SEP-11(1)

In this issue:

Welcome to the first CPI Film Festival! Competition policy may be involved, intricate, and complicated, but it needs to be taught–not only to consumers but also to enterprises. And all competition authorities, established or developing, must consider education to be a primary directive. For our first film festival we’ve chosen to present some especially interesting—humorous and/or dramatic—approaches to this task. We’ve asked authorities from Sweden, Japan, the U.K. Office of Fair Trading, Singapore, and Poland to introduce their media and share their production values. And in our introduction we highlight four more presentations  (including the secret filming of an actual cartel) from the Netherlands, the DOJ,  FTC, and DG Comp. So grab a bag of popcorn, sit back, and enjoy the show.

CPI Film Festival

Lindsay McSweeney, Sep 13, 2011

Introducing the First CPI Film Festival

Nine creative approaches to communicating the what, why, and wherefore of competition policy. (CPI)

Sep 13, 2011

Be the First to Tell: A Film About Leniency

A dramatization of a dawn raid during a dark night is followed by a light at the end of the tunnel. (Sweden)

Sep 13, 2011

For Fair and Free Market Competition

Something for everyone—a drama for enterprises, a cartoon for children, and an education video for general consumers. (Japan)

Sep 13, 2011

Understanding Competition Law

The OFT explains why both enterprises and consumers should care about competition law. (U.K. OFT)

Sep 13, 2011

Not One, But Five Videos & a Comic Book

A clever use of “reversible script” turns the businesses’ typical arguments against them. (Singapore)

Sep 13, 2011

A Joke: A Leniency Program Cartoon

Informing and encouraging, not threatening. (Poland)

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