Is anyone familiar with the copyright issues regarding putting film posters,
lobby cards and press books on the web?  I've check the U. of Texas-Austin
website, but I'm wondering if anyone has actually undertaken this and can tell me
how the studios/distributors regard such enterprises and/or whether the Library
of Congress has a position (such as that reported regarding stills and frame
enlargements in articles by the committee chaired by Kristin Thompson some years

Thanks for your help.

Matthew Bernstein

Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the
University of Alabama: