[FSUG-Bangalore] steal the film and meet jamie king
anilbpai at gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 14:26:23 IST 2008
I wanna watch this !!! is it free ?? can anyone attend ??
On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 9:51 AM, Senthil Sundaram (sensunda) <
sensunda at cisco.com> wrote:
> The Centre for Internet and Society and Pedestrian Pictures cordially invite
> you to the screening of
> Steal This Film by Jamie King
> The director will be present at the screening to anchor the post film
> Film: Steal This Film (TV Cut) A new edit combining Steal This Film and
> Steal This Film II, which hasn't been previously released or screened.
> Date and Time:
> Saturday, November 8, 2007
> 17:30 - 19:00 hrs.
> The Centre for Internet and Society
> D-2, Third Floor, Shariff Chambers (Wockhardt hospital building)
> Cunningham Road,
> (For directions to the venue call, CIS on +91 80 4092 6283.)
> More about the film:
> 'Steal this Film' is a documentary series (which are available for free
> download online) about the culture of piracy and issues
> surrounding intellectual property, and the cultural and economic implications
> of the Internet.
> It has been selected for screening at Sheffield International Documentary
> Film Festival, South By Southwest (SXSW) festival in
> Austin, Texas, the Singapore International Film Festival, and the International
> Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam.
> More about the director:
> Jamie King is a film maker, writer and activist working enthusiastically in
> the area of new media, post-IP culture and social
> organisation. A former editor of Mute Magazine, lobbyist at the
> UN, journalist at ITN News, and consultant for Channel 4 Television,
> Jamie is now focused on radical approaches to sharing, exchange
> and co-operation indicated by network technologies across a variety
> of media.
> Co-organiser of the 2003 WSIS? We Seize! counter-UN summit, Jamie continues
> to be involved in highlighting the importance of information politics in the
> social movements. STEAL THIS FILM I and II, documentaries exploring the
> uncertain future of intellectual property, have been downloaded over 4
> million times via BitTorrent and featured at numerous international film
> Pedpics is unstoppable in November - nearly 20 films will be screened
> throughout the month! Besides this screening on Nov 8, there will be two
> film festivals this month, more announcements soon.
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