A blog project of Tribeca Film Institute

User-Generated Video Creators on Copyright

A new report from the Center for Social Media’s Pat Aufderheide and Wasington College of Law’s Peter Jaszi: The Good, The Bad and the Confusing: User-Generated Video Creators on Copyright. From the Center’s website: “How do creators of content on the plethora of sites that accept online video understand their rights and responsibilities regarding intellectual […]

Adrienne Shelly Foundation Benefit

A special IFP Industry Connect program with producers Lydia Dean Pilcher, Michael Roiff and Peter Saraf
Saturday, April 28, 2007
3:00 – 4:30 pm panel / reception follows
Tickets $25 - All proceeds will be donated to the Adrienne Shelly Foundation

Producing a feature is never easy, particularly the first time around as WAITRESS producer Michael Roiff did. WAITRESS […]

The Documentary Branch Executive Committee of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Tribeca Film Festival invite you to a discussion on Documentary awards eligibility and related issues in the Academy.
Sunday, April 29
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Tribeca Cinemas Gallery
13 Laight Street
(between Avenue of the Americas and Varick Street)
RSVP to Patrick Harrison at […]

Welcome to Re:Sources 1.5

In an effort to improve site functionality, we have moved the blog over to Wordpress. We were having trouble managing spam and allowing comments, so if you previously tried to leave a comment and were prevented, please try again!
You may notice that the web address has changed, and we now have permanent links which will […]

Wholphin: How to Draw a Giraffe

I love the Wholphin DVD, so I like keeping an eye on their website; those crazy kids are always cooking up something a bit off-beat. If you have $40 lying around, a subscription to this DVD would be a wise investment for a film lover. But there is plenty of free stuff too if you […]

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