The JUMP Society worked with the Juneau Arts Council last August to bring Kembrew McLeod to Juneau for a discussion on intellectual property rights. Kembrew shared some of his film projects and spoke about his book “Freedom of ExpressionÂ®: Overzealous Copyright Bozos and Other Enemies of Creativity.”
Kembrew’s latest project, The Copyright Criminals Remix Contest, encourages artists to sample audio from “Copyright Criminals,” his upcoming documentary. Vocal samples are available from Chuck D, George Clinton, De La Soul, Coldcut, Negativland and other artists interviewed for the film. The winner will have their music featured as a part of the “Copyright Criminals” documentary and will be included on the film’s companion CD.
For more information please visit the The Copyright Criminals Remix Contest at ccMixter.org.