Digital Copyright Forum

As technology creates new access to content, the battle lines are being drawn for the first major conflict of the digital filmmaking revolution. From the screener controversy to the downloading of films from the Web, this is a lively and dynamic subject. With lawsuits looming on the horizon, we gather filmmakers, attorneys, and distributors as we try to understand how the ever-evolving complex web surrounding copyright in the digital age is impacting the filmmaking world. How can filmmakers protect their work?


Amy Harmon
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