Expanding User Rights For Documentary Filmmakers
by NICK LEWIS
On Sep. 16, 2005, academics, representatives of legal clinics, documentary filmmakers, litigators, and leaders of non-profit entities met to discuss current activities to improve documentary filmmakers' ability to use copyright law. The event was co-hosted by the Washington College of Law's Program on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest and the Center for Social Media in the School of Communication, and funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and Grantmakers in Film and Electronic Media.
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