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  • International Law at the Movies That Matter Festival 2016

    February 29, 2016

    The Movies that Matter Festival 2016 takes place from March 18 -26 in The Hague, presenting over 70 motion pictures and documentaries. The programme ‘Camera Justitia’ includes nine fiction films and documentaries, dozens of post-screening discussions and a master class on justice and international law which will be taught by ICTY Prosecutor, Mr. Serge Brammertz. Oscar-nominated motion picture ‘Krigen ‘ will kick off this year’s edition on Friday 18 March. The film, produced by Tobias Lindholm (Kapringen) and starring Pilou Asbaek (Borgen), shows how an army commander engaged in armed combat in Afghanistan finds himself facing trial after making a tricky decision in a combat situation. Suddenly his struggle takes on an entirely different dimension. Read more about the many fascinating films and highlights that year’s edition of the Movies that Matter Festival has in store for us.

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  • Trouble in Middle-Earth: Tolkien Estate sues Film Producers over Copyright Infringement and Breach of Contract

    Trouble in Middle-Earth: Tolkien Estate sues Film Producers over Copyright Infringement and Breach of Contract

    November 30, 2012

    After the big success of ‘The Lord of the Rings’ trilogy, it is now time for the first of the three upcoming films based on the other classic Tolkien book ‘The Hobbit’. Bilbo Baggins, the head character of the movie, is going to start with an unexpected journey through Middle-Earth. But, one week before the premiere in Wellington and two weeks before the first film of this trilogy hits theaters worldwide, the Tolkien estate has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. Central District Court of California.

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