Post Tagged with: "Copyright"

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

No, you’re not looking at some never-before-seen screen test for Liv Tyler as Arwen in The Lord of the Rings. This is a doll that was repainted by Noel Cruz, a versatile and distinguished repaint artist […]

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

An Eagle’s View of Middle-earth

S-von-P has put together this awesome piece of Evangeline Lilly as Tauriel. The character, who comes not from the pages of Tolkien, but was created by the filmmakers, is the head of the Elven guard of Mirkwood. […]

The Hobbit No Longer in the Public Domain

According to Businessweek, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled to uphold a federal law in the case of Golan v. Holder 10-545, a decision which restored copyrights to some foreign works that were previously in […]

The Tolkien Estate vs. Tolkien Enthusiasts

The Tolkien Estate vs. Tolkien Enthusiasts

Source: Tolkien Library My inbox has recently been flooded with the pairing of the name, Tolkien Estate, and the word ‘copyright’. The Texas author, Steve Hillard, has written the self-published book, ‘Mirkwood: A Novel About […]

Trouble in Mordor as ‘The Last Ring-Bearer’ gets Press

Trouble in Mordor as ‘The Last Ring-Bearer’ gets Press

Kirill Yeskov (Source: Open Page) Russian author, Kirill Yeskov, is a big Tolkien fan. So big, in fact, that in 1999 he wrote and published The Last Ring-Bearer, a look into the evil Lord Sauron’s […]