This is absolutely totally BASIC copyright law and kind of hoped we were
past these kinds of questions .
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> From: Rhonda Rosen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Date: Fri, 4 Oct 2002 10:50:37 -0700 (PDT)
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> Subject: media copyright question
> I sent this message the other day, but never actually
> received it myself, and didn't see any responses, so i
> was wondering if 1) either it went out and nobody
> answered because it was a stupid question, or 2)I'm
> just not receiving messages from the listserve which
> happens occasionally....
> So, pardon me if this is redundant, but i would like
> to try again....Rhonda
> Hi everyone -
> I'm sure everyone is totally bored by simple copyright
> questions, and i'm sure i should know this but i'm not
> sure exactly how to answer -
> a faculty member in the foreign language dept. wants
> to have a international film festival showing some of
> our library videos. they want to know if this is
> i understand that this is no longer a "face-to-face"
> teaching experience visa "Fair Use";
> the film festival would not be open to the
> public--they mostly want to open it to the modern
> language classes, but are possibly thinking about
> making open to others on campus also;
> No charge for attending.
> and, last but not least, realize that if they get 100
> people, it would be amazing -we are a small campus.
> so, whattya think -would i have to get permission from
> copyright holders?
> Rhonda Rosen
> Loyola Marymount University
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