Wed 4 February 2009, The Scotsman

Faintheart, a movie born on MySpace, was savaged by the critics – but it's still a landmark moment for the movie industry

By Jay Richardson
GEEKS are accustomed to being used and abused. Rarely are they hailed as revolutionising cinema – or regressing the art form irrevocably. According to its producers, Faintheart, a British rom-com set in the world of Viking battle re-enactments and released free in cinemas and online last week, "sought to harness the collective creativity of the world's largest online community in making the world's first fully user-generated feature film".
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