George, Sandy
October 2002
Film Journal International;Oct2002, Vol. 105 Issue 10, p131
Reports on the proliferation of pirated film videos in Australia as of October 2002. Increase in arrests and seizure of pirated videos; Factors which led to the increase in the demand for pirated videos; Financial impact of film piracy on motion picture producers.


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