The DEEP FILM Access Project: Ontology and Metadata Design for Digital Film Production Assets

Sarah Atkinson, Jos Lehmann, Roger Evans

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Abstract

The Deep Film Access Project (DFAP) aims to unlock latent opportunities that exist within the big and complex data sets generated by industrial digital film production. The project is developing a methodology for the integration of the data and metadata generated through film production, by capturing, archiving and making accessible the diverse range and levels of expertise which exist within filmmaking. As a proof-of-principle, the project uses the entire corpus of Sally Potter’s 2012 film, Ginger & Rosa, providing an emblematic example of an industrial digital feature film production in contemporary Britain which features the work of a number of renowned and prolific practitioners in the UK and international film industry. Our initial focus is on a case-study of materials associated with a single scene from the film.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Second IEEE Big Data 2014 Workshop
Place of PublicationUSA
Pages1-4
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 27 Oct 2014
EventThe Second IEEE Big Data 2014 Workshop - Bethesda, Maryland, USA, 27 October 2014
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WorkshopThe Second IEEE Big Data 2014 Workshop
Period27/10/14 → …

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Keywords

  • digital filmmaking
  • film archiving
  • ontological design
  • film metadata
  • digital asset management

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Atkinson, S., Lehmann, J., & Evans, R. (2014). The DEEP FILM Access Project: Ontology and Metadata Design for Digital Film Production Assets. In The Second IEEE Big Data 2014 Workshop (pp. 1-4). USA.
Atkinson, Sarah ; Lehmann, Jos ; Evans, Roger. / The DEEP FILM Access Project: Ontology and Metadata Design for Digital Film Production Assets. The Second IEEE Big Data 2014 Workshop. USA, 2014. pp. 1-4
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The Second IEEE Big Data 2014 Workshop. USA, 2014. p. 1-4.

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Atkinson S, Lehmann J, Evans R. The DEEP FILM Access Project: Ontology and Metadata Design for Digital Film Production Assets. In The Second IEEE Big Data 2014 Workshop. USA. 2014. p. 1-4