This week's ShortCuts features Public Knowledge's Director of Outreach and New Media, Mehan Jayasuriya. Learn more about a great new video website called Network Awesome, the event Transparency Camp happening in Washington D.C. later this month, and a new music video from Tune-Yards.
This week’s ShortCuts comes from video remix artist Elisa Kreisinger, the woman behind the Pop Culture Pirate website and the Queer Carrie Project. You can read more about Elisa's thoughts on remix and media literacy in her conversation with NAMAC Blogger Vicki Callahan. Kreisinger will be speaking about "Social Media and Remix Culture" on college campuses throughout the US this year.
For this feature, Elisa tells us about Nist.TV, her love of infographics and why Francis Ford Coppola continues to inspire young filmmakers.
In the latest edition of ShortCuts, Jonathan Marlow (Executive Director of San Francisco Cinematheque and VP of Content Development at Fandor) looks at a handful of events across the U.S. that occur before winter officially arrives (on 21-December). Thereafter, he mentions a few things that you can watch right here, right now.
Welcome to ShortCuts! Every other Friday, we invite a guest curator to select their favorite events, videos, media makers, and content from around the web.
This week, Warhol Curatorial Fellow Andrea Grover kicks things off with Home Movie Day, an iPhone's adventures in the Earth’s upper stratosphere, the hacking of Ubuweb, and more.