Co-sponsored by UFVA
The CASE Act, which was tucked into must-pass legislation at the end of 2020, creates a new venue for copyright disputes up to $30,000. It?ll be set up over the next year at the Copyright Office. What does this mean for filmmakers and other creators? What does this have to do with your fair use rights?your right to use unlicensed copyrighted material in reasonable amounts for new purposes? How does this affect your fair use decisions? Can you use this new venue to challenge someone who has unfairly exploited your work?
Join us (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/what-does-the-case-act-mean-for-filmmakers-and-fair-use-registration-136718413455) for a 90-minute discussion on Friday, February 5, 2021 from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Eastern, moderated by communications scholarPatricia Aufderheideof American University with legal expertsMeredith Rose(Public Knowledge),Dale Cohen(UCLA Documentary Film Law Clinic) andMichael Donaldson(Donaldson & Callif).
Register for the webinar at:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/what-does-the-case-act-mean-for-filmmakers-and-fair-use-registration-136718413455
University Film and Video Association?s Documentary Working Group
Center for Media & Social Impact
American University?s School of Communication
International Documentary Association