In collaboration with Warner Bros. and director Roko Belic, hitRECord provided audio and visual resources for the documentary "Dreams: Cinema of the Subconscious." This documentary was included on the Blu-Ray release of the film "Inception."
After expenses, the profit for this production was $22,000. Half of the profits go to hitRECord.org LLC and the other half will be divided amongst the contributing artists whose work was used in the documentary.
The documentary was time coded and each video or audio clip was placed into one of the following categories:
1) Featured ($4,400 // 40% of the net profits)
2) Showcased ($3,850 // 35% of the net profits)
3) Highlighted ($2,750 // 25% of the net profits)
We based the categorical placement of each clip upon its length and the emphasis it had on the documentary's narrative.
This is album includes the documents that propose how the $11,000 be split amongst the contributing artists.
Now is time for discussion. If you feel something was missed or unfairly attributed, let us know by April 30th, 2012.
UncoolMrV captured a great candid shot! I wanted to crop it in closer, and then I decided to add some more black space to play with for future reMixing and thought I'd share.
I like how the shadows look like they are holding hands.
In the Fall of 2010, we went on a mini-college tour. We played UCLA - Berkley, University of Pennsylvania, NYU, Columbia, USC & Cal Arts. The shows earned a net income of $21,800 making the contributing artist's share $10,900.
This college tour was specifically targetted to schools that placed an emphasis on creative studies. The events were largely about the hitRECord process with a lot of discussion about creative collaboration. We categorized the videos that we showed into two categories: 'Featured Presentations' and 'Works in Progress.' The 'works in progress' were shown in an effort to showcase active collaborations for the students to become immediately involved in.
These profit documents is how we propose to split up the profit. Please give us your feedback. If you feel something was missed or unfairly attributed, let us know by 11/19.
Thanks to Ms. IrmaVep for the final finishing touches! (& listening & letting me incessantly ask for her opinion!)