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Oliver Stone Accused of Copyright Infringement Due to His Interview with Putin
6.07.2017 19:39
Oliver Stone Accused of Copyright Infringement Due to His Interview with Putin

Russian videographer Vladimir Zhilko from Ufa has accused the American film director Oliver Stone of copyright infringement. Vladimir Zhilko has written about it in Instagram.

      The cameraman has reported that his shots were used by Oliver Stone in the documentary Interview with Putin. These are views of the mosque Lialia-Tiulpan in the 33rd and 48th minutes of the film.  

      According to Vladimir Zhilko, they were purchased on video stock under the standard license, which gives no right to use the material on television”.

      The broadcast of four series of the documentary "Interview with Putin" on Showtime channel in the USA came to an end on June 15. In Russia the documentary was broadcast on Channel One from June 19 to June 22.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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