Exploring copyright for clubs

5 people in film club watching screen
5 people in film club watching screen

Ages

All ages

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

Nation

England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

The resource pack is aimed at clubs and addresses a number of copyright issues that can affect filmmakers. It consists of three short PowerPoint presentations with information and quiz-style questions on photography, the public domain, parody and quotation. Each presentation provides extra support for leaders in the slide notes section and additional discussion points.

The film explores the intriguing world of copyright law through a mystery tale set in Sherlock Holmes' London. The serialised adventure puts intellectual property under the magnifying glass as our detective encounters the remarkable world of copyright law.

The Game is On! explores issues relating to creativity, the public domain, derivative work and
artists' revenues.

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Copyright for clubs - The Game is On! Parody

Copyright for clubs - The Game is On! Parody PPTX

Size: 15.12 MB

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Copyright for clubs - The Game is On! Public domain

Copyright for clubs - The Game is On! Public domain PPTX

Size: 25.24 MB

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Copyright for clubs: The Game is On! - photography

Copyright for clubs: The Game is On! - photography PPTX

Size: 89.62 MB

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Exploring copyright for clubs The Game is On!

Exploring copyright for clubs The Game is On! PDF

Size: 553 KB

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mp4

The Girl with the Blue Hair MP4

The Girl with the Blue Hair - The Game is On! MP4

Size: 119.36 MB

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