Copyright criminals [videorecording] / Indiepix Films and Cactus Three present in association with Changing Images and The Independent Television Service ; produced by Benjamin Franzen and Kembrew McLeod ; director, producer, editor, and cinematographer, Benjamin Franzen ; writer and music consultant, Kembrew McLeod.
- 1 copy at Berklee College of Music.
0 current holds with 1 total copy.
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|Media Center||DVD 3968||37684001055864||Media Center Desk||Available||-|
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (53 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [New York, NY] : Distributed by Indiepix Films, c2010.
|General Note:|| Title from container.
Special features: trailer; extended interviews; featured songs from the film and more.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| El-P, RJD2, music soundtrack; additional music by Dermes, DJ Food, Mr. Len, and Clyde Stubblefield.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Chuck D., George Clinton, De La Soul, Steve Albini, Hank Shocklee, Eclectic Method, Eyedea & Abilities, Mr. Len, Harry Allen, Jeff Chang, Sage Francis, DJ Spooky, DJ Obert, Miho Hatori, El-P, Saul Williams, Clyde Stubblefield.
|Summary, etc.:|| As hip-hop rose from the streets of New York to become a multibillion-dollar industry, artists such as Public Enemy and De La Soul began reusing portions of previously recorded music for their songs. But when record company lawyers got involved everything changed. Years before people started downloading and remixing music, hip-hop sampling sparked a debate about copyright, creativity, and technological change that still rages today.
|Target Audience Note:|| Not rated.
|System Details Note:|| DVD; aspect ratio 1.78:1; Dolby digital 2.0 stereo; widescreen.
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