At a glance
- Welcome to Raindance Lockdown Sessions
- Enjoy professional film education wherever you are
- An hour of relevant and practical advice from an industry professional
- Ask questions and get instant response
- Part 3 of the Legal Lockdown Sessions Series: book all 5 HERE
🎬 Session 3: In front of the camera – what needs sorting?
Miss this class? Available VOD in the Raindance members area
Sometimes it’s only when you get to the edit that you realise that there is someone or something on screen for which you may need permission – and you don’t have it. It’s always easier to confront such issues before com[letting principal photography. In this session you will learn how to go about making sure that what you film is what may ultimately be seen by your audience.
Topics covered include:
- Performers’ consents
- Background folk
- Locations – public/private
- Stuff on set
- Incidental inclusion
- Buildings in the background
What you will learn
Understanding the importance of key legal rights for filmmakers and the contracts by which they are bolted together and how to approach the job of protecting their legal interests in their work.
Each segment is one hour long and presented on Zoom software. You will need WiFi to join the class.
About the course
Part 3 of the Legal Lockdown Sessions Series: book all 5 HERE
Each lecture will focus on one of the important areas where legal issues need to be clearly understood by filmmakers.
Who Should Attend?
Those planning and/or engaging in the development and production of films, programmes and other audio-visual works – producers, financiers, directors, writers, composers – in fact anyone interested in the practical realities of filmmaking.
About Tony Morris
Tony Morris has more than 40 years’ experience as a lawyer working across the media, entertainment and technology industries. His main focus is clients operating in the film, television and music industries – not only in the UK but also in the USA, Europe and elsewhere.
Tony has been lecturing regularly since 1997, most recently and currently as the provider of the legal module for the Raindance course for Independent Film Producers, as a guest lecturer at the National Film and Television School and at the University of Portsmouth.
Tony has published dozens of articles and commentaries on a wide range of media and entertainment legal topics in the industry and national press and has appeared as a commentator on both radio and television. He is the author of ‘The Filmmakers’ Legal Guide’ now in its second edition.