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Brett Gaylor is a Canadian documentary filmmaker living in Montreal, Quebec.[1] Born in 1977, he grew up on Galiano Island, British Columbia. He is a member director of EyeSteelFilm documentary production company and its Head of New Media. He is the founder of the Open Source Cinema project and the web producer of Homeless Nation.[2][3] Contents 1 Documentaries 2 Festivals and Awards 3 See also 4 References 5 External links Documentaries He took part, alongside his fellow directors Daniel Cross and Mila Aung-Thwin (all three of the EyeSteelFilm production company) in a National Film Board of Canada initiative to teach Inuit students in a high school in Inukjuak, Quebec, Nunavik (Quebec) to document their final year in the high school through film. The result was Inuuvunga: I Am Inuk, I Am Alive a joint 58-minute 2004 documentary by 8 students from the Inukjuak - Innalik School. His latest production is entitled RiP!: A Remix Manifesto, a documentary about "the changing concept of copyright".[4][5] RiP!: A Remix Manifesto is a call to overhaul copyright laws. As the title suggests, this documentary is particularly interested in the "legally grey area" of remixing existing works. Festivals and Awards RiP!: A Remix Manifesto was shown at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) in November 2008[6] where it won the Audience Choice Award. In December 2008, it was shown during the Whistler Film Festival,[7] winning the Cadillac People’s Choice Award.[8] It won the Special Jury Prize in Festival du Nouveau Cinéma in Montreal and was a Special Selection at South by Southwest Film Festival (also known as SXSW). See also EyeSteelFilm Open Source Cinema RiP!: A Remix Manifesto Inuuvunga: I Am Inuk, I Am Alive Homeless Nation References ^ Lee, Ellen. "Stanford's Lessig tackling even bigger battle", San Francisco Chronicle, 2008-02-01, p. A1. ^ Mathewson, Alec. "Interview with Brett Gaylor (Open Source Cinema)". ^ Louter, Lysanne. "They're homeless but connected", The Gazette, 2005-11-27, p. A6. ^ Kirsner, Scott. "CinemaTech Filmmaker Q&A: Brett Gaylor of Open Source Cinema". ^ Sinnott, Shane. "The Load-Down", Montreal Mirror, 2007-03-29. Accessed 2008-06-30. ^ "winners at the IDFA festival 2008" ^ "iofilm review of RiP. A Remix Manifesto" ^ Maclean's article: Mashing-up copyright in ‘RiP: A Remix Manifesto.’ External links RiP!: A Remix manifesto - Open Source Cinema "Etherworks.ca, the home page of Brett Gaylor." CBC Search Engine interview with Brett Gaylor. v · d · eEyeSteelFilm Founders Daniel Cross  • Mila Aung-Thwin Directors Mila Aung-Thwin  • Laura Bari  • Richard Boyce • Yung Chang • Daniel Cross  • Eric "Roach" Denis • Lixin Fan • Brett Gaylor  • Mitchell Kezin • Omar Majeed • Halima Ouardiri Documentaries The Street: A Film with the Homeless (1997)  • Too Colourful for the League (2001)  • S.P.I.T.: Squeegee Punks in Traffic (2001)  • Music for a Blue Train (2002)  • Bone (2002)  • RoachTrip (2003)  • Inuuvunga: I Am Inuk, I Am Alive (2004)  • Chairman George (2005)  • Punk the Vote! (2006)  • Up the Yangtze (2007)  • RiP!: A Remix Manifesto (2008) • Antoine (2008) • Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam (2009) • Last Train Home (2009) Persondata Name Gaylor, Brett Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1981 Place of birth Date of death Place of death