The Black TV & Film Collective and The Filmmakers Legal partnered on a monthly series of Know Your Rights: Legal Empowerment for Filmmakers. Next up: an April 15th conversation on Music Licensing For Films.
Music is a necessary component in films. Whether it’s a well-known artist or your friend’s music produced in his basement, the proper licensing contracts are required. Get a better understanding of synchronization and master use agreements. Courtesy of the team from the Filmmakers Legal Clinic.
During this chat they will break down exactly what the necessary agreements and terms are, when they should be used, and how. Don’t miss this opportunity to work smarter not harder and meet the knowledgeable team from the Filmmakers Legal Clinic.
Hope to see you there
Previous conversations in the series happened in February and March! If you missed those, visit our Event Calendar for repeats.
The Filmmakers Legal Clinic (formerly the Indie Film Clinic) is a not-for-profit clinical program that provides free pro bono legal services to filmmakers producing narrative and documentary films and artists providing services in film.
About the Black TV & Film Collective
The Black TV & Film Collective is a 501c3 development and production hub with a simple mission: to create career advancing opportunities for Black and African Descent artists to achieve financial sustainability within the entertainment industry.
We provide critical production support enabling members to build a strong body of work, supplemented by workshops and labs focused on craft development and networking events to foster relationship building.
There is power in numbers and together there is unlimited potential in what we can achieve.