CC HKI will take place at Aalto University of Arts, Design and Architecture at Cinema Bunuel (OKfest HACK cinema 2). Please ask for directions from OKfest info desk near the main entrance of the university.
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CC HKI: PROGRAMME
11:30 PRESENTATION: “Creating ways on the internet. Creative Commons in cinema.”
Luis Román, Director of BccN Barcelona Creative Commons Film Festival and coordinator of the platform CC WORLD, with more than 30 international film festival over the world.
13:30 SCREENING: MAN WITHOUT THE CAMERA
Carlos Escaño. Nexus 6,5. Spain. 2012. Documentary. 20 min. BY-SA. Short film that explains how films can be done without a camera. Free culture activism and tribute to Dziga Vertov.
14:00 [NO-RES] LIFE AND DEATH OF A SPACE IN THREE ACTS
Xavi Artigas. Metromuster. Catalunya.2012. Documentary. 83 min. BY-NC-SA. www.no.res.cc. [NO-RES] is a chronicle of life during the last days of Colònia Castells, one of the last remaining workers’ quarters in Barcelona. Financed thought crowdfunding and first CC documentary on Catalan Tv.
15:30 PILOT “PIONEER ONE”
Josh Bernhard. Vodo. USA. 2011. Webserial. 30 min. BY-NC-ND. Pioneer One is the first webserial with a distribution on bittorrent. Best Pilot Drama in the New York Television Festival. Films can be in chapters of 30 minutes. Award Best Drama Pilot in the New York Television Festival.
16:00 DE MADAMMEN VAN MATHILDE
Pieter de Vos Bélgica. 2012. Docwerkers. Documental. 52 min. BY-NC-ND. Every year there is a beauty contest for women…homelesses. Winner get a free-rent house form a year. We see the contratictions of the workd with the contestants. Documentary in Creative Commons to create attention to the issue of homelesses. First CC documentary in Belgium.
17:00 SHORT FILMS
Short films from all the world. Shortfilms. Lady Crush 10’(Hanna Sköld, SUE), Plenamar 20′(Joan Carles Martorell, SPA), Yunyu 3’ (Beau Commonist, MLA), Sintel 15’ (Colin Levy, USA), Happy Hour 3’(Sakari Niittymaa, FIN), Should we play? 9’ (Marina Rojo, SPA).
18:00 AN ISLAND
Vincent Moon. 2011. Denmark. Music Documentary. 54 min. www.anisland.cc BY-NC-SA. Vincent Moon featuring the Danish band Eferklang. They met up on an island off the Danish coast.The objective was to shoot a film with the same length as an album, and a film full of performances, experiments and collaborations. Over 4 days Efterklang collaborated with more than 200 local musicians, kids and their own parents. This movie got 1178 Private-Public Screenings around the world.
CC HKI: INTRODUCTION
CC HKI is the first Creative Commons Film Festival in Finland. It will take place on Friday 21 September 2012 as a part of the Open Knowledge Festival in Helsinki in Helsinki.
CC HKI shows films licensed under a Creative Commons license. The CC licenses are a new way of intellectual property more flexible than traditional copyright and more adapted to the digital world.
Instead of Copyright “all rights reserved”, Creative Commons are “some rights reserved”. There are 6 Creative Commons licenses, from more restrictive to more open, that the authors can choose to decide which uses are allowed and which rights they want to keep. But always allowing the movies to be “shared” within the community on the way the author wants. He uses the license to explain how this creation can be used to his audience.
Behind the Creative Commons licenses, we see new models of creation, distribution and production of films. The distance between filmmakers and their audience disappear. There are not intermediaries. Audience is not passive anymore, they have an active role in distribution (sharing the films), production (crowdfunding, supporting economically the filmmaker to do the film) even in creation (making subtitles, remixing…).
One thing is clear: films models are changing, and there is not a unique model. In CC HKI we explore the models that we find interesting watching films, and also doing alternative activities such as conferences.
We don’t think that quality is something related to the license. We want to show than quality on creative commons films is as good as it can be in a copyrighted one. What it changes is the model, not the quality of the cinema.
BCCN Barcelona Creative Commons Film Festival : COPY THIS FESTIVAL!
CC HKI is a “copy” of BccN Barcelona Creative Commons Film Festival and part of the project “CC WORLD”. BccN is the first Creative Commons Film Festival on the world, just finished its third edition.
Besides, it’s also the first one licensed under a Creative Commons License, By-NonComercial-Share Alike. That means that all the BccN festival (program, movies, subtitles, spot, poster, software…everying) is offered to be copied after its celebration in May. During a year, any association with non commercial purposes around the world can adapt the festival to their city. Festival has been done in big cities as Ciudad de México, Lima, Roma, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Santiago de Chile, Madrid…as well as small in small villages.
CC WORLD is a platform of more than 30 festivals copy of BccN in Latin America, Europe and Africa, and increasing.