In this workshop we endeavour to teach independent filmmakers the main principles of copyright law, equipping them with enough knowledge to confidently use archive footage.
While you can study copyright law for years, and make a rewarding career out of arguing the finer points in a court of law, we believe that in one session we can teach everything you really need to know, as a lay person, to avoid unnecessary expenses or getting sued.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- Principles of copyright law
- Creative commons
- What permissions you need to get and how to get them
- What you can use without paying
- Using online material
- How to identify copyright owners
- How to access archives
- Using music
- Licences, contracts and costs
- How to make money from your copyrights
ABOUT THE TUTOR
Mark Saunders is an award-winning independent filmmaker, media activist and writer. His expertise in the field spans over two decades.
He is currently running Spectacle Productions, a company which he founded in 1990. Clients have included Amnesty International, Channel 4, the Rowntree Foundation, the Howard League for Penal Reform, Council of Europe, Groundwork, the London Health Commission, and many others.
His films have been broadcast internationally and exhibited at galleries, including Tate Britain, the National Film Theatre, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Musee des Beaux-Arts, the National Media Museum and the Photographers Gallery.
Alongside production work, in 1990 he was a founding member of INURA (International Network for Urban Research and Action).
Mark has also been teaching for over 15 years, and has been a visiting lecturer at a number of institutions, including London School of Economics, the Royal College of Art, the London College of Communications, Bournemouth, Florence, and Coventry Universities. He is currently teaching at Birkbeck College.
Spectacle is a member of the Moving Image Training Alliance (MITA).
Sorry, we don't have anything scheduled at the moment, but if you're interested in taking this course please get in touch anyway - we may be able to schedule additional dates to meet demand.
If you are booking for a group we may be able to arrange additional dates, tailor the course to suit your needs and/or travel to your organisation/company within the EU to deliver training on site. Please contact us for a quote.
2.5 hours (usually from 19.00-21.30)
99 - 109 Lavender Hill
London SW11 5QL
£55/ £36 concessions
(concession rate for unemployed people and full-time students)
- Bookings for three to five people: 10% discount
- Bookings for six people or more: 20% discount
- receive a 15% discount if you book a place on our Digital Editing Workshops.
HOW TO BOOK
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