SPARKcon: Open Creativity. Stronger Community, produced by Red Hat Films
HUMAN CENTERED STORIES - BRANDED DOCUMENTARIES
Branded Documentary Work
The Open Patient: Healing through sharing
The Open Patient tells the story of two brain cancer patients who, by accessing and sharing their medical data, are turning their crises into a movement. Through their advocacy for open healthcare data standards—along with the innovative work of the OpenNotes organization—millions of patients can take control of their healthcare. This is the latest film from Open Source Stories, a series that highlights how values like meritocracy, collaboration, and transparency are changing the ways we live and work. Watch all the films at: https://www.redhat.com/OpenSourceStories #OpenSourceStories
SPARKcon: Open creativity. Stronger community.
What happens when you close city streets and turn over control to creatives? You get a city full of film, dance, geekery, comedy, and fashion. Watch all the films at: https://www.redhat.com/OpenSourceStories SPARKcon is an open festival produced by the creativity incubator VAE Raleigh. For one weekend every year, they close the streets of downtown Raleigh, North Carolina and encourage creative people to fill them with their best ideas. Here’s the catch: There’s no curator, there’s no boss. If you have an idea—something wildly creative—you can do it at SPARKcon. With more than 2,000 artists and 300 volunteers, there are lots of people to collaborate with and help your ideas come to life.
e-NABLE: Open technology, faster progress
The e-NABLE community designs, fabricates, and distributes open source, 3D-printed prosthetics for people who need them—and gives them away for free. Hear from Jon Schull, founder of the e-NABLE community, and the team of volunteers and researchers who are pioneering this movement and making it all possible. #opensourcestories Learn more about e-NABLE at http://enablingthefuture.org/ See more stories at http://www.redhat.com/opensourcestories Presented by Red Hat Films. Inspired by opensource.com.
Penn Manor: The power of open in education
Charlie Reisinger, IT director for the Penn Manor school district, helped bring an open educational model and a 1:1 laptop program to Penn Manor High School. Follow Charlie as he shows how an open philosophy and a collaborative team of teachers, administrators and students leave traditional educational models behind in favor of a future of open possibilities. #opensourcestories http://www.redhat.com/opensourcestories Presented by Red Hat Films. Inspired by opensource.com. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.