Adrian Cowell, the eminent filmmaker who catapulted the environmental movement to save the Amazonian rain forests
through the television series The Decade of Destruction and Banking on...
Why take an approach to determining fair use that is rooted in professional consensus, rather than (for example) negotiating standards with right holders or consulting legal experts?
At the heart of...
Haskell Wexler, a legendary and Academy Award-winning Hollywood cinematographer and producer of a recent controversial documentary, Who Needs Sleep?, will be visiting the Center for Social Media as...
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In the American Experience documentary "Citizen King," Orlando Bagwell used a central portion of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech, in which...
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In 5 Girls, Maria Finitzo filmed a teen party where Lauryn Hill song played in the background.
She employed fair use because the girls chose for themselves to use...
Money for Nothing
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In Money for Nothing, Kembrew McLeod argued that popular music stars were being chosen for their ability to cross-promote their work.
Diversity in Independent TV Documentaries: Is Public TV Different?
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Independent Lens and POV, which have...
Many of the issues most important for our society to recognize and discuss are also those that powerful people or institutions don’t want...
For each video, consider the following questions: Why is this video fair use? What specific categories of fair use does the video employ? What arguments can you make for why this video is...
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