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I want to show a film on campus, but not in class. What steps do I need to take?
To show a film on campus but not to a particular class, you must have the public performance rights.
- Films in the library’s Kanopy database include public performance rights.
- Some documentary makers do grant permission to screen a film in public without a fee; google the film and check its web site.
- Otherwise, contact Swank (https://www.swank.com/college-campus/copyright/) for a public performance license.