Short and informative videos addressing importing issues regarding copyright law and the free and open sharing of culture.
The Sita Distribution Project
The Sita Distribution Project is a public demonstration of how an artist can flourish — economically and artistically — by letting her works circulate for free. QCO’s artist-in-residence, Nina Paley, released her award-winning, feature-length animated film Sita Sings the Blues to the world under a totally free license in early 2009. That’s free as in “freedom”: anyone can make copies, anyone can sell copies, anyone can hold a screening (for profit or otherwise), anyone can make related merchandise, no one needs to ask permission for anything. Since this time, her life and career have flourished in ways she could never have imagined.
Experts from QuestionCopyright.Org are available to give public speaking engagements on issues surrounding copyright, free software, and free culture. Click here to learn about our speakers and how you can bring them to your next event!
The Creator-Endorsed Mark
The C-E Mark is a trademark we created to encourage cooperation between creative workers and selected distributors of their works.
Our copyright and open distribution experts at The Free Culture Consultancy are available to work with you to make your next project truly free and open. Our consultants are well-versed in the practicalities of non-exclusive & audience-based distribution, and have experience in book publishing, cinema, television, software, music, and art.
If there are any projects you’d like to help with, please let us know.
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I just dicovered this site, and i want to thank you so much for all those useful information about copyright and plagiarism. I needed some advices especially for the US law since i want to live in Los Angeles very soon.
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