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Do open source movies exist?

Yes, there is such a thing as open-source films. from wikipedia: A definition of an open-source film is based on the OSI's open-source software definition and the Definition of Free Cultural Works....
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Do open source movies exist?

open source movies do exist and are spread out amongst varied organizations that support the movement. the internet archive runs a community open source movies portal: https://archive.org/details/...
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Do open source movies exist?

Another example is Sintel from the organization behind Blender When I was exploring their site, my first impression from the downloads page was that only the finished video was available. But on the "...
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How do I ensure my documentary adheres to Open Source principles as closely as possible?

I think the basic principle is universal and applies to movies as well as to software: make sure everyone can have everything you used to produce the release. In the editing process, soundtrack will ...
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Are derived videos of ShareAlike licensed material subject to CC BY SA?

Yes. The CC BY SA is pretty clear on the topic. Per the legal text: ShareAlike. In addition to the conditions in Section 3(a), if You Share Adapted Material You produce, the following conditions also ...
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Can we share Season or movies based GIF's in Mobile Apps?

The question could boil down to IMHO: Can I reuse copyrighted media in some FOSS software? The key point is to determine whether or not you are authorized in general to do so. I assume you mean ...
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How do I ensure my documentary adheres to Open Source principles as closely as possible?

On the technical side: pretend that the motherboard on your old computer died. You just got a new computer and you want to create a director's cut of your documentary. What do you need to copy over ...
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How do I ensure my documentary adheres to Open Source principles as closely as possible?

On the surface it seems open sourcing documentaries is not difficult. Just put it under the right license and publish. But there are some problems to it. First the thing you have to do with all ...
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