I very recently came across your article, The Church of the Mother Fucker. Excellent piece, truly. (I’m sure you can imagine how I might have ended up at such a destination.) Then, I went on to view an Entheogen video on Google, plus your own video Piracy Is Good?
Your one was incredibly intriguing to me, and maybe a fortuitous piece of synchronicity. After a long period of development I have finally finished my first feature film screenplay, The Willow Tree. However, because it is written with two distinct markets in mind – USA and India – regarding production both the economic disparities between these two film industries means that presently the numbers don’t stack up, plus this is a story that has never before been attempted. (I have sent this here email to your email@example.com address, attaching three short supporting documents.)
I would like to ask you how you might see the model you describe in your seminar being adapted to film. Further, do bit torrent sites tend to fight/scramble for geographic territories? What are their relationships with the search engines? Why is it that governments and rights holders haven’t been able to finally shut them down (eg., Pirate Bay)? Is it the long-term vision of these sites to become legitimate distributors in the future? Are the film companies talking to them? Will they? How might I approach the bit torrent sites to obtain an exclusive upload, therefore ensuring an exclusive download? From this, what exactly am I selling to the advertising agencies? What are the present numbers of downloads from bit torrent sites, and geographically? What are the projected future numbers? You mentioned the threat from underneath: eg., the search engines; where are they in all this? Can Facebook be utilised? Etc., etc..
Many questions, and it is all very interesting stuff. Maybe you could consult? I live in London.
Have a fantastic Christmas and a Merry New Year.
Do you think if DNA , were frozen from birth, they could be used to fix old age? I’ve always thought so.
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