Documentary filmmakers’ statement of best practices in fair use

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Documentary filmmakers’ statement of best practices in fair use

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Title: Documentary filmmakers’ statement of best practices in fair use
Author: Aufderheide, Patricia
Abstract: This Statement of Best Practices in Fair Use makes clear what documentary filmmakers currently regard as reasonable application of the copyright “fair use” doctrine. Fair use expresses the core value of free expression within copyright law. The statement clarifies this crucial legal doctrine, to help filmmakers use it with confidence. Fair use is shaped, in part, by the practice of the professional communities that employ it. The statement is informed both by experience and ethical principles. It also draws on analogy: documentary filmmakers should have the same kind of access to copyrighted materials that is enjoyed by cultural and historical critics who work in print media and by news broadcasters.
Description: 12-page statement including lists of legal advisory board members, authoring organizations, academic consutling organizations, and funders.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1961/4640
Date: 2005-11


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