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Introducing a very special #TuesdayTip for filmmakers wanting to use a song in their film: Every recording has two individual copyrights. In many cases, you’ll need to contact the both the copyright owner of the musical composition and the copyright owner of the specific recording you’re using. Copyright research tools If you want to find out who owns...
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Happy Film Friday everyone! In light of St. Patricks day, here’s a little article about a cult classic film Leprechaun. Fans of 90’s horror cult classic, Leprechaun, will be interested to know that the genius behind the franchise is green with anger over copyright-infringement over his new Vamprechaun project idea. A complaint was filed in California...
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What is there to say about Denzel Washington? The man has delivered time and time again, for decades now, but there is a hunch that he may be on the verge of delivering his best performance yet. The film, Fences, will be released nationwide on Christmas Day, and currently, from the looks of it is...
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Back in 2007, EMI Group had filed a copyright infringement lawsuit over the founder of website MP3tunes, Michael Robertson. Though both MP3tunes and EMI are now non-existent, courts have allowed for the lawsuit to continue. In a jury trial in 2014, the online music storage website was ordered to pay over $41 million in damages...
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One of this year’s biggest films, Deadpool, will be forced to replace one of the key components that contributed to its unprecedented success in the upcoming sequel.  Despite a budget of $58 million, Deadpool was still able to amass $782 million in box office sales worldwide. Although the plot wasn’t astounding according to most critics,...
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