It was a dream to have the world premiere of my first feature documentary at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The film was Connected, and one of the ideas I explored at the climax of the story was what I called “The Participatory Revolution,” the potential of so many people around the world having cameras in their hands at all times, connected to the Internet. So after the premiere, my team and I had an idea that we call “Cloud Filmmaking," where we’d make a film together with all those people around the world. Over the last three years, we’ve released four of these “Cloud Films,” all putting the idea of the Participatory Revolution into action. Read more here
The Future Starts Here: Tiffany Shlain on "Cloud Filmmaking"
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The Whole Cinemagilah: A New Art Project by Ken Goldberg and Tiffany Shlain for the National Museum of American Jewish History