Steal This Film - Trial Edition

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Steal This Film - Trial Edition
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Steal This Film - Trial Edition Title Card
Format Video (Web)
Genre Documentary
Origin UK, Germany
Language English, with some subtitled Swedish
Release Date February 2009
Running Time 52 min
Created by The League of Noble Peers
Directed by The League of Noble Peers
Produced by The League of Noble Peers
Written by NA
Screenplay by NA
Distributed by The League of Noble Peers
Narrated by NA
Starring Members of The Pirate Bay and Piratbyrån
Music by NA
Cinematography by NA
Edited by NA
Production Company The League of Noble Peers
Location(s) UK, Germany
Original Channel NA
Additional Information
Based on NA
Topics Technology, Computers, Hacking, Piracy
Follows Steal This Film, Steal This Film II
Precedes NA
Associated Video Good Copy Bad Copy, RiP!: A Remix Manifesto, TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard

Steal This Film - Trial Edition (also known as '2.5' or 'Spectrial' edition) was released to coincide with the trial in 2009 of The Pirate Bay.


This version of Steal This Film includes material from Steal This Film I and II combined with new interviews shot with Peter Sunde and others during 2008, some historical background about the Pirate Bay and Dutch printers (who were also considered pirates) as well as interview clips about the legal conflict itself. Steal This Film 'Spectrial Edition' is widely available online and it is thought to be this version that is now available to television stations and others. One full-length copy is available for online viewing on the popular video-sharing website YouTube.

The new edition of Steal This Film was part of the Official Selection and in competition at the 2009 Roma Fiction Festival (Factual strand). The jury awarded a Special Mention for its "unconventional style and provocative look at the media revolution taking place in the world."


Film User Format Link Notes
Steal This Film - Trial Edition (2009) NA XviD

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