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Roskilde: The Experience 2008

Heard so much about Denmark's infamous music festival but simply too far away to witness it yourself? Now you can do this with Roskilde - The Experience 2008. These set of movies aim to bring the feel of the festival towards various audiences from across the globe.

Darwin’s Tree of Life – see how living things are related

Tree of Life is a collaborative project by Wellcome Trust, BBC, and The Open University. It was aired on BBC1 in early 2009 as part of BBC’s Darwin season. It serves as homage to Charles Darwin, whose 200th birth anniversary falls in 2009. In Darwin's “On the Origin of Species,” he used the term 'tree of life' to describe the evolutionary relationships between all living things on Earth. The collaborators intended to produce an updated version of the Tree of Life, created by Shadow Industries. Sir David Attenborough narrates this six and a half minute video, which invites you to “see how living things are related

Just to Get a Rep

Graffiti arouses different reactions from different folks across all ages and social classes. Well done graffiti easily gets a nod of approval by the sheer sight of its stunning explosion of colors & innovative design. But these wall writings are also frowned upon mostly by people who associate this wall art to untamed behavior, violence and even crime.

Steal This Film – Part I

In 2006, a group of friends decided to make a film about filesharing that *WE* would recognise. There have been a few documentaries by 'old media' crews who don't understand the net and see peer-to-peer organisation as a threat to their livelihoods. They have no reason to represent the filesharing movement positively, and no capacity to represent it lucidly.