> I have a group that has asked to rent our library's auditorium. On
> what the event was, she replied that they were going to
show "Bowling for
> Columbine" at no charge to the public. I asked if she knew about
> public performance rights for the film, and she replied that Michael
> was allowing anyone to show this movie for free.
> Now, they plan on using their own copy of the film, not the
> I'm still "iffy" about the legality of the performance rights. As
far as I
> can tell from our copy, the case shows the standard wording "Any
> performance...is strictly prohibited." Plus, I don't see anything
> on the web site for the film. I would think that this information
> provided somewhere if he really was advocating free showings.
> Has anyone heard about this situation for "Bowling for Columbine"?
> Tiffany Nagle, MLS
> Audiovisual Librarian
> Beale Memorial Library/Kern County Library
> ph (661) 868-0784
> fax (661) 868-0831
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