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New Wikipedia doc shot with Panasonic AJ-HPX3000

Hollywood-based Glen Echo Entertainment is in production on a full-length doc called Truth in Numbers?: The World According to Wikipedia, and it's being shot with Panasonic's AJ-HPX3000 1080p P2 HD camcorder. The film, co-directed by Scott Glosserman and Nic Hill, explores Wikipedia's rise, from its launch to the implications of the communal information-sharing site. Glen Echo is editing in-house, working on eight-core Intel-based Mac workstations running Final Cut Pro Studio HD. The film will be completed in time for 2009 film fest submissions.
August 26, 2008

Hollywood-based Glen Echo Entertainment is in production on a full-length doc called Truth in Numbers?: The World According to Wikipedia, and it’s being shot with Panasonic’s AJ-HPX3000 1080p P2 HD camcorder. The film, co-directed by Scott Glosserman and Nic Hill, explores Wikipedia’s rise, from its launch to the implications of the communal information-sharing site. Glen Echo is editing in-house, working on eight-core Intel-based Mac workstations running Final Cut Pro Studio HD. The film will be completed in time for 2009 film fest submissions. Read more here.

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