Wat is Upload Cinema
Upload Cinema brengt de beste video’s van het web naar het witte doek. Elke twee maanden presenteren wij een nieuw programma vol inspirerende en vermakelijke internetfilmpjes gekoppeld aan een speciaal thema. Het publiek stuurt films in; een redactieteam selecteert de beste en stelt daar een programma van samen van circa anderhalf uur dat vertoond wordt in bioscopen en op speciale locaties.
Waarom doen we dit? Waar kun je ons vinden? Hoe start ik mijn eigen Upload Cinema? Antwoorden op dit soort vragen vind je hier.
Radio Netherlands Worldwide
YouTube is marking its fifth anniversary. The main attraction of this video site is the opportunity for instant fame it presents to ordinary people, simply by putting a video up on the site. Humour and entertainment are the main categories on YouTube, but there has hardly been any research into the phenomenon.
Piet Zwart Institute Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam University (Engels)
After a well-deserved break, it was time for Upload Cinema. A compilation of the best short films, made exclusively for the internet and submitted during the first year. Upload Cinema, an Amsterdam initiative, can also be seen every first Monday of the month in Rotterdam’s Cinerama.
The Pop Up City (Engels)
The contemporary web creates opportunities for for new types of content produced in completely different settings and styles. Every Internet user has the ability to make good stuff and distribute it through the web. There seems to be one rule to become big with your product: quality wins!
Near Future Laboratory (Engels)
An interesting proposition — show shorts that are found online, like on YouTube or Vimeo or wherever in a proper, normal, human bricks & mortar theater. That’s what Upload Cinema in Amsterdam does and, darnit..if I was there, I’d go every month.
A Source of Inspiration (Engels)
With more broadband and the writers strike in Hollywood, 2008 was a great year for online video, from a rising Hulu to the recent peak of 100M Youtube users last month, with no way to ignore the big audience elephant in the room.
Mundo Resink (Engels)
Two industries have been squealing non-stop since Internet’s arrival in our homes. We consumers, as seen by most of the major record labels and film production companies, now finally have a means of doing what we’ve probably always yearned for: to rip and steal what they’re paying a lot of money for.
The Next Web (Engels)
You’ve got to love the Dutch, never running out of ideas and seemingly always a step ahead when it comes to innovation. This time they’ve turned their hands to a worlds first, YouTube at the Cinema, cleverly titled Upload Cinema.