A film about the complexities of copyright in today’s digital world of books, music and films. With a glimpse into the early beginnings of copyright, the film weaves together a range of arguments on the implications of copyright today. Featuring interviews with Pat Kane, Vic Galloway and Alan Bisset amongst other artists, musicians, literary editors, academics and legal experts.
(HDV, 50 mins)

Project Details

Client : Scottish Centre for the Book at Edinburgh Napier University, National Library of Scotland, and the Worshipful Company of Stationers
Date : 12/10/2010
Genre : Documentary

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