Screening: RIP! A Remix Manifesto
Checkdisout und die Hamburger Botschaft zeigen im Rahmen unserer Serie "Music is Okay?" die kanadische Dokumentation RIP! A Remix Manifesto. Mehr zum Film unter http://ripremix.com/
Nahtlos anknüpfend an unser letztes Screening der amerikanischen Doku "Copyright Criminals" geht es nun chronologisch weiter mit Mashups von u.a. Girl Tal, die naturgemäß im krassen Kontrast zu den amerikanischen Copyright Gesetzten stehen.
Donnerstag, 27. Mai 2010 Einlass 19:00 Uhr
Hamburger Botschaft, Sternstraße 67 Hamburg
RIP! A REMIX MANIFESTO.
Immerse yourself in the energetic, innovative and potentially illegal world of mash-up media with RiP: A remix manifesto. Let web activist Brett Gaylor and musician Greg Gillis, better known as Girl Talk, serve as your digital tour guides on a probing investigation into how culture builds upon culture in the information age.
Biomedical engineer turned live-performance sensation Girl Talk, has received immense commercial and critical success for his mind-blowing sample-based music. Utilizing technical expertise and a ferocious creative streak, Girl Talk repositions popular music to create a wild and edgy dialogue between artists from all genres and eras. But are his practices legal? Do his methods of frenetic appropriation embrace collaboration in its purest sense? Or are they infractions of creative integrity and violations of copyright?
* Written and Directed by Brett Gaylor
* Executive Producers Daniel Cross, Mila Aung-Thwin, Ravida Din (NFB), Sally Bochner (NFB)
* Produced by Mila Aung-Thwin, Kat Baulu (NFB), Germaine Ying Gee Wong (NFB)
* Cinematography & Associate Director Mark Ellam
* Editing Tony Asimakopoulos, Brett Gaylor
* Original Music Olivier Alary
* Produced by EyeSteelFilm in coproduction with the National Film Board.
Brett Gaylor is a documentary filmmaker and new media director. He is the creator of opensourcecinema.org, a video remix community which supports the production of his feature documentary RiP: A remix manifesto.
He is also the web producer of the Homeless Nation.org, a web project dedicated to bridging the digital divide allowing everyone to participate in online culture.
Brett is one of Canada's first videobloggers and has been working with youth and media for over 10 years, and is a founding instructor of the Gulf Islands Film and Television School.
You be the judge by watching RiP: A remix manifesto.
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