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Senate and Public Domain Pros Reach Compromise on Copyright Issues Content companies (seeking stronger protections and arguably additional profit) and digital rights groups (vouching for access) haven’t been able to find common ground on copyright law for the past decade. Current law protects older songs—in some instances—for up to 140 years. Century-long protections for these songs, in the minds of many, is too long. And, …

“Call Me By Your Name” Director Tries Interior Design

Call Me By Your Name garnered rave reviews for its acting, directorial qualities and, quite frankly, its completeness. But some of the loveliest moments in the film are anchored by beautiful backdrops and stunning corridors. Director Luca Guadagnino admits that he’d always dreamt of working in interior design—that his sets, with their layered details, were his expression of that dream. Now, he has. “Space is the …

“Call Me By Your Name” Soundtrack on Peach-Scented Vinyl

You either know what “the peach scene” is or you don’t. That said, the memorable moment from Luca Guadagnino’s film “Call Me By Your Name” has inspired a peach-scented (and peach-colored) vinyl soundtrack release. The limited edition “Peach Season” edition will be released on 3 August, and kept to only 7,777 copies. The record features the acclaimed Sufjan Stevens tracks featured in the film, the …