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FREE & LEGAL FILM TORRENTS

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by theoldpunk, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. theoldpunk

    theoldpunkExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    http://vodo.net/

    Interesting idea - film / documentary makers (they're also hoping to expand into music and books soon) release their work under a Creative Commons licence, then share them using the major torrent networks. What also caught my eye is the fact it's a collaboration between some very 'serious' organisations and the pirate community. That's an interesting development

    The subject matter on offer is varied, to say the least, but I reckon most people will find something worthwhile here. If you do like their work, or the idea of the site, you can pay an optional membership / donation to show your support.
     

  2. TaitheStrange

    TaitheStrangeNew Member New Member


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    Thanks heaps for sharing this! Brilliant website. :thumbsup:
     
  3. Cocytus

    CocytusExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    All film torrents are free and legal....
     
  4. theoldpunk

    theoldpunkExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    I knew someone would start playing semantics!

    Stop being so obtuse, you know exactly what I mean :p
     
  5. SurgeryXdisaster

    SurgeryXdisasterExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    Does anyone know where to get the film Loren Cass?
     
  6. Cocytus

    CocytusExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    Im not being obtuse, theres seriously only 2 DVD releasing companies I support, and thats because theyre my friends.

    Blue Underground and Code Red.
     
  7. theoldpunk

    theoldpunkExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    Did you even look at the site and read what they're trying to do?! o_O :D

    It's not a DVD-releasing company, it's a free space for people to gather and share their creative output under a CC licence using many of the established and not-so-well-known torrent networks. The project also aims to help these people raise funds towards the cost of creating their work. It's the idea as much as the content that appeals to me.

    On a related note, have you checked out Moshpit Tragedy?

    I'm interested to see what your friends are doing though, can you paste links to the sites you mention? Cheers.
     
  8. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member


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    yep i,ve been following this thing since the begginning, it's a very interessing idea....

    Because of the developement cost it's way harder for the movie industry to release free/pay-what-you-want stuff like in the music industry.... But now there are more and more alternatives in this domain...

    I think it started when ThePirateBay and other download sites started to sponsor free movies.... Then it was a big success, a lot of peoples donate money and most of the free films makers released other movies or are working on it


    Like i always say.... what is really killing the industry is not sharing, it's the failture of the industry to adapt to it. And here's another proof.

    On a larger scale, i think it would also benefit to us, the peoples who watch the movies, if the whole industry was working on this basis. Think about it, the movie industry would really answer the viewer's demand, and not create a demand by releasing shitty movies, and shitty trilogies. Movies producers wouldn't release shitty movies just for the money, or make 6 shitty movies with the same story just because the first one was a success..... Today it seems to be the new trend... When a movie gets success, you produce another version, than a third version, etc....
     
  9. Cocytus

    CocytusExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    www.blue-underground.com

    The amazing Bill Lustig behind the amazing 80s slasher film Maniac, as well as Vigilante and some others.
     
  10. Boomstick

    BoomstickExperienced Member Experienced member


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    Wow this is exactly what the world needs, REAL filmmaking and free to get. Hope I can donate or something one day.
     
  11. ASA

    ASAExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    Thankyou!
     
  12. AnarchoAlan

    AnarchoAlanNew Member New Member


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    Not to sure if they are legal but go to One Big Torrent,

    http://onebigtorrent.org

    OneBigTorrent.org is a new place for sharing material that deals with or is relevant to issues of social justice, progressive and radical politics, independent media, ecology.

    Lots of good stuff to be found.
     
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