more info they basically came to audiovisual comission in Spain m15 movement with a story that they were a small production company out of Argentina. based on that they tried to buy footage from the collective at super low rate ($7/second I beluve) and then later in contract discussions it came out that they were buying the footage for turner, and they started trying to insert all kinds of crazy IP clauses like future media forms etc into the contract. so beware of dealing with them.
On Nov 11, 2011 2:31 PM, "Vlad T" <email@example.com
hey we dealt with these people in Madrid. they are a front company for Turner Broadcasting
On Nov 11, 2011 2:27 PM, "Sofía Gallisá Muriente" <firstname.lastname@example.org
As I wrote some days back, I was contacted by a production company from Argentina working on a documentary series who are in need of OWS footage. They have been filming stories of social/political activism around the world for an investigative journalism piece called "26 People to Save the World" and intend on coming to NY to film some more at OWS and elsewhere in the states. For full disclosure, I will be working for them as a production coordinator here in NY.
- let her know that you're writing from the media team at OWS and that you got her information from me.
Obviously we're all involved in this occupation and this media group because of our political and artistic commitment, but this seems to me like an interesting opportunity to share the images we've been collecting with a broader audience and hopefully get some compensation for it that'll help you continue dedicating time and energies to OWS while still paying the bills.
keep on keeping on,