Artists, publishers, scholars and curators depend upon fair use in the Visual Arts more than they realize. The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts was created by professionals...
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Data comes from a 2014 survey of 489 documentary filmmakers by Patricia Aufderheide and Aram Sinnreich. Read more about the study here.
Filmmakers have been successfully employing fair use, even before the Statement of Best Practices clarified their common understandings. Here are some examples of uncontested choices for fair use....
A great visual summary of the code.
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In Affluenza, John de Graaf excerpted television ads in a critique of consumerism.
He invoked fair use because he was engaged in media criticism.
Barbara Abrash, Teacher, Curator and Independent Producer
Already practiced in partnering for impact—with activist organizations, nonprofit groups, and public...
@CMSImpact was gratified to participate in the #CreativeChange17 @oppagenda social justice/media/arts retreat at Su https://t.co/Kafh8mLXfg
Wow, great ways to make visualization a narrative: https://t.co/6Q07IjZv6E
RT @IDAorg: Read @CatyBC & @paufder's article in Current about @CMSImpact's report on @ITVSIndies' funding in the past 10 yrs. https://t.co
What can and can't Australian creators do with OZ #fairdealing? Here's the expert DL: https://t.co/HbZcnMDzmC
RT @currentpubmedia: A new @CMSImpact study finds @ITVSIndies-funded films are more likely to be made by women, people of color. https://t.
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