[Filmfestivalresearch] festivals and data use/sharing

Sydney J. Levine sydney at sydneysbuzz.com
Fri Dec 6 18:04:57 CET 2013

Of course the Brits have a festival guide on line as does WithoutaBox.com

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On 12/5/13, 12:01 PM, "Barnes, Heather" <hlbarnes at email.unc.edu> wrote:

>I'm working on research on how film festivals use, manage, and share
>data. One of my questions is about the existence of data sharing and
>collaborative networks that integrate information across the festival
>circuit. I'm wondering if any of you know of specific data networks
>(aside from imdb) that would serve the purpose of, for example, a sort of
>union catalog of films that appear in festivals each year. Any other
>insights or articles/books about how festivals are using data to grow or
>manage operations would be welcome. Thanks!
>Heather Barnes
>PhD student, UNC Chapel Hill
>School of Info/Lib Sci
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