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RiP! A Remix Manifesto (2009)

Discussion in 'Documentaries & Movies' started by ungovernable, May 17, 2010.

  1. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member


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    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdwN6rRU0Xk&feature=related[/video]

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    RiP!: A Remix Manifesto is a 2008 open source documentary film about the "the changing concept of copyright"[1][2] directed by Brett Gaylor.

    Created over a period of six years, the documentary film features the collaborative remix work of hundreds of people who have contributed to the Open Source Cinema website, helping to create the "world's first open source documentary" as Gaylor put it. The project's working title was Basement Tapes,[3] (probably referring to the album of the same name) but it was renamed RiP!: A Remix Manifesto prior to theatrical release. Gaylor encourages more people to create their own remixes from this movie, using media available from the Open Source Cinema website, or other websites like YouTube, Flickr, Hulu or MySpace.

    http://ripremix.com
     

  2. SurgeryXdisaster

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    Great movie

    Though i'm not a big fan of girl talk
    I've had the chance to see him
    but it was at a big american college
    and the douche bag ratio would've been 10:0

    I should check out Brazil
     
  3. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member


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    Yeah i'm definatly not a fan of girl talk, but i found this documentary really interessing because it critize the commercialisation of music and the capitalist system. It's also interessing that they explain that they can get sued only for using half a second of a copyrighted music. Even if i don't like their music, it's still a form of art, they are doing something completely new and it should be considered as their own art, and not a rip-off.... It is a good documentary, they are talking about open source cinema, free music, fighting against copyright and many other things that we have in common. I watched it a couple of months ago so i forgot the rest, but the list of our "common points" is much longer than that ;)

    ahahahaha i liked that quote
     
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