AIMC 2012: croissants, copyright and failure to acknowledge the box office by: Alex Prior
Screen Hub Wednesday 22 August, 2012
As the morning sun shone down on the third day of the Australian International Movie Convention on the Gold Coast, Neal Gane, Managing Director of the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft regaled the breakfasting exhibitors with the Convention`s third speech on piracy, and Screen Hub was moved to editorialise on honesty and the success of a message.
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