09 October 2006

Open Source Cinema in the Raw

The idea of open source cinema, where anyone can hack around with the final version is not new: I've written about it couple times before. But the charmingly-named Stray Cinema is a little different:

Stray Cinema is an online community where you are able to download and re-edit the raw footage from a film we have shot in London. This will provide people from all over the world with an opportunity to create their own version of the film. Stray Cinema will navigate the film experiment out of the online digital world, into the 'real world' with a screening of the top five films in London. The footage shot in London is the first of many open source films to be provided by Stray Cinema.

The footage is under a CC licence. (Via LXer.)

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