“Vidding” documentaries (2008) Vidding (2008) is a series of six short documentaries produced by the Organization for Transformative Works for inclusion in the Learning Library of MIT’s New Media Literacies project. These films are part of a larger group of
Nice basic overview of some big fanfic-and-copyright discussions that have taken place over the years, from 50 Shades to Marion Zimmer Bradley to Kindle Worlds. For more in-depth analysis of legal issues surrounding fanworks, check out some of the many,
Like other transformative practices, fan editing continues its development amid ongoing challenges to accessibility that are complicated by legal and ethical disputes in online media. Because of their technical characteristics, fan edits are typically distributed through the same channels as
OTW Fanvidding series, part 6: Good Vids, Bad Vids (Source: http://techtv.mit.edu/)
[META] OTW Fanvidding series, part 4: Tech and Tools
OTW Fanvidding series, part 4: Tech and Tools
[META] OTW Fanvidding series, part 3: Why We Vid
OTW Fanvidding series, part 3: Why We Vid
[META] OTW Fanvidding series, part 2: Collaboration and Community
OTW Fanvidding Community
[META] OTW Fanvidding series, part 1: What is Vidding?
OTW Fanvidding series: What is Vidding?
[META] Fan Art Law at Comic-Con (by deviantart)
Fan Art Law at Comic-Con (by deviantart) From a review of the video by Boing Boing: Here’s an hour-long presentation on copyright law and fan art from San Diego ComicCon 2012, presented by a lawyer from DeviantArt who once worked
[META] Vidding documentary by Abigail Christensen