The Raging Grannies Anti Occupation Club (Full Version)

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All across Israel, the film accompanies 76-year old Hava and her friends.
As Raging Grannies the women make revolutionary texts and music, protest in front of checkpoints or drive under their own steam to the occupied areas to meet formerly imprisoned Palestinians. Once a Zionist and Soldier of the Haganah, Hava fights today for the release of all political prisoners in Israel.

Pnina, aged 82 and since the end of the 1930s active in the communist movement, weekly drives to the occupied areas together with a mobile team of physicians and Tamar, 79, began her new life as a lawyer at the age of 60 and since then she represents Palestinian prisoners at Israeli military courts.

A film not merely on the Israeli occupation policy but above all on those who once made it real and today fight against it with all their means, even if they are in their 80ies.  Run time: 88 minutes

 

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Good Copy Bad Copy documents the conflict between current copyright law and recent technological advances that enable the Sampling of music, as well as the distribution of copyrighted material via peer-to-peer file sharing search engines such as The Pirate Bay. MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) CEO Dan Glickman is interviewed in connection with a raid by the Swedish police against The Pirate Bay in May 2006. Glickman concedes that piracy will never be stopped, but states that they will try to make it as difficult and tedious as possible.

Gottfrid Svartholm and Fredrik Neij from The Pirate Bay are also interviewed, with Neij stating that The Pirate Bay is illegal according to US law, but not Swedish law. The interviews document attitudes towards art, culture and copyright in a number of countries, including the US, Sweden, Russia, Nigeria, and Brazil.

The situation in Nigeria and Brazil is documented in terms of innovative business models that have developed in response to new technological possibilities and changing markets.

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