Creating a short documentary film takes a lot of work—months of pre-production, production, and post-production, gigabytes of footage, hundreds of hours of editing and graphics time, and dozens of people. When you’re lucky enough to create these amazing short documentaries as part of your day job at Red Hat, that sometimes means you don’t get
It’s my first week on the job as associate creative director of Red Hat Films, and I’m already suffering from some serious déjà vu. While I don’t expect to see my face in some old company photo like Jack Nicholson in The Shining, there is something eerily familiar about the Red Hat open source story.
Red Hat went to the local American Advertising Awards at the Durham Armory last Thursday night. And we got a little fancy, as we do. This is our second year in a row entering our work into this distinguished national competition, whose aim is “to recognize and reward the creative spirit of excellence in the
The Open Patient has humble beginnings rooted in the open source way where good ideas can come from anyone and anywhere. Rushing out the door into the gray morning for another business trip, Mark Coggin, director of product marketing for Red Hat, grabbed the damp copy of the Boston Globe lying in the driveway. He
The West Chester Film Festival is an annual film festival dedicated to short films of all genres, and was held April 22-24 in West Chester, PA. Our short documentary, e-NABLE: Open technology, faster progress, was not only accepted into the film festival, but it was also nominated for and (spoiler alert) won Best Documentary! Here’s
When our team was tasked with finding human-centered open source stories, we searched through a lot of material. Charlie Reisinger, IT director for the Penn Manor school district, who helped bring an open educational model and a 1:1 laptop program to Penn Manor High School, kept resurfacing as a story with passion and potential that
As the Creative Strategy + Design + Video team geared up for this past Summit we came across some inspiring open source stories with help from our colleagues at OpenSource.com. We were so moved and excited by all of the different ways open source can be woven into the world that we jumped at the