Brave New Films is on the edge of something. I’m not a fan of all they produce, some of it is too rushed. And I have other complaints. Some of their stuff is certainly well worth watching. But they are not a movie studio. Nor are they some joker with a webcam and YouTube account. They are somewhere between the two. (Check out Brave New Theaters for even more interesting changes they’re trying to make in the movie world.) Much of what they’ve made in the past year has been as close to democratic movie making as possible. They blur the line between audience and source. Just as YouTube and the web in general has, Brave New Films has blurred the line between content provider and content consumer.
One of their new projects is the Iraq Veterans Memorial.
In the spirit evident in other Brave New Films this is a “moving memorial”, open to input, even video footage, or especially video footage, and other contributions from the general public. Visit their website to learn more.