H264: The Open-Source Filmmaking Experiment

Described as London’s first open-source filmmaking experiment, H264 is perhaps much more than that. It is organised by film events company Screen Social and serves as an open invitation for musicians, singers, actors, performers of all kind as well as filmmakers to take the stage and have the moment captured by a filmmaking collective who then share the experience.

There are 10 cameras and a multi-screen setup used by this tech-savvy group as part of their open-source experiment. Also, there are no limits on who can perform or what they can present at his showcase, moreover, all proceeds will be going to homelessness charity Shelter.

The three acts tonight are singer/songwriter Matt Perriment, poet Joe Kaplin, and a spoken word performance by Kayla Feldman. H264 takes place on Wednesday 14th June from 7.00pm at The Book Club, 100-106 Leonard St, London EC2A 4RH.

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