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We thank you! Fantastic news! Also glad that there are at least three other human beings aware of his work! Hate to tell you but these are NOT public domain or Creative Commons licensed.
In the US or Russia. I wish they were, but no. And some even have Criterion logos. Criterion is not some megacorporation and does the film world great service in preserving such films.
Their profitability and sustainabiity margins are not wide. Things like this do their operations harm. Not to mention how many scenes are stuck in my mind from that movies the fire, the young bell maker yelling, the poor jester in the rain, the finale with the orthodox icon montage..
I have watched documentaries about him cause I was curious. He died young but he left us with so much to discuss and think and he did have a voice of his own that I see other directors sort of copy now, dare I say especially the cinematic poetic device of one scene in slow motion, I think Tarkovsky was one of the first to use it.
I know nobody alive director who is that down to earth and honest about his own work and cinema in general Tarkovsky said it is very expensive art. But today you see directors making movies without knowing their subject well, only technical abilities and no intellectual input talking about contemporary newer German cinema, to give an example.
The far east cultures are the only ones producing now any fresh looks on cinematic art. These films are ripped directly from Criterion DVDs — you can clearly see the logo and this is neither public domain or CC property.
People have notified Criterion so I trust they will get in touch with Film Annex and have them removed. We sure wouldnt want anyone watching a 45 year old film for FREE when they should be paying studio suits for that privilege.
God, we just admire the HELL out of you both!! Are you both feeling proud enough yet, fellas, or should we send you both roses in gratitude for your crack detective work?
Ahh well, Im sure youre already on your way to scanning YouTube for videos to report, so dont let me stop ya, kids. Try not to get your superhero capes caught in your pant zippers, k?
Thanks for posting this. Does anyone know where or how can we get at least English subtitles for Stalker? I wanted to understand anything from what they are saying the the movie does not have subtitles at all….
David, are you looking at the right videos? Stalker does have English subtitles. Don Alex- Criterion are a SMALL, independent company, unaffiliated with any studio, that focuses almost exclusively on costly restorations of niche releases that would otherwise be under-represented or ignored by the mass market.
As an earlier poster said, their operating expenses are high, and their profit margins are low. They count on the sales from a handful of popular licensed titles to cover the costs of releasing films that they believe are culturally important, but unlikely to turn a profit.
They are anything but. Yes, the new posted links with Stalker split in two, have subtitles. Criterion as well as the other companies distributing these films in the US do difficult, expensive work keeping this sort of stuff in circulation, and this sort of distribution needs to be approved by them.
At the Criterion-associated website mubi. Perhaps Criterion would like to make available a PayPal donation page for voluntary funding for their work.
Does anyone know if they have one? Personally, I would like to donate some money, after having watched one of these films.
I say that because I would like look on the work they do as a public good, and as a service to the intellectual commons.
Given the other content on their site, and the fact that most of the Tarkovsky stuff has already been taken down, I would be shocked if Film Annex actually had any rights to show these films.
Tarkvsky might have been the best known soviet director but calling him the best would be a huge injustice to all the other great soviet filmmaker such as Ryazanov.
People who make such claims know nothing about Soviet cinema. Similarly Film Annex or online sites with films serve like libraries with FREE access where one can explore cinema.
For movies that would otherwise be out of circulation, like this one, the model can be a bit different again to the ones that try to incentivize the production of content.
Bank accounts, cars and private property cannot be multiplied recursively and distributed at almost zero cost.
The contents of a bank account can indeed be multiplied recursively and distributed at almost zero cost. Everyone who has ever toiled at a job in exchange for a paycheck has done precisely the same thing.
The fundamental issue is incentivization. The jurisprudence of copyright law justifies the grant of a commercial monopoly in an intellectual work explicitly in order to incentivize the production of intellectual works.
That is the whole reason we have copyright law. There is no robust case in favor of intellectual property that relies solely on justice.
Justice only comes in granted that there are commercial actions being performed on intellectual works. IF there is going to be commerce in intellectual goods THEN it is just that the author has a monopoly on those goods.
But if there is no longer commerce in intellectual goods, there is no purchase for an argument for fairness or justice. People cannot have an arbitrary prima facie right to police the actions performed on intellectual works after they are out of their hands.
The only reason people are disposed to think of this issue as a question of justice is because we are used to the idea of having a copyright.
Contrary to your portrait of the persecuted author, anyone who continues to have an expectation of financial gain from intellectual labour in a world where copyright law has become much more than today utterly ineffectual, is being foolish and irresponsible.
It is simply financially unwise. So it really does come down to incentivization. Such a world would have only those artists that can support their creative endeavors themselves.
It would be beneficial to try and implement a model like this sooner rather than later. The conservatism of the content industries is delaying that.
So in answer to your final question, besides it being illegal, and there being a moral obligation to obey the law, I do not see any prima facie injustice in the infringement of copyright.
Kopimi; The file-sharing debate is hereby buried. We talk about better and worse ways of indexing, archiving and copying, not whether copying is right or wrong.
Winter is pouring down the hillside. Make way for spring. More absurdity. Rights exist to protect individuals from the tyranny of the mob.
There is considerably more justificatory weight behind the maintenance of a national economy, and the prohibition of forgery, than there is behind the defense of copyright.
Society does not grind to a halt if artists are no longer given an incentive to produce work. Your analogy is false, but to it I offer another one.
The outlook you profess would have us prohibit the availability of the electric lightbulb because justice demands that the chandler is owed a living.
The traditional jurisprudence of copyright law, and indeed patent law too, frames the law in terms of incentivization. If you have a conceptual problem with that, it is entirely yours.
A person of conscience is mindful of the lives of anyone affected by any transaction. The fact that you would consciously deny economic justice to a group of people whose products you enjoy is contemptible.
I can forgive stupidity, FD, but not the willful denial of justice to people other than yourself. This conversation is over. In the last decade, copyright welfare has suffered its greatest blow.
Despite draconian laws passed at the start of last century, copyright welfare must face the realities of a capitalist competitive society. I think the equation is clear.
Find some other way of earning an income. Just to puncture your hysterical rhetoric: copyright infringement is not theft. Theft is a crime.
Piecemeal infringement is a tort. Tort is addressed not by prosecution but by litigation. It is a civil matter. Nobody gets deprived of the item on which the infringement is performed.
To ignore them is to risk being whipped up by industry propaganda into a moralistic frenzy. Finally, I can hold my breath for your forgiveness.
Your forgiveness for having enough respect for you to discuss an important issue with you over an internet comment stream. You have to forgive me because I dare to disagree with you, and speak my mind about it.
I doubt there is no problem for Criterion having these free to view online. Bunch of necrophiliacs. There are some works that should definitely be able to be viewed by everyone without cost.
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