The Qube writes: An independent film producer from Australia, Enzo Tedeschi, said he tried five times since June to get his new film, The Tunnel, listed on the Internet Movie Database, IMDb.com. But each time it has been rejected and Mr Tedeschi, who has had other films accepted, believes it is because he wants to distribute it for free through BitTorrent. In an article for Sydney Morning Herald, Mr Tedeschi says: "Some people think that by releasing our film legitimately on peer-to-peer networks that we are condoning piracy." Tedeschi said the production team is raising money to give away the film for free by selling single frames from the movie at $1 each online.
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