film-screening with a film using a cc-licensed-noncommercialmusic
mburrows2 at earthlink.net
Wed Mar 9 13:38:40 EST 2005
I am not sure of the full context here. That being said, in general, synch
/ master use licenses are required for use of songs (i.e., composition and
sound recording) in films screened at film festivals.
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From: "Todd A. Jacobs" <nospam at codegnome.org>
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Subject: Re: film-screening with a film using a
> On Wed, Mar 09, 2005 at 02:08:17AM +0100, Stefan Schulz wrote:
> > But: When I submit it to a screening for a festival or something like
> > that, I'm sure, the people there will take a charge for entrance, in
> > this case, is my use of the work legal? (I guess, it is...)
> Well, this is pretty much a grey area where a lawyer would be helpful.
> IMHO, it gets down to "primary intent," and there is probably some
> relevant case law in your country which may apply.
> In general, my guess is that they can't charge to see your movie, but if
> your movie happens to be screened somewhere where people are being
> charged $5 to park their cars, so what?
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