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I've been told that, as long as I use an original video  (as opposed to
some duplicate copy or a copy taped from television) in a classroom
situation, which is called "face-to-face instruction," and don't charge
money for the screening, it's OK. I hope that's good advice because that's
what all of us who use film in our courses are doing.

Sandy Camargo
Department of English
University of Missouri

>What are the legal and copyright issues involved in showing entire movies in a
>college film course, and how are film studies instructors dealing with these
>issues?
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>Peter D.G. Brown
>SUNY New Paltz
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>Online resources for film/TV studies may be found at ScreenSite
>http://www.tcf.ua.edu/ScreenSite

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