‘In the Frame’ free film workshops in Alice Springs –
Are you or your organisation considering creating a recording of a performance, people, a story? Or maybe you are an emerging film or multimedia maker wanting to learn the legal basics? The Arts Law Centre of Australia is presenting two FREE film workshop in Alice Springs.
Creating a film is a collaborative effort. So, in order to market and distribute your film, be it online, the big screen or in film competitions, the legal rights of all those who contribute to your film need to be considered. This includes the work of the director, producer, composer, scriptwriters and the actors to name a few.
This workshop will explain what rights need to be considered and will help you understand how to clear those rights in order to establish a strong chain of title for your film.
The workshops are being held on Wednesday 11th June in Alice Springs. The first workshop runs from 9:00 am – 10:30 am and is for all filmmakers. The second workshop runs from 11:00am – 12:30pm and is for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander filmmakers and filmmakers that work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Seminar topics include:
• Copyright basics for filmmakers
• Moral Rights
• Performers’ Rights
• Chain of title – how to clear rights and obtain licences
• Case studies and Q&A
The second workshop will also cover – Ethical collaboration with Indigenous communities
RSVP’s are essential – book your spot by contacting Arts Law at [email protected] or 02 9356 2566
Wednesday 11 June 2014
- 9am – 12:30pm
- Screen Territory, The Old Courthouse Corner Hartley and Parsons Streets (entry via Parsons Street) Alice Springs NT 0870