Documentary filmmakers have expanded their ability to employ fair use with a code of best practices. For the code, curriculum materials, videos and more on documentary film and fair use,
How can we make collections containing orphan works available to the public? These guidelines, devloped with contributions from over 150 memory institution professionals, are a good place to start. To read more,
The visual arts communities of practice share a common problem in their confusion about the nature of copyright law and the availability of fair use. For the full report,
Professionals in several areas— library science, poetry, dance archiving, open courseware—have created codes of best practices to aid them in making the best decisions on fair use.
Browse our fair use videos on the Center's YouTube channel. Find playlists for videos on Documentary, Journalism, Libraries, Media Literacy, and Online Video.
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Interviewing the directors of the film "The Hand That Feeds" at CMSI's Human Rights Film Series 2014
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