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New Copyright Protection Messages to Be Launched
06 May 2014 : Aisling Newton
LoveMovies.ie, on behalf of the industry trust of IP awareness, has launched a new partnership with the National Media College Dublin to create new copyright protection messages.

On April 30, Lovemovies launched a new partnership with the National Media College, Dublin inviting students to create a new message/trailer that highlights the issues surrounding copyright protection and the effects of illegal downloading on the Irish Film Industry. The winning entry will screen in cinemas nationally this September as part of the ad reel messages before the main feature film.

Eoin Wrixon of Wide Eye Media, who recently rebranded from Carlton Screen Advertising, said of the partnership; “Wide Eye Media is delighted to support the Lovemovies.ie/National Media College initiative to raise awareness of Intellectual Property and Copyright Protection. Without these, there is no film industry. We recognise all the hard work that goes into making movies and which has to be paid for. We are looking forward to putting the winning entry on the big screen.”

The entries will be voted on by the Irish Industry Trust for IP Awareness, aided by Michael Garland of Grand Pictures who will also offer advice and support to the students getting started on this project. Kelly McErlean, Director of NMC has said; “This is a great opportunity for next the generation of Filmmakers to show their understanding of copyright issues and the important part the audience plays in the Film Industry.”

Lovemovies.ie aims to educate and inform audiences on how to protect copyright and promote creativity. The best of the entries will be available to view on Lovemovies.ie as part of their ‘Moments Worth Paying For’ campaign library.

For more information on how to enter check out Lovemovies.ie or NationalMediaCollege.ie. You can also follow the conversation on Twitter at @lovemoviesIre.



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