That's great, but if people don't stop stealing content and the big internet players don't stop helping them, the movie industry will fade to virtually nothing soon.
Stealing content? I was a tech journalist for years - but print has faded to almost the same degree as film.
What killed it wasn't that people stole print or web content, it is that the magazines and web sites lost control of the monetization which was taken over by the likes of Google, who just keep the advertising money. The guys who are into content don't understand the financials, and the content is not getting stolen, it is getting sold, but the money is flowing into the pockets of those who understand the system.
Google figured out before anyone else that there is no point in rewarding content creators because content is like prairie vegetation - it always grows back for free. You just need to make sure it grows on your turf.
A lot of people are making good money from content these days - Google, the Huffington Post, this site, and they don't steal the content - they get most of it for free. People who generate content will starve; people who organize and distribute content will benefit. In the end content is now like air, necessary but free, and people are mostly willing to pay for the piping but not for the stuff itself.
Of course there are exceptions. There's still money for the people at the very top of news writing. And for top authors. But the iceberg is melting more and more every year.
And you know, content is not just newswriting or images. Super-skilled jobs like college maths professors are going to be seeing the same phenomenon - your average uni can now pipe in its calculus or algebra course from MIT or India; they may still need a few TAs, but I guess indian grad students over in Delhi can use Skype. In fact they probably wrote the Skype code. So why should a small university go to the trouble of having a maths department if they don't need the professors and don't do world-leading research? And then why should the students enroll if everything is just piped in?