Prize winning documentary in Democracy Player

The Corporation is available in Democracy Player. It’s the winner of 24 international awards, 10 of them audience choice awards including the audience award for documentary in world cinema at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival.

The Corporation explores the nature and spectacular rise of the dominant institution of our time. Footage from pop culture, advertising, TV news, and corporate propaganda, illuminates the corporation’s grip on our lives. Taking its legal status as a “person” to its logical conclusion, the film puts the corporation on the psychiatrist’s couch to ask “What kind of person is it?” Provoking, witty, sweepingly informative, The Corporation includes forty interviews with corporate insiders and critics – including Milton Friedman, Noam Chomsky, Naomi Klein, and Michael Moore – plus true confessions, case studies and strategies for change.

Install Democracy Player and subscribe to this feed. It’s a large file and will take hours to download, but what else should your computer do at night?

Prize winning documentary in Democracy Player

12 thoughts on “Prize winning documentary in Democracy Player

  1. Erik Says:
    November 28th, 2006 at 1:58 am e

    Trenger jo ikke installere Democracy Player for å se filmen da. Er jo bare å laste den ned med torrent. Og tar jo ikke så lang tid da. Nedlastingen lå på 600kb/s: The Corporation Filmmakers’ Official Download Edition (1.76GB)

    Some valuable information, in Norwegian. Here’s the translation:

    You don’t need to install Democracy Player to see the movie. You can simply download it through torrent. And it didn’t take that long. I had an average of 600kb/s.

    I love the Democracy Player, but you are of course right. If you want to you can install BitComet or Azureus and simply download from the link provided by Erik in the previous comment. Thanks.

  2. How does this Democracy Player player works when it comes to sharing videos? Where do you store the videos? And how do you do it?

    Havent had the time to check it out yet! ;-) The wheel is invented – right?!

  3. Okay. My explanation was a bit short. You have to run Broadcast Machine on a server that you control. I run Broadcast Machine on the server that run my blog. Dreamhost gives me more than 500 GIG of space, so I can publish quite a bit of videos…

  4. Lasse Elden says:

    In addition to an earlier answer where you, quot, say:

    “You have to run Broadcast Machine on a server that you control”.

    – Can my home pc be setup as an server? How? At what risks? Any software?
    – How can it be done with BitTorrent etc?

  5. I guess you could run it from home, but as far as I understand you’d have to install a LAMP environment. Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP. But I have never hosted anything from my home computers so I am not the right person to ask.

    I am running Broadcast Machine over at Dreamhost. The company that is hosting and the other sites I run.

  6. Or a VAMP environment: Windows, Apache, MySQL and PHP. This is the best solution if you want to run this on a Windows box. There are several packages with good installers available. I haven’t used any of them myself.

  7. Lasse Elden says:

    But how does it work? Do I just make a partition available for this purpose?
    I’m think of using the same/only pc I have, so it’s going to both my personal computer and a server – possible?

    Any links or tuturials on how to do it?

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