A one night engagement at the Detroit Institute of Arts, 11/06/14
The advent of YouTube and vlogs (video-logs) have given us the ability to record, upload and distribute our deepest secrets, funniest outtakes and most vulnerable moments, connecting us in ways we never thought possible.
Established filmmakers to soccer moms are delving into this new medium of expression, and internet videos from the absurd to the discerning are now woven into the fabric of society, but, why do people vlog? Can vlogging be an art form?
Award-winning L.A. filmmaker Zeke Anders explores these questions and more about this global trend in social media and the diversity of 'moving-image selfies' from around the world. (90 min.)
Created & curated by Zeke Anders
Written by Zeke Anders & Mary Westcott
Produced by Larry Baranski
Executive Producer: Elliot Wilhelm
Line Producer: Stephen McLallen
Image Capture: Andrew Erickson
Editor: Aldo Bovaira
Stage Manager: Emily Bowyer
Projectionist: Paul Bancel
Payroll: Matthew Breneau
Recorded at the Detroit Institute of Arts + Detroit Film Theatre on November 6th, 2014, Detroit, MI.
The excerpts are presented with permission.