Content Theft, The Full Documentary from Creative America on Vimeo.
The film makes the not surprising point that the entertainment industry is a major source of jobs (hint: we’re in severe recession) and that most union workers aren’t rich like “Marilyn”, making about $55000 a year. And it says film production is down 30% over the past few years, largely because of theft – although recession itself obviously matters.
Previously, I've written about the mass litigation against pirated films brought by the "US Copyright Group", films including "The Steam Experiment" (see this blog April 8, 2010), "Call of the Wild", and even eventually "The Hurt Locker". But many of these were smaller, less well-known films.