by Pat Aufderheide

How Documentary Filmmakers Overcame their Fear of Quoting and Learned to Employ Fair Use: A Tale of Scholarship in Action appeared in the International Journal of Communication, Vol 1 (2007).

An American University research project on fair use and documentary filmmaking, Untold Stories, which expanded freedom of expression in the field, has broad implications for scholars working on popular culture. Fair use, the project revealed, becomes far more useable when creative and scholarly communities collectively assert and publicize their expectations for fair use.

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