"library for strictly for educational use and not for public showings."
The problem is defining educational use. Many schools and colleges show films
with a professor speaking on the film and discussion after the showing. These
institutions consider that educational, especially if there is no charge to see
it. Many film makers want to define educational as a showing in a classroom as
part of instruction with registered students. But the copyright law is not that
specific on what educational is or is not.
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