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Filmmaker and Professor, School of Communication, American University
CMSI and CAA have put together a presentation quickly outlining the basics of fair use and what the Code covers.
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The College Art Association teamed up the CMSI to simply the approach to the principles found within the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts. Today we take a closer look at...
ACCOMPANYING POWERPOINT: Illustrations: Talking Points for Fair Use in Writing About Art
ACCOMPANYING POWERPOINT: Illustrations: Teaching Script for Fair Use in Art Making
The great Chilean documentarian, Patricio Guzm.
The film screened at the Center for Social Media's Human Rights Film Series 2003 and again in 2005 with de Putter attending to discuss it...
by Claire Darby
In October, we welcomed filmmaker Jennifer Maytorena Taylor, director of New Muslim Cool, to screen her film and conduct a filmmaking master class with American University students....
In its 2010 list of 25 New Faces in Independent Film, Filmmaker Magazine tagged Rebecca Richman Cohen as an “up-and-comer poised to shape...
RT @CatyBC: Happy moment presenting new study from @lfeldman17 & I about role of documentaries & comedy in social change. #innovatenarrativ
RT @paufder: #Comedy for social justice, yes! The ultimate how-to here thx @CMSImpact @catyBC: https://t.co/J9QFVxIFuG
RT @SpitfireSays: This @CMSImpact report highlights the important role comedy plays in social change: https://t.co/t3rHwxbhCX
Thanks for the share, @fromthehip. https://t.co/OtM0jsmexO
RT @AU_SOC: New project from @CMSImpact The Laughter Effect looks at how and why comedy can play a role in social change: https://t.co/8neC
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