The following is a list of movies about Wikipedia .

Movies

  1. The Truth According to Wikipedia (also referred to as Wiki’s Waarheid and Wiki’s Truth ) is a 2008 Dutch documentary film about Wikipedia directed by IJsbrand van Veelen which was originally shown on VPROBacklight . The documentary examines the reliability of Wikipedia , and the dichotomy between use of experts versus amateur editors. The movie includes commentary from Wikipedia co-founders Jimmy Walesand Larry Sanger , The Cult of the Amateur author Andrew Keen , O’Reilly Media chief executive officer Tim O ‘ Reilly , and former editor-in-chief of Encyclopædia Britannica Robert McHenry . Keen argues that experts should serve as guardians of information during the Web 2.0 phenomenon; This point of view is supported by analysis from Sanger. The film was released as a language and an English language edition (with subtitles for interviews in other languages).
  2. Truth in Numbers? Is a 2010 American documentary film which explores the history and cultural implications of the online user-editable encyclopedia Wikipedia . The film attempts to answer the question of whether all kinds of individuals or just experts should be tasked with editing an encyclopedia. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger . Commentators That APPEAR in the movie include author Howard Zinn , Len Downie of The Washington Post , Bob Schieffer of CBS News , Former Encyclopædia Britannica Chief Robert McHenry , and Former Central Intelligence Agency Director James Woolsey . Wikipedia, the controversial and controversial Essjay controversy and the Wikipedia biography controversy .
  3. People are Knowledge is a film made during the course of a research project that explored how alternate methods of citation could be employed on Wikipedia . The film is a series of written and oral essays on the subject. It was made by Priya Sen, Zen Marie and Achal Prabhala.

See also

  • Bibliography of Wikipedia

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