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ⓘ Free culture is a concept and a movement that tries to help people share art very freely. It says copyright laws are too strict and tries to create a less limit ..




                                               

The Rubbish World of Dave Spud

Dave Spud is a British childrens animated series featuring the surreal adventures of the eponymous Dave Spud of Grimsby, his friends and tower block-dwelling family. It was created and directed by Edward Foster, inspired by his 2003 NFTS student short Anna Spud. It was developed into a pilot in 2010 produced by The Illuminated Film Company. 26 11-minute installments were commissioned, whilst the soundtrack was composed by electronic group Basement Jaxx.

                                               

Gina Yashere

Yashere was born and raised in London, to Nigerian parents. Before becoming a comedian, she worked as a lift maintenance technician and engineer all of which she mentions in her stand-up routine. She uses the surname "Yashere" due to encountering common mispronunciation of her original surname.

                                               

Dave Spud

Dave Spud is a British childrens animated series featuring the surreal adventures of the eponymous Dave Spud of Grimsby, his friends and tower block-dwelling family. It was created and directed by Edward Foster, inspired by his 2003 NFTS student short Anna Spud. It was developed into a pilot in 2010 produced by The Illuminated Film Company. 26 11-minute installments were commissioned, whilst the soundtrack was composed by electronic group Basement Jaxx.

Free culture
                                     

ⓘ Free culture

Free culture is a concept and a movement that tries to help people share art very freely. It says copyright laws are too strict and tries to create a less limiting system. The word "free" In "free culture" means "freedom", not price.

The beginning of the movement is connected to Lawrence Lessig who has written a book named Free Culture and started Creative Commons, an organization that supports things like free culture and education. The movement is similar to free software movement but focuses on all art works, e.g. images or songs. Some free cultural works are for example the movie Big Buck Bunny or files at Wikimedia Commons. Wikipedia is also part of free culture because it uses a free license for its articles.

                                     

1. The rules

Works, for example movies, that respect free culture are called free cultural works or simply free works. These works have to allow anyone to:

  • Change the work in any way, for example add different music to the movie. You can also do everything above with the changed version.
  • Use the work in any other way, for example examine it and see how it was made.
  • Use the work personally without limits, for example watch the movie.
  • Give the work to others, for example your friends, or even sell it to someone.

The artist who creates something can make it free by adding a free license to it. Most famous free licenses are Creative Commons CC licenses. However, not all Creative Commons licenses are free some for example prohibit commercial use or changing the work. The free CC licenses are CC0, CC-BY and CC-BY-SA.

                                     
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  • for example. African American culture was born in the United States and is distinct from any single African culture African - American is a term that
  • of all ages. With lifestyles and regimens freer than those of most sports, surfers comprise a unique culture Though surfing is practiced in many other
  • nations, that are connected by similar languages and common history, and culture Latin Germani is first used by Julius Caesar. But the Germanic tribes
  • Pakistanis were influenced by Perso - Arabic culture they saw Bengali culture as too closely associated with Hindu culture One of the first groups demanding the
  • World War II Heuss was the first Minister of Culture in Baden - Wurttemberg. He was one of the founders of the Free Democratic Party of Germany after WW II.
  • Scotland Scottish objects, culture and history and the Royal Museum science and technology, natural history, and world cultures The two buildings are
  • not - so - distant future society with a culture of extreme youth rebellion and violence. It satirizes trends in youth culture that were around in the 1960s in
  • approximate 1.5 million visitors to Monterrey, and is mostly free of charge. The Universal Forum of Cultures project was born in the year of 1996 in the city of
  • one culture Most of the Philippines were Buddhist, Muslim and Hindu empires. The Spaniards came in 1565, and brought with them Spanish culture They
  • Right to education free primary education for all and equal access to secondary and higher education, which should also be as free as possible. Education
  • would be exposed in between three and four years. Barkun, Michael 2003. A culture of conspiracy: apocalyptic visions in contemporary America. Berkeley: University

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