apparently they’re starting to order internet providers in canada to release names of people who download specific films so that they can sue everyone for like thousands of dollars
HONESTLY THOUGH THERE IS REAL CRIME HAPPENING IN CANADA WHY DO THEY SPEND SO MUCH TIME ON MOVIE PIRATING
most people who are with the internet provider they’re targeting are students too because it’s like a smaller/cheaper provider
LET’S JUST TARGET ALL THE STUDENTS WITH STUDENT LOANS
The film company is bankrupt so they’re hoping to recoup more on settlements than the $100-$5000 they’d make by taking ppl to court.
Thing is Canadians are deferential to authority and will probably settle rather than hire a lawyer.
Don’t be a tool. If you get a letter hire a lawyer.
Kagemusha — dir. Akira Kurosawa
Wow. The colours.
Micah Saiger, March 2013.
A supporter made me a gift of this amazing wooden slide viewer yesterday.
Did this last night. Went to TIFF Lightbox to see the 70mm remastered version of Hitchcock’s Vertigo. It was magnificent, although even a small popcorn is too much salt for just one person.
Vespa with sidecar, Jaffa St.
Love these colours.
Negroni, TIFF Lightbox bar.
Moeed took me to this sweet little bar in the TIFF Lightbox while we were waiting for our table at Khao San Road.
Apparently I can go see an original 70mm print of 2001: A Space Odyssey on the big screen there. I’m really pretty stoked.
Earlier I was at a wonderful hot yoga session at Moksha Toronto (downtown), the perfect precursor to a lovely cocktail and amaaaaaazing Thai food.
Last night was pretty great too, but I won’t get into that here. Let’s just say this has been an absolutely incredible weekend. Thank you Toronto!
Intersection, old city of Jaffa.
View of Tel Aviv, looking north from Jaffa. Classic postcard edition.