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The Bitfilm Festival is a digital film festival and a worldwide experiment in crowd production. Different filmmakers are asked to submit their short films about a topical theme (in this case money). Online audience votes for their favourites, which are combined to produce a full-length feature film. All selected films are paid.
Why it matters
A large collection of short films made by people on a particular topic can provide a snapshot of people’s opinions about that subject. Could this be a creative way for brands to gain consumer insights in a truly engaging way?
This summer, the 130 metre-long metro hallway of the Parisian station Montparnasse has been covered by a huge Disneyland fresco. While on the moving walkway, passengers were invited to wear 3D glasses and be transported to the heart of the amusement park.
The site Be at TV broadcasts live festivals and DJ sets straight into your home, making the living room a venue for an intimate club night. You can watch past events, locate yourself with the cameras, tag people you met and message them through the site.