Ok, you might want to set this aside and come back to it on the weekend. This is an interesting, full length documentary about the effect of digital creation and distribution on the cultural economy.
It's a thoughtful piece with consideration given to the gamut of creative endeavour from music to book publishing and film making. There are interviews throughout with Moby and Seth Godin amongst others. I was most interested in how the story of Ólafur Arnalds is woven through the narative. He is a young 'crossover classical/pop composer whose music features in the drama Broadchurch that is screening on New Zealand TV now.
It may not capture you attention and imagination, but it is a subject I have written about in the past - including a book review in Idealog magazine that I am not so sure I agree with - or at least hold the same ideas as fervently now as I obviously once did.
At the end of the film Moby makes an excellent point about how we might look back on this era and it all might make sense - but I won't spoil your viewing pleasure.
Perhaps, once you have watched it, come back and leave a message. I'm interested to discuss the subject.
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