Columbia Journalism Review :: It began with an invitation to present at a TEDX event in Grand Rapids, MI. I wanted to share with the TED audience the complex relationship between “creationism” and “curationism”—or, more simply, the way creators are also organizers of ideas and content. It seemed pretty simple. On stage in Grand Rapids, I told the story of being both a filmmaker and curator. And I showed a short clip from a film, about 30 seconds or so out of a 15-minute presentation.
[Steven Rosenbaum:] It should have been fair use. And, as the anger began to rise inside me, more seriously—it was my film.
A report by Steven Rosenbaum, www.cjr.org