Chimpanzees Film Their Own Movie

Chimpanzees Film Their Own Movie

In collaboration with the Edinburgh Zoo, producer John Capener has developed a research project which features a film captured entirely by 11 of the zoo’s chimpanzees.

Kyle Studstill
  • 28 january 2010

In collaboration with the Edinburgh Zoo, producer John Capener has developed a research project which features a film captured entirely by 11 of the zoo’s chimpanzees. The Chipcam Project, airing on the BBC,  has been an experiment in exploring new forms of capturing entertainment value in video, as well as understanding non-human capacity for comprehending the link between seeing and filming.

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