Who haven’t dream of finding that famous scene in that specific film?
Who haven’t repeated hundred times with friends the dialog of those two actors from that great movie?
Today, your dream came true… at least for French film lovers (to start). Vodkaster, the video collaborative platform has launched its beta service this morning. Users can watch thousands of film extracts, can help indexing them (tag, actors names, category/type of scene), commenting them, linking different scenes together, and sharing their findings with other members of the growing Vodkaster community.
Users have as well the possibility to upload extracts of films from YouTube, limited to 3 minutes length.
Users can create their own playlist from the thousands of film extracts available on Vodkaster and share it with friends on Facebook and Twitter.
At this stage, it is difficult to evaluate the future success of Vodkaster, which seems to be related to the number of fans that will freely register to the platform and collaboratively help uploading and indexing movie excerpts. The challenge will then be to monetize this audience and catalog of film excerpts. Probably licensing them to VoD platforms as additional teasers selected by film lovers … will see.