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colin firth, antonio banderas, marco bellocchio, marco
PRESS RELEASE
COLIN FIRTH, ANTONIO BANDERAS, MARCO BELLOCCHIO,
MARCO MULLER, ERMANNO OLMI, MONICA BELLUCCI AND MANY MORE:
BIG CINEMA IN AN UNSEEN DOCUMENTARY
IN DEFENCE OF CONTENT, BY THOSE WHO CREATE AND PRODUCE IT
A preview at the conference "Italia Audiovisiva:
diritto d'autore e creatività"
(Audiovisual Italy: copyright and creativity).
Roma, Wednesday 5 October 2011 - at 10 am
Biblioteca Casanatense (MiBAC) - Via Sant'Ignazio, 52
Actors, directors and producers of international standing join together in the fight
against digital piracy. During the conference- debate "Italia Audiovisiva: diritto
d'autore e creatività" (Audiovisual Italy: copyright and creativity) to be held in
Rome on 5 October, a new documentary will be screened that has been made
especially for the occasion by the journalist Antonello Sarno. Involved and appearing
in the film are a number of well-known faces from the Italian and international world of
cinema and television: Oscar-winner Colin Firth, Antonio Banderas, Monica Bellucci,
Ezio Greggio, Alessandro Gassman, Ricky Tognazzi, Giulio Scarpati, Elena Sofia
Ricci, music producer Caterina Caselli, directors Ermanno Olmi, Marco Bellocchio,
Cristina Comencini, the director of the Venice Film Festival Marco Muller and many
more.
During the event, the results will be presented of a survey, "Italy: a Media Creative
Nation" commissioned by Mediaset and carried out by the independent research
institute IsICult - Istituto italiano per l'Industria Culturale.
At the centre of the debate will be the absence of rules on the internet and the rights of
those who create, produce and invest in content. Activities threatened by piracy and by
operators generating great fortunes from the parasitic exploitation of content.
For the first time, a gathering of all those key figures involved in the phenomenon:
producers, artists, authors, directors, economists and politicians.
Taking part:
Fedele Confalonieri, chairman, Mediaset
Giancarlo Leone, deputy general manager, Rai
Corrado Calabrò, chairman, Agcom
Maurizio Costanzo, TV author and presenter
Aldo Grasso, television critic and university lecturer
Oscar Giannino, business journalist
Riccardo Tozzi, chairman, Anica
and the Italian minister for the arts and culture, Giancarlo Galan
Cologno Monzese, Saturday 1 October 2011
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