Re: [Videolib] class & public screenings question

Jerry Notaro (notaro@stpt.usf.edu)
Thu, 30 Aug 2007 10:26:43 -0400

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Definitely need PPR.

Jerry

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> If an instructor is planning on screening films for a specific class BUT =
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> to also invite the public and advertise them on campus=8Bdo they need PPR o=
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> does this fall under fair use? The films are subtitled foreign language
> feature films.
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> As always, thanks!
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> Sarah Andrews, M.A.
> Access Services Supervisor
> Hardin Library for the Health Sciences
> University of Iowa
> phone 319/384-2883
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Re: [Videolib] class & public screenings question Defin= itely need PPR.

Jerry


I’m pretty sure that I asked this question in som= e form or another, but I’m in the back-to-school craziness…
 
If an instructor is planning on screening films for a specific class BUT wa= nts to also invite the public and advertise them on campus—do they nee= d PPR or does this fall under fair use?  The films are subtitled foreig= n language feature films.
 
As always, thanks!
 
Sarah Andrews, M.A.
Access Services Supervisor
Hardin Library for the Health Sciences
University of Iowa
phone 319/384-2883
 


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