From: NoBudget VideoFilmfestival (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Dec 28 2009 - 16:50:53 PST
You might want to try good old archive.org . It's the first place I
would browse for found footage if I needed something particular.
There you can also decide what kind of license you want to put it on and
I don't think they do censor any content there,
Jason Boughton schrieb:
> I'm looking for a hosting service, along the lines of Youtube, for a
> few video art pieces for my website. The main reasons Youtube wont
> work is that they are longer (15 min. +), sometimes quite sexually
> explicit (there's a very very long watersports shot in one video...)
> and almost entirely found footage. I might be able to argue fair use
> as far as the appropriated material goes, but the length and perv
> factor, I don't think so. I think I'd have the same problem with
> Vimeo, but I'm not sure - does anyone use that service? Any other
> suggestions? Is there one that is particularly sympathetic to the sort
> of production Frameworkers do?
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.