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Camera to the web: Aussie film-makers talk file sharing

We all have friends who say that they're going to complete a creative project someday. Overcoming the hurdle from inception to the completed product is hard enough. But what do you do with it when you've finished? David di Muro and Yolandi Franken from Sl8it productions speak to us about why they decided to distribute their new TV project deadside for free online through Vodo.net.

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