Remix Manifesto: A True Movie for the Digital Age

It’s nice to see cultural anthropology professor Michael Wesch getting featured right now on YouTube’s homepage. (A professor getting featured on YouTube? That has to be a first.) Anyway, Wesch is directing viewers to a film called RIP: A Remix Manifesto, a prize winning film that offers a “probing investigation into how culture builds upon culture [think mashup] in the information age.” I have posted the trailer above. You can also watch the complete movie in multiple parts on YouTube (Part 1 is here), or directly download the entire film and name your price. If you haven’t seen Wesch’s own videos, you can watch his creative pieces here, here, and here.

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