PSFK explores how crowdsourcing methods are becoming more popular across several different mediums.

Storytellers are mixing communities to create narratives across mediums. This process often involves sharing with a group or co-creating stories together. This is manifesting itself in film, online and on TV. Below PSFK shares five examples of how, where and by whom group storytelling and crowdsourcing is being used.

Canon Teams Up With Ron Howard To Make Crowdsourced Short Film Inspired By Eight Photos

When You Find Me is a short film produced by Ron Howard and directed by actress Bryce Dallas Howard. It is based on Project Imagin8ion, a photo competition created by the popular camera company Canon. Almost 100,000 photos were submitted for the competition. Ron Howard selected eight winners. Each represented a principal tenet of story telling; setting, time, character and mood for example.

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