From the webpage:
This page describes various alternate ways to access The Internet Movie Database locally by holding copies of the data directly on your system. See more about using our data on the Non-Commercial Licensing page.
It’s an interesting data set and I am sure its owners would not mind your sending them a screencast of some improved access you have created to their data.
That might actually be an interesting model for developing better interfaces to data served up to the public anyway. Release it for strictly personal use and see who does the best job with it. A screencast would not disclose any of your source code or processes, protecting the interest of the software author.
Just a thought.
First noticed this on PeteSearch.