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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 5:20PM   |  68 comments

Blog posting written by Ann Michel and Phil Wilde, coprincipals of insights International (Ithaca and New York City)

The story of Judith Griggs and Cooks Source magazine has become very big news for artists on the internet.

As some of you know, the story broke on November 3 that Ms. Griggs, the editor of Cooks Source magazine, found an article online by...

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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 5:02PM   |  66 comments

Blog posting written by Ann Michel and Phil Wilde, coprincipals, Insights International (Ithaca and New York City)

This term, "fair game,"  is an expression many of you used recently when commenting about the ethics of posting certain films on-line. Manyof you have contended that once something is posted on-line, it becomes "fair game"--for use,...

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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 4:57PM   |  59 comments

Blog posting written by Ann Michel and Phil Wilde, coprincipals of Insights International (Ithaca and New York City)

Is it ever possible to shoot without changing the behaviors of the people in front of the camara? 

When we make a documentary, we claim to give our viewers an accurate, inside look at a part of the world. When people agree to be on camera and...

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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 4:50PM   |  38 comments

Blog written by Ann Michel and Phil Wilde, coprincipals of Insights International (Ithaca and New York City)

We have been talking about privacy, and the ethics of posting a film made long before posting existed as a way of distributing video. 

Many of you argued that our film, made in 1988, should be posted for the altruistic reasons that this film was created for: to...

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Posted by Patricia Zimmermann at 10:15AM   |  93 comments

Post written by Ann Michel and Phil Wilde, principals, Insights International, Ithaca/New York City

 In 1988, we made a film about kids growing up poor in rural New York State. This period was before the internet and perhaps many of our readers were born. 
 

The kids who were willing to be...

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