11 July 2013
Royal Astronomical Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BQ
An in-depth look at the challenges faced in the 21st Century.
1000 Sue Malden – FOCAL International Chair will welcome and introduce the day.
1015-1130 International Copyright Law
Hubert Best - FOCAL International Secretary and Legal Advisor/ENN will give an overview of international Copyright Law for the 21st Century, current legislation and best practice for all those involved in the production and use of content and moving images. This will be followed by a look at Post Hargreaves and how this will affect the use of footage and content in the future
1200-1330 Rights and 3rd Party Rights
Underlying Rights and 3rd Party Rights issues which go beyond copyright – it is about clearances for underlying rights i.e. stills, sports rights, format rights, music clearances (recording rights, publishing and Musician’s Union), artiste clearances, Equity fees etc.
Moderator: Sue Malden
Karen Ghai - Copyright/Rights Clearance Consultant
Jim Anderson on sport
Ivan Chandler on music
1345-1445 The significance of copyright on business decisions when making archive productions
Producer Richard Melman - Spring Films (moderator) will be talking about the issues and challenges which producers have.
To include Bill Locke – Lion Television, Louise Dillon who will discuss copyright from the producer’s perspective and Jane Robinson from the business side.
1445-1515 The Future - The HUB? – Copyright licensing HUB
James Lancaster – Chair Copyright Licensing Steering who will explain its purpose
1515-1530 Afternoon tea
1530-1630 Case study: Spirit of 45 and other productions
Jim Anderson Archive producer
1630-1645 Roundup of the day with FOCAL International Chair – Sue Malden
Don't forget to book for the FOCAL Summer Networking Party, which will take place from 7pm on 11th July on board HMS Belfast.
For more information and booking form click here