Public performance rights are no longer necessary when screening any video or DVD in college classrooms during a course in session.
Showing Feature Films at SOCIAL EVENTS onsite(This does not apply to classroom screening).
The Michener Institute has licensed educational public performace rights to many major film studios represented in Canada and the United States. To view the list of studios and titles inclusive to the license, please visit Audio-Cine Films for more information.
The license requires faculty, staff and students to report each screening of a feature film (whole or part) to JRichardson@michener.ca or ext.3454.
Contact JRichardson@michener.ca or ext.3454 for assistance in obtaining public performance rights for uses not covered by the Michener's licensing agreement. Any fees charged for the license will be covered by the requestor (the average is $150 per showing).
Television and radio programming can be screened in classrooms at the time of broadcast. Purchased TV programming on DVD can also be screened in class for a course in session.
Recording live radio and television broadcasts to playback in face to face classrooms, can be done within certain restrictions: