Osho International Foundation Copyright Infringement Case with Netflix Resolved

Osho International Foundation Copyright Infringement Case with Netflix Resolved
The Award Winning Documentary “Wild Wild Country” was at the Center of a Copyright Infringement Case filed in Federal Court in Los Angeles, California.

New York 21st March, 2020.

Plaintiffs Osho International Foundation (OIF) and filmmaker Michael Hilow filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in January of 2019 against Defendants Netflix Inc., the filmmakers Maclain and Chapman Way, and the producers Red Rancho Film Productions, LLC, Duplass Brothers, Inc. and others in regard to the award-winning documentary series Wild Wild Country. As reported by Law360.com, the lawsuit involved allegations that the “makers of ‘Wild Wild Country”’copied at least 56 works owned by Osho International for use in the series and marketing materials, according to the suit. It said it met with the filmmakers in 2015 regarding licensing some of its content, but no license was ever obtained.

The complaint also alleged that the Defendants “have infringed and continue to infringe Plaintiffs’ copyrighted works by (and without Plaintiffs’ permission) and that ‘Defendants appropriated substantial portions of Plaintiffs’ copyrighted works throughout duration of “Wild Wild Country” (such portions referred to herein as ‘appropriated footage’). (Case 2:19-cv-00753 Document 1 Filed 01/31/19) 

The matter has now been resolved. On 5th February 2020, OIF’s attorneys, Doniger Burroughs, dismissed the case.

Episodes of Wild Wild Country now include the following credits:

Credit images OSHO International Copyright Infringement
Credits March 2018 (left) and Photo and Footage Credits March 2020 (right)

The Netflix series, released in March 2018, revisits and features conflicts in Oregon between a community centered around the contemporary mystic today known as Osho, the local community and the US Government at the time of Ronald Reagan in the 1980’s.

The series has been a massive success, winning the 2018 Emmy for Outstanding Documentary of Nonfiction Series and was also nominated for Outstanding Picture Editing.

In the extensive media coverage, those that worked on the series discussed the creative process:

“There was also a professional media department on the ranch that would make these promotional videos showing life on the ranch… They would send those videos out to satellite communes so European and Australian Rajneeshees could see what was happening with [Osho] and the ranch… I don’t know if we’ll ever be this fortunate to have this much source material on a story again.” (Maclain Way in an interview with Final Draft)

“We had like 300 hours of archival media, and we had DVDs, we had old DigiBeta SP tapes, we had film transfers, we had things pulled off the internet from who knows where. [Osho] has followers around the world and so there are videos from absolutely everywhere. The majority of our stuff was from the historical society.” (Wild Wild Country film Editor Neil Meiklejohn in an interview with No Film School)

“The series’s directors, Chapman Way and Maclain Way, have access to a wealth of news broadcasts, archival footage, and videos recorded by the Rajneeshees themselves. The first few minutes alone offer scenes of the group arriving in Oregon …when he steps out of one of his Rolls-Royces.” (Source: The Atlantic)

“The Rajneeshees on the ranch were also very proud of what they were doing –  farming and building a utopian city – so, they would constantly invite visitors and media organizations onto the ranch. They also had their own film crews documenting this, although we didn’t have as much access to that material. Ultimately, we accumulated approximately 300 hours of archival media in all manner of formats, including Beta-SP videotape, ripped DVDs, and the internet.” (Editor Neil Meiklejohn in an interview with Creative Planet Network).

Co-Plaintiff Michael Hilow produced and directed an earlier film “Rajneeshpuram, an Experiment to Provoke God,” in 1993, which documented the development of the movement between 1981-1985 in Rajneeshpuram.

OIF defends the Foundation’s works against any infringements and piracy. OIF remains open and available to the publishing and licensing of Osho’s copyrighted works and footage in many languages throughout the world. For further information contact Osho International: mailto:oshointernational@oshointernational.com

 

Articles Related to Copyright Case:

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/netflix-sued-wild-wild-country-footage-controversial-guru-1181751 
https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/wild-wild-country-subject-says-netflix-infringed-copyrights
https://www.law360.com/articles/1218318/netflix-news-outlets-hit-with-2nd-wild-wild-country-suit
https://nypost.com/2019/01/31/netflix-sued-for-copyright-infringement-over-wild-wild-country-documentary/
https://www.plagiarismtoday.com/2019/02/04/3-count-wild-wild-lawsuit/
https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/wild-wild-country-group-dismisses-netflix-copyright-claims

Related Articles:

https://www.wired.co.uk/article/best-documentaries-on-netflix
https://time.com/5238200/wild-wild-country-netflix-way-brothers/
https://www.osho.com/read-media-and-publishing/wild-wild-country-story-behind-story
http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/wild-wild-country-the-story-behind-the-story-956988.htm
https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/wild-wild-country-is-subject-of-netflix-doc-really-a-sex-cult-629072/
https://www.gq.com/story/wild-wild-country-directors-interview
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/16/arts/television/wild-wild-country-netflix-review-guns-sex-and-a-guru.html
https://www.newyorker.com/culture/on-television/wild-wild-country-is-a-tabloid-epic-of-the-american-frontier

 

Nachspann-Credite März 2018 (links) und Foto – und Filmmaterial Nachspann-Credite März 2020 (rechts)

Konflikt von Urheberrechtsverletzung zwischen Osho International Foundation und Netflix gelöst

Der preisgekrönte Dokumentarfilm „Wild Wild Country“ stand im Zentrum eines beim Bundesgericht in Los Angeles, Kalifornien, eingereichten Urheberrechtsverletzungsverfahrens

New York, 21. März 2020.

Die Klägerin Osho International Foundation („OIF“) und der Filmemacher Michael Hilow reichten im Januar 2019 eine Klage wegen Urheberrechtsverletzung gegen die Angeklagten Netflix Inc., die Filmemacher Maclain und Chapman Way sowie die Produzenten Red Rancho Film Productions, LLC, Duplass Brothers, Inc. und andere in Zusammenhang mit der preisgekrönten Dokumentarserie Wild Wild Country ein. Wie Law360.com berichtete, bezog sich die Klage auf Vorwürfe, wonach die „Produzenten von „Wild Wild Country“ mindestens 56 Werke von Osho International zur Verwendung in der Serie und in Marketingmaterialien kopiert hätten. Sie sagte, sie habe sich im Jahr 2015 mit den Filmemachern in Zusammenhang mit der Lizensierung von Teilen des Materials getroffen, es wurde jedoch nie eine Lizenz eingeholt.“

Die Beschwerde behauptete weierhin, dass die Beklagten „die urheberrechtlich geschützten Werke der Klägerin durch (und ohne die Genehmigung der Klägerin) verletzt zu haben und weiterhin zu verletzen und dass „die Beklagten sich wesentliche Teile der urheberrechtlich geschützten Werke der Klägerin angeeignet haben — durch die gesamte Dauer von „Wild Wild Country“(solche Teile sind hier als “angeeignetes Filmmaterial “) bezeichnet. (Fall 2: 19-cv-00753 Dokument 1, eingereicht am 31.01.19)

Die Konflikt wurde nun gelöst. Am 5. Februar 2020 zogen die Anwälte der OIF, Doniger Burroughs, die Anklage zurück.

Die Episoden von Wild Wild Country enthalten jetzt die folgenden Nachspann-Credite:

Credit images OSHO International Copyright Infringement
Nachspann-Credite März 2018 (links) und Foto – und Filmmaterial Nachspann-Credite März 2020 (rechts)

Die Netflix-Serie, die im März 2018 veröffentlicht wurde, ist ein Rückblick und thematisiert  Konflikte in Oregon zwischen der Anhängerschaft, um den heute als ‘Osho’ bekannten Mystiker,  lokalen Anwohnern und der US-Regierung zur Zeit von Ronald Reagan in den 1980er Jahren.

Die Serie war ein großer Erfolg und gewann 2018 den Emmy für herausragende Dokumentarfilme und wurde auch für herausragende Bildbearbeitung nominiert.

In der ausführlichen Medienberichterstattung diskutierten die an der Serie Beteiligten den kreativen Prozess:

„Es gab auch eine professionelle Medienabteilung auf der Ranch, die diese Werbevideos machte, die das Leben auf der Ranch zeigten… Sie schickten diese Videos an Satellitenkommunen, damit europäische und australische Rajneeshees sehen konnten, was mit Bhagwan und der Ranch geschah… Ich weiß nicht, ob wir jemals das Glück haben werden, wieder so viel Quellenmaterial zu einer Geschichte zu haben. “ (Maclain Way in einem Interview mit Final Draft)

„Wir hatten ungefähr 300 Stunden Archivmaterial und wir hatten DVDs, wir hatten alte         Digi Beta SP-Bänder, wir hatten Filmtransfers, wir hatten Dinge aus dem Internet heruntergeladen  von wer weiß von woher. [Rajneesh] hat Anhänger auf der ganzen Welt und es existieren Videos von absolut überall. Der Großteil unseres Material’s stammte von der Historischen Gesellschaft. “(Wild Wild Country-Filmredakteur Neil Meiklejohn in einem Interview mit No Film School)

„Die Regisseure der Serie, Chapman Way und Maclain Way, haben Zugang zu einer Vielzahl von Nachrichtensendungen, Archivmaterial und Videos, die von den Rajneeshees selbst aufgenommen wurden. Alleine in den ersten Minuten sind Szenen zu sehen, in denen die Gruppe in ihren roten Outfits in Oregon ankommt…wenn er aus einem seiner Rolls-Royces steigt.” (Quelle: Der Atlantik)

„Die Rajneeshees auf der Ranch waren auch sehr stolz auf das, was sie taten – Landwirtschaft und eine utopische Stadt aufzubauen – und sie luden daher ständig Besucher und Medienorganisationen auf die Ranch ein. Sie hatten auch ihre eigenen Filmteams, die dies dokumentierten, obwohl wir nicht so viel Zugang zu diesem Material hatten. Letztendlich hatten wir ungefähr 300 Stunden Archivmaterial in allen möglichen Formaten gesammelt, einschließlich Beta-SP-Videoband, gerippte DVDs und das Internet.“ (Filmeditor Neil Meiklejohn in einem Interview mit Creative Planet Network)

Der Mitkläger Michael Hilow produzierte und inszenierte 1993 einen früheren Film „Rajneeshpuram, ein Experiment, um Gott zu provozieren“, der die Entwicklung der Bewegung zwischen 1981 und 1985 in Rajneeshpuram dokumentierte:

OIF verteidigt die Werke der Stiftung gegen jede Art von Urheberrechtsverletzungen  und Piraterie. OIF steht für die Veröffentlichung und Lizenzierung von Oshos urheberrechtlich geschützten Werken in vielen Sprachen auf der ganzen Welt zur Verfügung. Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie von Osho International unter oshointernational@oshointernational.com.

Relates Articles of Copyright Case:

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/netflix-sued-wild-wild-country-footage-controversial-guru-1181751 
https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/wild-wild-country-subject-says-netflix-infringed-copyrights
https://www.law360.com/articles/1218318/netflix-news-outlets-hit-with-2nd-wild-wild-country-suit
https://nypost.com/2019/01/31/netflix-sued-for-copyright-infringement-over-wild-wild-country-documentary/
https://www.plagiarismtoday.com/2019/02/04/3-count-wild-wild-lawsuit/
https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/wild-wild-country-group-dismisses-netflix-copyright-claims

Related Articles:

https://www.wired.co.uk/article/best-documentaries-on-netflix
https://time.com/5238200/wild-wild-country-netflix-way-brothers/
https://www.osho.com/read-media-and-publishing/wild-wild-country-story-behind-story
http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/wild-wild-country-the-story-behind-the-story-956988.htm
https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/wild-wild-country-is-subject-of-netflix-doc-really-a-sex-cult-629072/
https://www.gq.com/story/wild-wild-country-directors-interview
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/16/arts/television/wild-wild-country-netflix-review-guns-sex-and-a-guru.html
https://www.newyorker.com/culture/on-television/wild-wild-country-is-a-tabloid-epic-of-the-american-frontier

 

Crediti marzo 2018 (a sinistra) e crediti foto e filmati Marzo 2020 (a destra)

Risolto con Netflix il caso d’infrazione del Copyright di Osho International Foundation

Il pluripremiato docufilm “Wild Wild Country” è stato al centro di un’azione legale per infrazione dei diritti di Copyright, presentata al Tribunale Federale di Los Angeles in California.

New York 21 Marzo 2020

Nel mese di gennaio 2019 Osho International Foundation (“OIF”) e il filmmaker Michael Hilow – i querelanti – hanno intentato un’azione legale per violazione di copyright contro Netflix Inc., i filmmaker Maclain e Chapman Way, e i produttori Red Rancho Film Productions, LLC, Duplass Brothers, Inc. e altri – le parti citate in giudizio, ovvero “i convenuti” – in relazione alla pluripremiata serie di docufilm Wild Wild Country. Come riportato da Law360.com, l’azione legale si basava sull’asserzione che “i produttori di ‘Wild Wild Country’ hanno copiato perlomeno 56 opere di proprietà di Osho International, utilizzandole nella serie e nella creazione dei contenuti, come dettagliato nell’accusa. E si specifica che nel 2015 c’era stato un incontro con i registi, in riferimento a una concessione di licenza dei propri contenuti, ma che detta licenza non era mai stata ottenuta.” 

Inoltre, i querelanti sostenevano che i convenuti “hanno infranto e continuano a infrangere i diritti sulle opere di loro proprietà (e senza alcun permesso dato dai querelanti)” e che “i convenuti si sono appropriati di parti consistenti delle opere soggette a copyright all’interno dell’intero sviluppo di ‘Wild Wild Country’ (tali estratti sono menzionati come ‘sequenze di filmati sottratti’). (Case 2:19-cv-00753 Document 1 Filed 01/31/19)

La questione ora è stata risolta e il 5 febbraio 2020 Doniger Burroughs, i legali di OIF, hanno archiviato la causa.

Adesso gli episodi di Wild Wild Country includono I seguenti crediti:

Credit images OSHO International Copyright Infringement
Crediti marzo 2018 (a sinistra) e crediti foto e filmati Marzo 2020 (a destra)

Lanciata nel Marzo 2018, la serie di Netflix rivisita e narra i conflitti vissuti in Oregon negli anni Ottanta tra una comunità sorta intorno al mistico contemporaneo oggi conosciuto come Osho e la comunità locale, cui si aggiunse il governo degli Stati Uniti, all’epoca sotto la presidenza di Ronald Reagan.

Questa serie ha avuto un successo straordinario, vincendo nel 2018 l’Emmy per il miglior Documentario di Nonfiction. Inoltre, ha ottenuto una nomination per il miglior montaggio cinematografico.

Nell’ampia attenzione ricevuta dai media, le persone che hanno lavorato al docufilm – una serie in sei puntate – hanno chiarito il processo creativo:

“Al ranch esisteva anche un dipartimento media professionale che creava video promozionali in cui veniva mostrata la vita quotidiana nel ranch… quei documentari venivano inviati alle comuni satellite, così che i Rajneeshi che vivevano in Europa e in Australia potessero vedere ciò che accadeva a [Osho] e al ranch… non so se saremo mai così fortunati da avere così tanto materiale a cui attingere in un’altra storia.” (Maclain Way in un’intervista al Final Draft)

“Abbiamo avuto qualcosa come 300 ore di archivio mediatico, e avevamo i DVD, i vecchi nastri in Digi-Beta SP; avevamo filmati rimasterizzati e altre cose recuperate su internet di chissà quale origine. [Osho] aveva seguaci nel mondo intero, pertanto esistono video in pratica ovunque. La maggior parte del nostro materiale proveniva dalla historical society.” (Neil Meiklejohn film editor di Wild Wild Country in un’intervista a No Film School)  

“I registi della serie, Chapman Way e Maclain Way, hanno avuto accesso a un’abbondanza di notizie televisive, ad archivi di filmati, e a video registrati dagli stessi Rajneeshi. Proprio i primi minuti presentano scene del gruppo arrivato in Oregon… quando [Osho] scende da una delle sue Rolls-Royces.” (Fonte: The Atlantic)

“I Rajneeshi al ranch erano anche molto orgogliosi di ciò che stavano facendo – si dedicavano all’agricoltura e alla costruzione di una città utopica – ragion per cui, invitavano in continuazione al ranch visitatori e rappresentanti dei media. Anche costoro avevano equipe di cineoperatori che documentavano, sebbene non abbiamo potuto avere molto accesso a quel materiale. Alla fine, abbiamo accumulato all’incirca 300 ore di archivio filmico in ogni tipo di formato, tra cui nastri Beta-SP, estratti da DVD e da internet.” (Editor Neil Meiklejohn  in un’intervista a Creative Planet Network)

Il co-querelante Michael Hilow ha prodotto e diretto nel 1993 uno dei primi film documentario “Rajneeshpuram an Experiment to Provoke God” (Rajneeshpuram: un esperimento per provocare Dio) in cui veniva illustrato lo sviluppo del movimento tra il 1981 e il 1985 a Rajneeshpuram.

OIF difende le Opere di proprietà della Fondazione contro ogni tipo d’infrazione e di pirateria. OIF rimane peraltro aperta e disponibile alla pubblicazione e alla concessione di licenze per le Opere di Osho protette da copyright. Concessioni date nel mondo intero, attualmente disponibili in più di sessanta lingue.

Per maggiori informazioni, contattare: Osho International.

Email: oshointernational@oshointernational.com.

Articoli attinenti all’azione legale di protezione del Copyright::

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/netflix-sued-wild-wild-country-footage-controversial-guru-1181751 
https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/wild-wild-country-subject-says-netflix-infringed-copyrights
https://www.law360.com/articles/1218318/netflix-news-outlets-hit-with-2nd-wild-wild-country-suit
https://nypost.com/2019/01/31/netflix-sued-for-copyright-infringement-over-wild-wild-country-documentary/
https://www.plagiarismtoday.com/2019/02/04/3-count-wild-wild-lawsuit/
https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/wild-wild-country-group-dismisses-netflix-copyright-claims

Articoli di riferimento:

https://www.wired.co.uk/article/best-documentaries-on-netflix
https://time.com/5238200/wild-wild-country-netflix-way-brothers/
https://www.osho.com/read-media-and-publishing/wild-wild-country-story-behind-story
http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/wild-wild-country-the-story-behind-the-story-956988.htm
https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/wild-wild-country-is-subject-of-netflix-doc-really-a-sex-cult-629072/
https://www.gq.com/story/wild-wild-country-directors-interview
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/16/arts/television/wild-wild-country-netflix-review-guns-sex-and-a-guru.html
https://www.newyorker.com/culture/on-television/wild-wild-country-is-a-tabloid-epic-of-the-american-frontier

 

Créditos marzo de 2018 (izquierda) y créditos fotográficos y de imágenes marzo 2020 (derecha)

Resuelto el caso de infracción de derechos de autor de Osho International Foundation con Netflix

El documental  premiado, “Wild Wild Country” fue el centro de un caso de infracción de derechos de autor presentado en el Tribunal Federal de Los Ángeles, California.

Nueva York, 21 de Marzo, 2020.

En enero de 2019  los demandantes, Osho International Foundation (“OIF”) y el cineasta Michael Hilow, presentaron una demanda por infracción de derechos de autor contra Netflix Inc., los cineastas Maclain y Chapman Way y los productores Red Rancho Films, LLC, Duplass Brothers, Inc, y otros, con respecto a la galardonada serie documental Wild Wild Country. Como informó la publicación Law360.com, en la demanda se alegaba que los creadores de “Wild Wild Country” habían copiado al menos 56 obras propiedad de Osho International para utilizarlas en la serie y en los materiales de promoción. En la demanda se afirma que “OIF” se reunió con los cineastas en 2015 en relación a la concesión de licencias para algunos de sus contenidos, pero nunca se concedió licencia alguna.

En la demanda también se alegaba que los demandados “han infringido y siguen infringiendo las obras protegidas por derechos de autor de los demandantes (y sin el permiso de los demandantes), y que “los demandados se apropiaron de fragmentos sustanciales de las obras protegidas por derechos de autor de los demandantes durante todo el metraje de “Wild Wild Country” (dichos fragmentos se denominan en el presente como ‘metraje usurpado). (Caso 2:19-cv-00753 Documento 1 Presentado el 31/01/19)

El caso ha quedado resuelto. El 5 de febrero de 2020, los abogados de OIF, Doniger Burroughs, desestimaron el caso.

Los episodios de Wild Wild Country incluyen ahora los siguientes créditos::

Credit images OSHO International Copyright Infringement
Créditos marzo de 2018 (izquierda) y créditos fotográficos y de imágenes marzo 2020 (derecha)

La serie de Netflix, estrenada en marzo de 2018, presenta y examina los conflictos que hubo en Oregón en la década de los 80 entre una comunidad centrada alrededor del místico contemporáneo que hoy se conoce como Osho, y la comunidad local y el Gobierno de los EE.UU.  en la época de Ronald Reagan.

La serie ha tenido un éxito masivo, ganó el Emmy 2018 a la Serie de Documentales Destacados en la categoría no-ficción y también fue nominada en la categoría Mejor Edición de Imagen.

En la extensa cobertura que ha tenido en los medios, los que trabajaron en la serie comentaron sobre el proceso creativo:

“En el rancho también había un departamento de medios profesional que hacía estos videos promocionales mostrando la vida del  rancho… Enviaban esos videos a las comunas satélites para que los rajneeshees europeos y australianos pudieran ver lo que estaba pasando con Bhagwan y el rancho… No sé si alguna vez volveremos a ser tan afortunados de disponer de tanto material original sobre una historia.” (Maclain Way en una entrevista en Final Draft)  

“Teníamos unas 300 horas de archivo de prensa, y teníamos DVDs, teníamos viejas cintas digi-beta SP, teníamos metraje de películas, teníamos cosas sacadas de internet de quién sabe dónde. [Rajneesh] tiene seguidores en todo el mundo y por lo tanto hay videos de absolutamente todo. La mayoría de nuestro material era de la sociedad histórica …”  (Neil Meiklejohn, editor de la película Wild Wild Country, en una entrevista en No Film School)  

“Los directores de la serie, Chapman Way y Maclain Way, tuvieron acceso a una gran cantidad de noticias, material de archivo y videos grabados por los propios rajneeshees. Los primeros minutos en solitario ofrecen escenas del grupo llegando a Oregón con sus trajes rojos… mientras él baja de uno de sus Rolls-Royce”. (Fuente: The Atlantic)

“Los rajneeshees en el rancho también estaban muy orgullosos de lo que hacían -agricultura y la construcción de una ciudad utópica-, por lo que constantemente invitaban a visitantes y a los medios de comunicación al rancho. También tenían sus propios equipos de filmación para documentarlo, aunque no tuvimos tanto acceso a ese material. Al final, acumulamos aproximadamente 300 horas de material de archivo en todo tipo de formatos, incluyendo cintas de video Beta-SP,  archivos extraídos de DVDs e Internet”. (Neil Meiklejohn, editor, en una entrevista con Creative Planet Network)  

Uno de los demandantes Michael Hilow produjo y dirigió previamente en 1993,  la película, “Rajneeshpuram an Experiment to Provoke God”, que documentaba el desarrollo del movimiento entre 1981 y 1985 en Rajneeshpuram.:

OIF protege las obras de la Fundación contra cualquier infracción y piratería.  OIF sigue operativa y atendiendo solicitudes para la publicación y la concesión de licencias de las obras protegidas por derechos de autor de Osho en muchos idiomas en todo el mundo.

Para más información, puede ponerse en contacto con Osho International oshointernational@oshointernational.com

Artículos relacionado con el caso de derechos de autor:

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr-esq/netflix-sued-wild-wild-country-footage-controversial-guru-1181751 
https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/wild-wild-country-subject-says-netflix-infringed-copyrights
https://www.law360.com/articles/1218318/netflix-news-outlets-hit-with-2nd-wild-wild-country-suit
https://nypost.com/2019/01/31/netflix-sued-for-copyright-infringement-over-wild-wild-country-documentary/
https://www.plagiarismtoday.com/2019/02/04/3-count-wild-wild-lawsuit/
https://news.bloomberglaw.com/ip-law/wild-wild-country-group-dismisses-netflix-copyright-claims

Artículos relacionados:

https://www.wired.co.uk/article/best-documentaries-on-netflix
https://time.com/5238200/wild-wild-country-netflix-way-brothers/
https://www.osho.com/read-media-and-publishing/wild-wild-country-story-behind-story
http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/wild-wild-country-the-story-behind-the-story-956988.htm
https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/wild-wild-country-is-subject-of-netflix-doc-really-a-sex-cult-629072/
https://www.gq.com/story/wild-wild-country-directors-interview
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/16/arts/television/wild-wild-country-netflix-review-guns-sex-and-a-guru.html
https://www.newyorker.com/culture/on-television/wild-wild-country-is-a-tabloid-epic-of-the-american-frontier

 

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