Skilled media artists create new works out of public domain footage from Library and Archives Canada.
Toronto’s Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art will hold its annual Videodrome Audio/Visual battle on April 17, 2010. The Video Battle is a competition of audio/visual media work developed from the idea of the hip-hop DJ battle. Artists will throw down fast and hard attempting to out flash each other with selections, cuts and mixes extreme, humorous and dangerous.
BY MARTIN LEDUC. TORONTO, CANADA (CINEMA MINIMA) — I got to help collect some of the videos that were playing throughout the Open Video Conference. The conference took place on June 19-20, 2009. It brought together an impressive collection of professional stakeholders involved with online video. Their aim was to bring video technology up to […]
BY MARTIN LEDUC. TORONTO, CANADA (CINEMA MINIMA) — The Yale Law School and its partners in the Open Video Alliance are seeking to bring together about 400 participants for a conference in New York. The organizers hope to bring online video up to the standards of accessibility and decentralization that we’ve reached with other forms […]
BY MARTIN LEDUC. TORONTO, CANADA (CINEMA MINIMA) — The TILT digital art festival in Perpigan France is teaming up with the artists at Addictive TV and the curators from Cinefeel.org to launch an online video remix contest. The winner gets 1000 euros. The submission deadline is March 10, 2009. TILT organizers are encouraging the use […]