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VODО – between piracy and film industry

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In 2006 a group of friends who call themselves The League of Noble Peers, shot the documentary Steal This Film. The subject of the film is the fight between world’s biggest torrent Piratebay and several smaller, also based in Sweden websites, offering free but according to a lot of countries’ laws, illegal downloading of films on one hand, and Hollywood majors on the other. The film is notable for its critical analysis of an alleged regulatory capture attempt performed by the Hollyw...

Variety Launches IMDB Competitor

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Variety's Flix Tracker, which has a team of 150 people to investigate film credits and production information will work on a subscription base.Flix Tracker (is a follow up of TV Tracker recently bought by Variety) is a database that doesn't rely on crowdsourcing but hard listing with human supervision. With Flix Tracker, Variety wants to use the reporting it already does, supplemented with regular calls to in-development and in-production projects, to provide the most up-to-date information on ...

BitTorrent to Distribute Duke City Shootout Films Online

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BitTorrent, Inc., home to the world's leading peer-assisted file distribution platform, today announced its support for the 7th annual Duke City Shootout, the first international script-to-screen digital filmmaking competition. BitTorrent is collaborating with the Digital Filmmaking Institute (DFI), which oversees the Duke City Shootout week-long filmmaking festival, to deliver all of the digital shorts from the past six festivals. Beginning today, the shorts, 42 in total, will be available for ...
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