Thursday, October 11, 2007

Interactive Filmmaking

A group of crazy Belgians is making an interactive movie, putting each scene on YouTube as it comes out of post-production. So far they've got two scenes. Here's how they describe the project:

"IP is a no-budget free-to-download movie that is being made scene-by-scene chronologically. Each time a scene is finished, it is put online so that people can already see the movie up until that point.

This way, the community can interact with the filmmaking process: we always have a good idea of where the movie is going in the next scenes but people on our forum can also discuss the scenes, give feedback and inspire us to deviate from our own script in the next scenes. We're going to try to do a new scene every week."

They have an RSS feed available, and apart from YouTube higher-def files are available at the site.

The first and second scenes have already been completed and put up on the tube; here's the first scene:


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