Re: Why I want PPR for "Fitzcarraldo"

Jessica Rosner (jrosner@kino.com)
Fri, 8 Feb 2002 07:01:50 -0800 (PST)

I believe you Peter but I find this odd at best. For instance a number of
the titles that were in the collection and may still be ( I have not
checked) such as THE TIN DRUM, FAUST, THE BLUE ANGEL etc now belong to Kino
in the US. I know there is nothing in our contracts that permits a third
party to have any kind of public screening. It would be VERY awkward if for
instance a college or museum were to borrow a print or video from the
library for a public screening when we had in fact booked the film at
another nearby location. We would never want to cause any trouble but I
always assumed the library for strictly for educational use and not for
public showings.
-- 
Jessica Rosner
Kino International
333 W 39th St. 503
NY NY 10018
jrosner@kino.com

> From: delin@zlb.de (Delin, Peter) > Reply-To: videolib@library.berkeley.edu > Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2002 04:36:12 -0800 (PST) > To: Multiple recipients of list <videolib@library.berkeley.edu> > Subject: Re: Why I want PPR for "Fitzcarraldo" > > Dear Marilyn, dear Jessica, > > to clarify the question if the GLEN FILM titles and the 16mm-Films from > INTER NATIONES have noncommercial public performance rights I have again > asked INTER NATIONES in Bonn/Germany and they have confirmed today that > PPR (noncommercial) is included. They have told me that these titles can > be used inside the college outside classroom use. You can check it on > this website: > http://www3.inter-nationes.de/in/?MIval=fzfass_e.html&in_nr=1416 > Excluded is broadcast and commercial right. INTER NATIONES has confirmed > that usual noncommercial PPR (outside face to face classroom use) is > included. Whatsoever, try it. GI New York will help you. > > With kind regards > > Peter Delin/Videolektorat > Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin > http://www.zlb.de/index.html > > Marilyn Huntley schrieb: >> >> Hi Kris and Jessica and Peter and anyone else who's following this, >> >> Yes, I'm in the U.S. I don't need PPR for classroom showings, but this is >> for something different. Jessica knows what I'm up to with my attempt to >> find PPR distributors for "Fitzcarraldo" and other titles. I've rented Kino >> films from her under the same circumstances. >> >> I have a professor who's teaching a course called The Art of the Cinema. >> She asks us to show each film 3 times. One time is when she uses parts of >> it during her class discussion. We don't need PPR for that. However, on the >> day before each class meeting, the film is shown all the way through 2 >> times. Her students are required to attend one of the showings, and in >> addition, the films are advertised as being open to the entire college, >> without admission charge. We do need PPR for these public showings. If I >> can't get PPR for a film, she might decide to use it for her course anyway, >> but the showings will be only for her own students, and she just won't >> advertise anything for that particular date. >> >> So, that's why I'm looking for PPR. Now does it make sense? >> Marilyn >> >> At 07:16 AM 2/6/02 -0800, Kris Brancolini wrote: >>> Just so we don't the usual misunderstanding regarding the need for public >>> performance rights, I want to clarify that Marilyn doesn't say why she is >>> seeking them.... >>> >>> On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Jessica Rosner wrote: >>> >>>> Peter >>>> Marilyn has a copy of the film ( put out by Anchor Bay) but she needs >>> Public >>>> Performance Rights.... >> >> ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ >> Marilyn B. Huntley, Audiovisual Assistant >> Audiovisual Classroom Services >> 408 Christian A. Johnson Hall >> Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Rd., Clinton, NY 13323 >> Phone 315-859-4120; Fax 315-859-4687 >> e-mail mhuntley@hamilton.edu