See What You Did Activity Sheet

See What You Did - Respect for IP
See What You Did - Respect for IP


All ages


Short (1-4 activities)


England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales

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World Intellectual Property Day
26 April

It takes an enormous amount of skill and hard work to make a film, and we believe that this creative process should be understood, valued and respected.

See What You Did is our latest Respect for IP film, made in collaboration with Compulsory and directing duo Dario and Dom, and illustrates the way piracy can devalue both the film watching experience, and impact upon the creatives behind a film, be they major studios or independent young filmmakers.

This activity sheet helps young people to think about the issues raised in the short film and highlights the importance of respecting the time, effort and creativity required to make a film.

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