Re: [Videolib] class & public screenings question

Christine Godin (diractor@yahoo.com)
Thu, 30 Aug 2007 09:02:38 -0700 (PDT)

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This very thread is also occurring (again) on the community college listserv. I'm pretty sure thisi group will be very vocal in letting the instructor know that PPR is required. Of course, the video in question may have that, but if it's a feature film....probably not. And rights will need to be acquired or the public NOT invited.

Christine Godin

"Andrews, Sarah E" <sarah-andrews@uiowa.edu> wrote:
I’m pretty sure that I asked this question in some 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 wants to also invite the public and advertise them on campus—do they need PPR or does this fall under fair use? The films are subtitled foreign 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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