bit ago for TCIBR.

The above video was a group project done by 64 students from Concordia University.

Read More

  • Share/Bookmark

Posted in animation community crowdsourced doc experiment online remix user-gen

lance weiler is the founder of the WorkBook Project and also a story architect of film, tv and games. He's written and directed two feature films THE LAST BROADCAST and HEAD TRAUMA. He's currently developing a number of transmedia projects

RELATED
  • POV: Distribution Value Added
    For anyone who isn’t reading Brian Chirls’ blog you are missing out on a valuable resource. He’s a self professed Indie Nerd Filmmaker (Director, Distributor,… read more
  • Convergence Cultures
    Christy Dena is one of the most knowledgeable people I know working in the cross-media arena. Having studied the topic for years, she is at… read more
  • Case Study: We Are the Strange
    M dot Strange reports – This was part of a presentation called “Adventures in self distribution” I describe the journey I took with my animated… read more
COMMENTS

  • Lance! super awesome interview. Ted rocks. Katie rocks.

  • Strange !

  • It's good video.

    This guy is cool, that's gotta help him make fans. He gives away all his secrets, so that's nice. My partner gave this a Stumble.

blog comments powered by Disqus
  • twitter
  • facebook
  • delicious
  • youtube
  • vimeo

Join the WorkBook Project mailing list - enter your email below...

WORKBOOK PROJECT flickr
DIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall PanelDIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall PanelDIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall PanelDIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall PanelDIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall PanelDIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall PanelDIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall PanelDIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall PanelDIY Days Philly 2009: Town Hall Panel
WORKBOOK PROJECT twitter
READ

There are no events to show at this time.

Podcast Archive