Outside of face-to-face teaching in the context of regular curriculum,
showing film and video to crowds demands public performance rights. Fees
have nuttin' to do with it.
At 12:01 PM 9/16/2004 -0700, you wrote:
>Just a thought, subversive though the current copyright atmosphere might be:
>unless the patron is charging a fee for attending these showings, isn't
>their exhibition considered an educational "fair use"?
>Glendale Public Library
>Videolib mailing list
Media Resources Center
"Movies are poems, a holy bible, the great mother of us."