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Baulu, Kat

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Publications about Kat Baulu
Publications by Kat Baulu
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Rip! : a remix manifesto by Brett Gaylor( visu )
9 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 311 libraries worldwide
Explores the complexities of intellectual property in the era of peer-to-peer file sharing. Interviews key figures in the debate, including Gregg Gillis, the Pittsburgh biomedical engineer who moonlights as Girl Talk, a mash-up artist rearranging the pop chart's DNA with his incongruous, entirely sample-based songs. A mash-up in itself, this shatters the wall between users and producers, and challenges the thresholds of 'fair use.'
The fruit hunters ( visu )
3 editions published between 2012 and 2013 in English and held by 276 libraries worldwide
Travels across culture, history and geography to show how intertwined people are with the fruits they eat. The ranks of the fruit-obsessed include adventurers, scientists, fruit detectives and even movie star Bill Pullman, fruit hunters dedicating themselves to searching for and saving rare and exotic fruit, and to creating a Garden of Eden in a world increasingly dominated by industrialized monoculture
Nomads of the oceans ( visu )
1 edition published in 2003 in English and held by 100 libraries worldwide
Nomads of the Ocean: Marine turtles have no nationality; they are true nomads of the ocean. Born on a beach in one country, they travel to feeding and mating grounds thousands of kilometres away before returning to their birthplace to lay eggs many years later. Their years of travel make them particularly vulnerable. This requires all countries to take responsibility for their survival. Nomads of the Ocean examines efforts in Barbados, Bermuda and Qatar to protect marine turtles. These countries are a new voice in examining turtle biology both on land during nesting seasons and in the water where they spend most of their lives. This documentary sensitizes viewers to the issues affecting these fragile creatures, such as habitat destruction, hazardous marine waste and dedicating areas as natural protected reserves. Nomads of the Ocean reveals how conservation of turtles in Barbados, Bermuda and Qatar is successfully increasing the potential survival of these species
Grassroots in Dry Lands ( visu )
2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 19 libraries worldwide
Grassroots in Dry Lands tells the story of three unconventional social workers united by a common vision that transcends the antagonisms between their countries. Nuha, from Nablus (Occupied Palestinian Territories), Talal, from East Amman (Jordan), and Amit, from Sderot (Israel) are empowering some of the region's most disenfranchised, war-scarred communities in an effort to build a just and civil society
Gun runners ( visu )
4 editions published between 2016 and 2017 in English and held by 9 libraries worldwide
"Two North Kenyan warriors trade in their rifles for sneakers and a chance to become professional runners. Years of fleeing from the police have prepared the men for running marathon distances, but do they have what it takes to overcome the corruption, mistrust and jealousy that threaten to derail their careers? Or will they give up on their dreams and return to a life of easy power and money? Told entirely by its central characters, Gun Runners is the American Dream, Kenyan-style."--Jacket
Lost action : trace ( visu )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
Lost Action: Trace is an experimental dance film about the revolving cycles of human conflict. Celebrated choreographer Crystal Pite and veteran dance filmmakers Marlene Millar & Philip Szporer commit an urgent act of remembrance inspired by fading legacies of WWI. As much as the film is couched in a war narrative, it is also a moving homage to Pite's mentors and contemporaries, whose lives and short careers are pitted against the fleeting nature of the dance art form. Expressing the notion of the ultimate physical sacrifice, Pite's soldiers echo the universal lament of the dance world.Combining the raw physicality of athletic power with Theodore Ushev's hauntingly distinct artwork, the film resonates universal themes of the shared effects of conflict, loss, and rescue we experience as we cycle infinitely through states of love and war. Inspired by Crystal Pite's internationally-lauded 70-minute dance production, this 4-minute, 3D live action/animation hybrid dance-film is innovating at the crossroads of cinema, animation and dance
RIP a remix manifesto ( file )
in Undetermined and held by 1 library worldwide
"In RIP: A Remix Manifesto, Web activist and filmmaker Brett Gaylor explores issues of copyright in the information age, mashing up the media landscape of the 20th century and shattering the wall between users and producers."
Source ( visu )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The very embodiment of modern dance - Margie Gillis steps into the light, lifts her arms and unleashes her extraordinary mane into the air. Four decades into a remarkable career, Gillis is a beacon of compassion and creativity, inventing beauty in a world that needs more of it. High-speed cameras capture the delicate and savage joy of Canada's own Isadora Duncan
Whetu Rere : the sealion and the comet ( visu )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
"On the Otago coast, something extraordinary is happening. The world's rarest sea lion species has begun a tentative comeback to the mainland of New Zealand. Just one exceptional female is pioneering her species' historic return"--Container
RiP Manifeste du remixeur ( Book )
1 edition published in 2009 in French and held by 0 libraries worldwide
Documentaire. "Cinéaste et activiste du Web, Brett Gaylor explore ... l'enjeu des droits d'auteurs à l'ère de l'électronique, en brouillant le paysage médiatique du 20e siècle et en supprimant les barrières entre les usagers et les producteurs. Le protagoniste principal du film, Girl Talk, est un musicien mash-up à succès, dont les chansons composites siègent au sommet des palmarès. S'agit-il d'un véritable champion du peuple, ou d'un pirate sans scrupules? Lawrence Lessig, fondateur de Creative Commons, Gilberto Gil, ministre de la Culture au Brésil, et le critique de la culture pop Cory Doctorow s'ajoutent à la distribution de ce documentaire."--Conteneur
Alternative Names
Baulu, Katherine
English (22)
French (1)
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