My 2 cents is that if that situation doesn't fall under the heading of "fair
use," then I don't know what does.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Lori Stevens <Stevenlo@uvsc.edu>
To: Multiple recipients of list <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 01, 2000 10:01 AM
Subject: permission for film clips
> Hello all,
> I don't mean to open another can of worms, and since I am fairly new to
this list you may have already resolved it, but here goes:
> The library here would like to sponser a program (that would be free of
charge but open to the public as well as the school community) featuring a
local film scholar talking about the role Utah has played in the motion
picture industry. We would like to augment his remarks with 1-2 minute
clips from the films he will be referring to.
> The million dollar question is this: since we are showing a brief
excerpt of the work, do we need to secure permission from all of the
> I am finding all sorts of responses in the literature, I guess I am taking
the lazy man's way out, but does anyone out there know FOR SURE? I have
lots of opinions, I need a definitive answer.
> Thanks in advance!
> Lori Stevens
> Media Librarian
> Utah Valley State College Library
> 800 W. University Parkway
> Orem, Utah 84058