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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?
Every five minutes 10,000 pieces of clothing are thrown away. In an effort to decrease waste and recycle clothing, Marks & Spencer’s launched their Shwopping campaign.
Shwopping involves taking items of clothes you don't need or want anymore to a drop box. The store is partnering with Oxfam and raising money to help people around the world overcome poverty.
Pad in the City, a Madrid-based company, rents 3G iPads to tourists visiting Madrid, Spain. For $55 per day, visitors have unlimited access to the internet, travel-related apps and more. The best part? Pad in the City will deliver your iPad directly to your hotel.