YOUR INPUT NEEDED is a collaborative documentary film project about the Maker Movement and the Third Industrial Revolution, created by a community of open source filmmakers, released with permission to freely share and adapt.
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EVERYONE: Contribute a Text Record with your Ideas for segments for this documentary film that represent the featured topics.
EVERYONE W/ A CAMERA: RECord a testimonial regarding DIY, hacking, and making.
Q&A: RECord yourself on video answering these questions:
- "Have you ever improved or 'hacked' something to make it work a little better? Tell us about it."
- "Do you share what you've learned with others? Why?"
- "Can ideas can be 'owned' or should everyone be able to build upon existing ideas?"
- "What's the fastest way to improve your neighborhood (and is it legal)?"
- "Are you afraid of people making guns, bombs, or weapons from information on the internet?"
WRITERS: Write a story regarding the featured topics.
MUSICIANS: Contribute a piece of Music that invokes creation and technology.
ANIMATORS: Contribute an Animation regarding the featured topics.
ILLUSTRATORS: Contribute an Illustration regarding the featured topics.
GRAPHIC DESIGNERS: Contribute some Graphic Design regarding the selected topics.
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