Answered By: Carrie Bishop
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2020     Views: 0

Yes!

In order to legally show a movie to a group at an event, you need to find videos in which the public performance rights have been purchased or included. 

The IUP Libraries has two video collections in which all or some of the videos include the public performance rights and can be shown to groups.

  1. All videos in Films on Demand have public performance rights included.
  2. Most videos in Academic Video Online have public performance rights included with the exception of videos produced by the following companies:
    • Ro*Co Films
    • Cat&Docs
    • Autlook Filmsales
    • First Hand Films
    • Cinephil
    • Go2Films

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