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[qi:_newteevee] Babelgum (the “other” peer-to-peer Internet TV startup), will host an online film festival to “reward the very best in international independent short filmmaking.” They even got Spike Lee to be an “honorary” judge (read: he’ll only watch a handful of of flicks). It’s great that […]

[qi:_newteevee] Babelgum (the “other” peer-to-peer Internet TV startup), will host an online film festival to “reward the very best in international independent short filmmaking.” They even got Spike Lee to be an “honorary” judge (read: he’ll only watch a handful of of flicks). It’s great that Babelgum is creating a program to recognize the short film format, but there are some problems with this festival. Continue reading to find out.

  1. Hi Om, thanks for the post. We posted some clarifications on our blog, concerning rights:

    http://www.babelgum.com/blog/?p=55

    and on Chris’ post:

    http://newteevee.com/2007/09/02/babelgums-online-film-fest-right-train-wrong-track/#comment-98575

    Basically, most of the things he said were missing have always been there. We’ll try to be more quick on our blog next time, only all of us were in Venice and were quite hectic days…

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