A leading art historian employed fair use to release a pathbreaking work showing Picasso's roots in colonialist views of Africans.
The latest CMSI blog post gives you lots of resources to help you use copyright responsibly in online teaching.
Aram Sinnreich provides a timely analysis of how copyrights, patents, and trademarks have political, economic, and cultural implications.
The annual parade, "March March," at True False Film Festival.
On the verge of the Great Shutdown, this year’s True/False Film Festival fought off COVID-19 with gallon jugs of hand sanitizer,...
This article was originally published on IDA’s website, www.documentary.org
For as long as stories have called upon documentary filmmakers to tell them, makers have used—and evolved—technology...
Our research tells a tale not so much of Silicon Valley innovation, but rather of Beltway ingenuity.
Every documentary has to get paid for somehow. When does sponsorship put the documentary’s claim to be independent, accurate truth-telling at risk? A new investigative piece by Tim Schwab at the...
Read about CMSI's 2019 highlights and find links to our recent work.
IDFA DocLab, led by Caspar Sonnen, is one of the premier sites worldwide to view experiment in audio-visual interactive art.
What an inspiring webinar today at #LaughterLab! Thank you... https://t.co/BNy9xgsO41
RT @jowandadurham: @everythingloria Thank you for talking to us today at yes and laughter lab. I look forward to your masterclass on YouTub
RT @NEAarts: If you don't believe the size of the contribution that the arts play in the lives of Americans, try to endure the isolation ca
RT @CatyBC: We are so proud of this #ICA20 award from @Journalism_ICA. The research was so meaningful (and our exploration of housing insec
RT @caavisual: "I always say, Use fair use. People still dont trust it or believe its more difficult than it is."In a #CAANews intervie
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